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Lexikos is the official journal of the African Association for Lexicography (AFRILEX). The aim of Lexikos is to create a vehicle for national and international discussion of lexicography, and in particular to serve lexicography in Africa with its rich variety of languages; – to stimulate discourse between lexicographers as well as between lexicographers and linguists; – to establish and promote contact with local and foreign lexicographic projects; – to focus general attention on the interdisciplinary nature of lexicography, which also involves fields such as linguistics, general linguistics, lexicology, computer science, management, etc.; – to further and coordinate cooperation in all fields of lexicography; and – to promote the aims of the African Association for Lexicography (AFRILEX). Impact Factor: Lexikos is ISI-rated by Thompson Reuters on their various indexes, namely Arts and Humanities Citation Index®, Current Contents®/Arts & Humanities, Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences, Journal Citation Reports/Social Sciences Edition, Social Sciences Citation Index®, and Social Scisearch® The Impact Factor of Lexikos in the Linguistics category with their latest rankings was 0.667. Lexikos is furthermore indexed on Scopus, Linguistic Bibliography Online, Linguistics Abstracts Online, Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts, MLA International Bibliography & R.R.K. Hartmann's Bibliography of Lexicography.

Other websites related to this journal: http://lexikos.journals.ac.za


Vol 27 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Interpretive Function: To Be or Not to Be, That is the Question EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Heidi Agerbo 1-15
Prolingua se bydrae tot terminologieontwikkeling in Afrikaans EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mariëtta Alberts 16-49
Guessing Verb–Adverb Collocations: Arab EFL Learners' Use of Electronic Dictionaries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Safi Eldeen Alzi'abi 50-77
A usability evaluation of the prototype Afrikaanse idiome-woordeboek EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Liezl H. Ball, Theo J.D. Bothma 78-106
Polyseme selection, lemma selection and article selection EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Henning Bergenholtz, Rufus H. Gouws 107-131
Dictionary tradition vs. Pictorial corpora: Which vocabulary thematic fields should be illustrated? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Monika Biesaga 132-151
A computational approach to Zulu verb morphology within the context of lexical semantics EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sonja E. Bosch, Laurette Pretorius 152-182
The effectiveness of using a bilingualized dictionary for determining noun countability and article selection EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Alice Yin Wa Chan 183-213
Deutsches Wortgut in rumänischen Pflanzennamen. Ein Bericht aus der rumänischen Wörterbuchpraxis EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Radu Drăgulescu 214-236
Visualisation of collocational preferences for near-synonym discrimination EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mariusz Piotr Kamiński 237-251
Intellectualization through Terminology Development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Langa Khumalo 252-264
"Minimum input, maximum output, indeed!" Teaching Collocations through Collocation Dictionary Skills Development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sugene Kim 265-286
Multimodal exemplification: The expansion of meaning in electronic dictionaries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Xiqin Liu 287-309
Koalas, Kiwis and Kangaroos: The challenges of creating an Online Australian Cultural Dictionary for learners of English as an additional language EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Julia Miller, Deny A. Kwary, Ardian W. Setiawan 310-345
The dictionary in examinations at a South African University: A linguistic or a pedagogic intervention? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dion Nkomo 346-377
Planning a dictionary for mother tongue education: A conceptual framework for Gabonese languages EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Blanche Nyangone Assam 378-402
Direct user guidance in e-dictionaries for text production and text reception — The verbal relative in Sepedi as a case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. Prinsloo, Theo J.D. Bothma, Ulrich Heid, Daniel J. Prinsloo 403-426
Afrikataalleksikografie: Gister, vandag en môre EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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D.J. Prinsloo, Elsabé Taljard 427-456
Überlegungen zu einem neuen zweisprachigen phraseologischen Wörterbuch Deutsch–Rumänisch EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Doris Sava 457-477
Lost and found: The value of a little known bilingual dictionary towards the intellectualization of Ndau EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel Sithole, Dion Nkomo 478-493
L2 writing assistants and context-aware dictionaries: New challenges to lexicography EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sven Tarp, Kasper Fisker, Peter Sepstrup 494-521
Approaches to the treatment of zero equivalence in a bilingual dictionary EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marjeta Vrbinc, Alenka Vrbinc 522-539
Colors in French, American and British dictionaries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Krista Williams 540-560
Revisiting lemma lists in Swahili dictionaries EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Beata Wójtowicz 561-577
Representing the cultural dimension of meaning in learner's dictionaries — from the perspective of Chinese EFL learners in L2 reception EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mei Xue 578-596
Etymology in the Polish Academy of Sciences Great Dictionary of Polish EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Przemysław Dębowiak, Bogumił Ostrowski, Jadwiga Waniakowa 597-608
Reviews EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Philip Durkin 609-613
Review: Die Taalkommissie van die Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Weten-skap en Kuns EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marius Swart 614-619


ISSN: 2224-0039
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