Dictionnaire Étymologique Roman (DÉRom)
Genèse, méthodes et résultats
[Etymological Dictionary of the Romance Languages: Genesis, Methods, and Results]
Ed. by Buchi, Éva / Schweickard, Wolfgang
DE GRUYTER MOUTON
Aims and Scope
The Dictionnaire Étymologique Roman (DÉRom)presents the first attempt at etymologizing the ancestral vocabulary of the Romance languages since the publication of Meyer-Lübke’s REW. Deviating from practices commonly accepted and applied in etymological research, the DÉRom adopts a method that has so far, due to the extensive documentation of written Latin, been dismissed as being little viable for Romance Studies: the comparative analysis of grammar, used to reconstruct proto-Romance lexemes. This volume contains some 250 articles, written and revised by 40 specialists in Romance linguisticsbased intwelve countries, as well as a detailed presentation of the theoretical groundwork of this project.
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