Language contact and lexical enrichment in Israeli Hebrew


    • Zuckermann, Ghilʿad


Language contact and lexical enrichment in Israeli Hebrew

Ghilʿad Zuckermann

(Palgrave studies in language history and language change)

Palgrave Macmillan, c2003

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 266-286) and index



Israeli Hebrew is a spoken language, 'reinvented' over the last century. It has responded to the new social and technological demands of globalization with a vigorously developing multisourced lexicon, enriched by foreign language contact. In this detailed and rigorous study, the author provides a principled classification of neologisms, their semantic fields and the roles of source languages, along with a sociolinguistic study of the attitudes of 'purists' and ordinary native speakers in the tension between linguistic creativity and the preservation of a distinct language identity.


Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction New Perspectives on Lexical Enrichment The Case of Israeli: Multisourced Neologization (MSN) as an Ideal Technique for Lexical Enrichment Addition of Sememe Versus Introduction of Lexeme MSN in Various Terminological Areas Sociolinguistic Analysis: Attitudes Towards MSN in 'Reinvented Languages' The Source Languages Statistical Analysis Conclusions and Theoretical Implications Appendix: Transcription, Transliteration and Translation References Index

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