SIL International Home

French/English Glossary of Linguistic Terms

Tip: use * as a wildcard.
Filter =

French word list

up

  suffixé (à)
  suffixe dérivationnel
  suffixe flexionnel
  suffixer
  suggérer
  suggestion
  sui-référence
suite
  suivant
  suivi (de)
  sujet1
  sujet2
  sujet apparent
  sujet explétif
  sujet nul

down

Tip: use * as a wildcard.

English

string

Fr    suite

nS

Related term(s): derivational history, sequence2, substring

Domain: Generative / Transformational Grammar

Source(s):

Cook 1969: 21-22 (also "string constituent", "string analysis")
COOK, Walter C. (1969) Introduction to Tagmemic Analysis. Washington: Georgetown University Press. (TA)


Crystal 2003: 437 (also "empty string = null string")
CRYSTAL, David. (2003) A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, 5th Ed Oxford: Blackwell.


Lyons 1971: 209
LYONS, John. (1971) Introduction to Theoretical Linguistics. Cambridge: University Press. 


Lyons 1977: 387
LYONS, John. (1977) Semantics. Vols. 1 & 2. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. (SM)


Mackay 1989: 226 (sequence)
MACKAY, Ian. (1989) Phonetics and Speech Science. A Bilingual Dictionary. Dictionnaire Bilingue de la Phonétique et des Sciences de la Parole. New York/Bern: Peter Lang. (PH)


Matthews 1997: 355
MATTHEWS, P.H. (1997) The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


Nash 1968: 230
NASH, Rose. (1968) Multilingual Lexicon of Linguistics and Philology: English, Russian, German, French. Coral Gables, FL: University of Miami Press. 


Palmatier 1972: 167
PALMATIER, Robert A. (1972) A Glossary for English Transformational Grammar. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. (GG)


Ruwet 1973[trans.]: 67
RUWET, Nicholas. (1973 [trans.]) An Introduction to Generative Grammar. Trans. by Norval S.H. Smith. Amsterdam : North-Holland Publishing Co. (GG)


Trask 1993: 261 (also "string set", "string equivalence")
TRASK, R. L. (1993) A Dictionary of Grammatical Terms in Linguistics. New York: Routledge.


Close

Sub-entries:


English word list

up

  stress-timed language
  stress-timed (rhythm)
  strict sub(-)categorization feature
  strict sub(-)categorization rule
  stricture
  stridency
  strident
string
  stroboscope
  stroke
  strong
  strong declension
  strong syllable
  strong verb
  structural

down

Tip: use * as a wildcard.