The Application of the Old Writings’ Morphology Database to Semantics Research: Verb Semantics
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Dalia Jakulytė
Klaipėdos universitetas
Dalia Pakalniškienė
Klaipėdos universitetas
Published 2018-12-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/Proceedings.2018.15
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JakulytėD. and PakalniškienėD. (2018) “The Application of the Old Writings’ Morphology Database to Semantics Research: Verb Semantics”, Vilnius University Open Series, 0(1), pp. 373-388. doi: 10.15388/Proceedings.2018.15.

Abstract

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The Old Writings’ Morphology Database, created by Dalia Jakulytė, is adopted for semantics research by adding a semantics module. This module is created as a table of semantic features of every word form (the main entity of the database). The places for such semantic features are reserved: Meaning, Meaning Explanation, Section / Class / Type / Group, Semantic Field and Semantic Group. To verify the semantics module, the semantics of the infixed and sta stem verbs from Knyga nobažnystės (1653) was analysed on a DB basis. The semantic functions of the verbs were established.

 

 

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