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LINGUIST List 17.365

Thu Feb 02 2006

FYI: Modified Ref: 17.308: Thesaurus Occitan Online

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        1.    Michèle Oliviéri, Modified Ref: 17.308: Thesaurus Occitan (THESOC) Online

Message 1: Modified Ref: 17.308: Thesaurus Occitan (THESOC) Online
Date: 01-Feb-2006
From: Michèle Oliviéri <olivieriunice.fr>
Subject: Modified Ref: 17.308: Thesaurus Occitan (THESOC) Online

The ''Thesaurus Occitan'' (THESOC) is a dialectological multimedia database
developed for several years at the CNRS research lab ''Bases, Corpus,
Langage'' (UMR 6039) at the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis (France),
and supervised by Prof. J.Ph. DALBERA. Its aim is to collect all existing
dialectological material regarding the Occitan language (spoken in the
South of France), such as those published in the ''Atlas linguistiques de
la France par régions'', but also results of unpublished fieldwork. The
data available constitute a large corpus that contributes to the picture of
diatopic variation in Romance (concerning the lexicon, phonetics, phonology
and morphology). For every word, it offers several layers of searchable
items: IPA transcriptions, lemma, etymons, sounds and localisation on
geographical maps. It is continually increasing and contains at the moment:
- 8345 questions
- 819 localities
- 803874 records
- 29058 lemma
- 3754 etymons
- 988 sounds
- 500 pictures

Part of this corpus (about 400 000 items for the moment) is now available at:

Multiple ways of searching the database are already implemented in the
THESOC; all of them are not yet available on-line; they will be
progressively added.

Linguistic Field(s): Genetic Classification; Lexicography; Morphology; Phonetics; Phonology; Text/Corpus Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Auvergnat (auv)
                            Gascon (gsc)
                            Limousin (lms)
                            Languedocien (lnc)

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