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Structural semantics had no tools with which to adequately capture metonymy as, firstly, it was purely taxonomically oriented (cf. ), and, secondly, it confined itself to describing intra-linguistic signifiers, while encyclopedic knowledge clearly has a great bearing on metonymy. Roudet (1921) and subsequently Ullmann (1957: 231–234; 1964: 218–220) overcame the former limitation through an association psychology interpretation of metonymy in terms of a contiguity relation, as did Jakobson (1971) in his structuralism open to phenomenology (cf.
The process of conventionalization presented above corresponds to the development from pragmatically colored utterance-token meanings through utterance-type meanings to coded meanings in the semantics of the language system. A classic question, which arises in a usage-based understanding of meaning change, is that of the role of speaker vs. ). Meaning change and semantic shifts 29 So far, the focus in this section has been on innovative meaning change. ) can in many respects be thought of as its mirror image, as Figure 2 also shows (= Change 2).
Nerlich 1992; Blank 1997: 7–46; Geeraerts 2010: 1–46. 2 Definition of meaning change The term meaning change (or semantic change) is not only widely used in the English language, it also prevails in international terminology, although on closer inspection it proves to be an imprecise one. With respect to the the lexicon, we can also talk about a broader notion of lexical change. A complete picture of lexical change can only be obtained if the semasiological and onomasiological perspectives are combined, as the English example shown in Figure 1 demonstrates (cf.
101 Montunos (English and Spanish Edition) Book and 2 CDs by Rebeca Mauleon