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DING 2015: “This is an unprinted wordlist that glosses 436 Yorkshire terms used in the anonymous A Yorkshire Dialogue between Will a Wally, and his Wife Pegg, & her Brother Roger, their Son Hobb, their Daughter Tib, their Neece Nan, & their Landlord ( accessible in ). This is the first transcription of this glossary, as well as the first which is available online.
The glossary is preceded by a few remarks on some of the most frequent dialect spellings used in the Dialogue, which are arranged into three groups: words with <a> for standard <o> (gane 'gone', hame 'home'), words with <ea> for standard <o> (beath 'both', twea 'two), words with <eau> for standard <oo>, <o>, <ou>, <u> (deaur 'door', meause 'mouse'), etc."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT THIS GLOSSARY SEE
Fox, Adam. 2000. Oral and Literate Culture in England 1500-1700. Oxford: University Press: 71.
Ruano-García, Javier. 2010. Early Modern Northern English Lexis: A Literary Corpus-Based Study. Bern: Peter Lang. 138-140.
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