|Author:||J.Y. Mather,H. H. Speitel|
|Title:||The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland: Scots Section Volume 2, with Indices for Volumes 1 and 2. (Vol 2)|
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|Publisher:||Routledge; First Edition edition (April 1, 1977)|
Fixed walls: Journals with no new volumes being added to the archive. Absorbed: Journals that are combined with another title. Complete: Journals that are no longer published or that have been combined with another title. The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland: Scots Section, Vol. 2 by J. Y. Mather, H. H. Speitel (pp. 224-228).
Document Type: Map, Book. All Authors, Contributors: J Y Mather; H H Speitel; George W Leslie; Linguistic Survey of Scotland. Find more information about: J Y Mather H H Speitel George W Leslie. ISBN: 0856648566464160X. Contents: v. 1. Scots section - . Scots Section, with indices for vols. Related Subjects:(5).
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The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland’, Scots Section Vols. 1, 2 and 3. Croom Helm, London 197519771986. Watson G. The Roxburghshire Word-Book, Cambridge 1923. Wettstein P. ‘The Phonology of a Berwickshire Dialect’, Schüler . Wilson Sir J. ‘Lowland Scots as Spoken in the Lower Strathearn District of Perthshire’, Oxford 1915. ‘The Dialect of Robert Burns as Spoken in Central Ayrshire’, Oxford 1923. ‘The Dialects of Central Scotland, Oxford 1926. Wölk W. ‘Phonetische Analyse der Sprache von Buchan’, Carl Winter Uni-Verlag, Heidelberg 1965. Zai R. ‘The Phonology of the Morebattle Dialect’, Räber & C. Lucerne 1942.
Volumes 1 and 2 offer a comprehensive selection of word-geographical material, offering the Scots equivalent of a selection of English words, presented on a county by county basis. Volume 1 also includes an introduction which covers: the concept of linguistic geography and historical development of linguistic reflection in Scotland in both the written and oral tradition. the new approach in Scottish phonetics and dialectology which began in the second half of the nineteenth century. the origins and approaches of the Linguistic Survey of Scotland
III of The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland (1986), James Y. Mather and H. Speitel (ed., London: Croom Helm. MED Middle English Dictionary (1952-2001), Hans Kurath et al. (ed., 12 vols. and Plan and Bibliography, Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press. OED The Oxford English Dictionary (1st edn. 1884-1928), J. A. Murray et al. (2nd edn. 1989), John Simpson and Edmund Weiner (ed., 20 vols. Oxford University Press. SND The Scottish National Dictionary (1931-75), William Grant et al., 10 vols. Now published Edinburgh: Polygon
Mather, J. & Speitel, H. (1975–1977). The linguistic atlas of Scotland. Introduction and 4 volumes in 12 parts. Leeds: E. J. Arnold & Son Ltd. for the University of Leeds. Orton, . Sanderson, . & Widdowson, J. (1978). The linguistic Atlas of England. Parry, D. (e. (1977–1980). The survey of Anglo-Welsh dialects. Swansea: privately published.
The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland. Scots Section: Volume. London, Sydney, and Dover: Croom Helm. Figure 1. Example from Mather and Speitel 1986:xviii showing ꭨ LATIN SMALL LETTER R WITH MIDDLE TILDE, ◌ᪿ COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER W BELOW, and ◌ᫀ COMBINING LATIN SMALL LETTER TURNED W BELOW. Also shown is a peculiar glyph for the voiceless uvular stop q. Page 2. Figure 2. Example from Mather and Speitel 1986:xviii showing ꭪ MODIFIER LETTER LEFT TACK and ꭫ MODIFIER LETTER RIGHT TACK.
J. Speitel, "The Linguistic Atlas of Scotland," in Scots section, Volume 1, vol. London: Croom Helm, 1975. R. C. Mathes and R. L. Miller, "Phase effects in monaural perception," Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 19, pp. 780-797, 1947. M. E. Mathiva, The Toneme Patterns of the Venda Noun, .
Mather, J. & . H Speitel. The linguistic atlas of Scotland: Scots section. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.