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El nuevo diccionario de la RAE verá la luz en octubre

Es fruto de la colaboración de las 22 corporaciones integradas en la Asociación de Academias de la Lengua Española (Asale) Tras una “profunda revisión” contará con 195.439 acepciones, entre ellas cerca de 19.000 americanismos. La salida de la nueva edición del Diccionario de la Real Academia Española (RAE), la vigésimo tercera de su historia, se adelanta cinco […]

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Cómo ha evolucionado el diccionario de la RAE

En los talleres de Polinyà (Barcelona) se trabaja a todo gas para tener lista la 23ª edición del Diccionario de la Real Academia Española (DRAE), cuyo lanzamiento se adelanta cinco días y será finalmente el jueves 16 de octubre. Ver cursos de Lengua Española La última edición del diccionario se publicó en 2001, y desde […]

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Burial Record of William Shakespeare

Going digital: The Birth and Burial Records of William Shakespeare

In anticipation of the Bytes app —now appropriately named EYE Shakespeare’s— release I would like to share an extraordinary treasure featured in the app and held in the Trust’s archives: the baptismal and burial records of William Shakespeare.  Locked within our vaults, the parish register is truly one of the Trust’s most outstanding objects. This handwritten book records […]

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Il Sabatini-Coletti, Dizionario della Lingua italiana

L’unico dizionario che segue l’intero percorso che va dalla parola alla frase al testo. Un dizionario italiano che si consulta non solo per controllare l’esatta grafia e l’esatta pronuncia delle parole o per conoscere il significato di quelle ignote, ma altrettanto e anche più frequentemente per controllare l’esatta costruzione delle frasi e per guidare alla […]

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Guide to Welsh origins of place names in Britain

Introduction Place names are made up of elements – the words people used to describe a place or their response to their environment. Place names can consist of a single generic element, usually a noun (Bryn, Talwrn or Dinas), but most place names comprise more than one element with a linguistic relationship between the elements. […]

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A brief introduction to the Scots language

  Background Scots is the name for the language of lowland Scotland. It is a Germanic language, closely related to English. It developed from the northern Old English (or Old Northumbrian) that was introduced into south-east Scotland (south of the Forth) from the 7th century AD onwards, as the kingdom of Northumbria expanded northwards. It […]

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