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ADELE GOLDBERG
PROFESSOR EMERITUS
GEORG STIERNHIELM
MODERN LINGUISTICS
GARETH EVANS
WORDS
HEARING
DESIGN
PENNSYLVANIA
EXPLORER
STUDENT
COLLEAGUE
JAPAN
ACADEMIC
ORIGINATOR
SOLDIER
MUSICIAN
TRANSLATOR
DECEMBER
DECEMBER 31
JANUARY
CALIFORNIA
APRIL
THEOLOGIAN
BOTANIST
CRITIC
ACTIVIST
POET
NATIVE SPEAKERS
AMERICAN AUTHOR
PERSON
SOMEONE
SCHOLAR
HISTORIAN
MULTILINGUAL
UC BERKELEY
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE
PROFESSIONAL LINGUISTS
WHORF
ANGULO
ETHNOMUSICOLOGIST
JOHN GRINDER
FEBRUARY
WORD
MARK TURNER
PHILOLOGIST
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Linguist"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. A linguist is a scientist of linguistics, not somebody who can speak many languages.
  2. A linguist is also a person who studies linguistics. (Web site)
  3. A linguist is not a polyglot, who speaks a lot of different languages.
  4. The linguist, the antiquary, the observer of life and manners, the historian, the moralist, the theologian may all find themselves attracted to these pages. (Web site)
  5. As a linguist, an artist, a musician, Victor alike shone pre-eminent; but in music he was triumphant. (Web site)

Adele Goldberg

  1. Some versions of Construction Grammar, notably the one put forth by Adele Goldberg (linguist). (Web site)

Professor Emeritus

  1. Dr Michael Krauss is a linguist and professor emeritus at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, home of the Alaska Native Language Center.

Georg Stiernhielm

  1. An early linguist and author was Georg Stiernhielm, who is today almost universally labelled "Father of Swedish Poetry".

Modern Linguistics

  1. As a linguist, Tanya Reinhart was an original and prolific scholar who made a significant and lasting contribution to the field of modern linguistics. (Web site)

Gareth Evans

  1. Gareth Evans (philosopher), a philosopher and linguist.

Words

  1. An etymologist is a linguist who focuses primarily on the origins of words.

Hearing

  1. Reverend John Hinz, a Moravian missionary in Alaska, and an accomplished linguist, was astonished upon hearing of Uyaquk's invention.

Design

  1. Larry Wall was trained as a linguist, and the design of Perl is very much informed by linguistic principles.

Pennsylvania

  1. An archaeological anthropologist and linguist, John Alden Mason spent the majority of his career at the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania.
  2. Mark Liberman, a linguist at the University of Pennsylvania, was unimpressed with Payack's criticism of the sentence length.

Explorer

  1. Explorer, linguist, and ethnologist; a descriptive bibliography of the published works of Alphonse Louis Pinart, with notes on his life. (Web site)

Student

  1. For its first clue, I want introduce a description of Toshihiko Izutsu, a student of Oriental thoughts and a linguist (14).

Colleague

  1. This controversial hypothesis is named after the linguist and anthropologist Edward Sapir and his colleague and student Benjamin Whorf.

Japan

  1. Prof. Sueyoshi Toba, a linguist from Japan worked together with Reinhard, analyzed the record in a standard linguistic framework. (Web site)

Academic

  1. David Crystal, OBE (born 1941 in Lisburn, Northern Ireland, UK) is a linguist, academic and author.
  2. Lee Cataldi is an award-winning poet, academic and linguist.

Originator

  1. Kenneth L. Pike (1912 - 2000) - Linguist and anthropologist, the originator of the theory of tagmemics.

Soldier

  1. Sir Richard Francis Burton (1821-1890) was an English explorer, linguist, author, and soldier. (Web site)

Musician

  1. Edward Albert (1951-2006) was an actor, musician, singer, and linguist. (Web site)
  2. Suzette Haden Elgin -- science fiction writer, artist, and musician; linguist; grandmother of ten -- was born in Missouri in 1936. (Web site)
  3. A musician and linguist, he had spent years in Italy and Slovenia, which gave him first-hand knowledge of the natural wine movement he described last night.

Translator

  1. Featuring an interview with Robert Bringhurst, world-renowned poet, linguist, translator, cultural historian, book designer, and typographer.

December

  1. Paul Kempeneers (born in Tienen on December 9, 1935) is a Belgian philologist and linguist. (Web site)

December 31

  1. Nicolas Ruwet (December 31, 1932 - November 15, 2001) was a linguist, literary critic and musical analyst.

January

  1. Michael Everson (born January 9, 1963) is a linguist, script encoder, typesetter, and font designer.

California

  1. Language Log was started on July 28, 2003 by Liberman and Geoffrey Pullum, another linguist then at the University of California, Santa Cruz. (Web site)

April

  1. Linguist and frequent U.S. foreign policy critic Noam Chomsky will discuss human rights in a lecture at the University of Iowa on Monday, April 10, at 7 p.m. (Web site)

Theologian

  1. Jacques de Billy (Billi) de Prunay was a French patristic scholar, theologian, jurist, linguist, and Benedictine abbot (1535 — December 25, 1581).
  2. Jonathan Edwards the younger was a theologian and linguist who became president of Union College.

Botanist

  1. Edward Lhuyd (sometimes rewritten as Llwyd in recent times) (1660 – June 30, 1709) was a Welsh naturalist, botanist, linguist, geographer and antiquary. (Web site)
  2. Joseph Rock (1884–1962) was an Austrian-American explorer, geographer, linguist and botanist.

Critic

  1. Fran Levstik, Slovenian poet, playwright, critic and linguist. (Web site)

Activist

  1. The Israeli professor, linguist, author, activist died Saturday of a stroke at the age of sixty-three. (Web site)

Poet

  1. He was also a librettist, poet, playwright, screenwriter, essayist, travel writer, broadcaster, translator, linguist and educationalist. (Web site)
  2. Robert Bringhurst is a philosopher, poet, linguist, and typographer living in British Columbia.
  3. Robert Bringhurst, recipient of the 2005 Lieutenant Governor's Award for Literary Excellence, is a poet, prose writer, typographer and linguist.

Native Speakers

  1. Descriptive linguistics begins with what a linguist hears native speakers say. (Web site)
  2. The conflict between the linguist and the native speakers of Hewrami is by no means unique to the Kurdish case.

American Author

  1. Peter Farb (1929–1980) was an American author, anthropologist, linguist, ecologist, naturalist, and spokesman for conservation.

Person

  1. A linguist in the academic sense is a person who studies linguistics.
  2. A linguist can be several things, but in any sense a linguist is a person who is skilled in some way with a given language, including ancient languages.
  3. A linguist may be a person trained in linguistics or a person proficient in several languages.

Someone

  1. A linguist can be both someone who studies the nature of language (i.e. (Web site)

Scholar

  1. I should be clear up front: I'm not a linguist, nor a scholar of the history of the language.
  2. Born in Barbados in 1959, Bickerton is the son of Derek Bickerton, a linguist and scholar of Creole and pidgin languages.
  3. Hermann Grassmann Hermann Günther Grassmann (1809 - 1877), was a mathematician, physicist, linguist, scholar, and neohumanist. (Web site)

Historian

  1. Philosopher, historian, composer, musicologist, linguist, ethnographer, and geographer. (Web site)
  2. He was also a poet, linguist, historian, and ethnologist.

Multilingual

  1. A linguist, then, here refers to a linguistics expert who seeks to answer such questions, rather than someone who is multilingual. (Web site)

Uc Berkeley

  1. Geoffrey Nunberg, a linguist at UC Berkeley, sent some examples in Italian (along with a caution from an Italian linguist who calls the usage illogical).

Massachusetts Institute

  1. The universal grammar model is most often associated with Noam Chomsky, a linguist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Professional Linguists

  1. One might think, given David Crystal's renown as a linguist, that professional linguists might have made a strong showing here. (Web site)

Whorf

  1. Interestingly, Whorf was not a linguist by trade, but a fire insurance inspector. (Web site)

Angulo

  1. Another example is Jaime de Angulo, a linguist who ended up learning much about the music of the Indians of Northern California (see [1]). (Web site)

Ethnomusicologist

  1. Jaime de Angulo (1887 – 1950) was a linguist, novelist, and ethnomusicologist in the western United States. (Web site)
  2. Roger Blench is a linguist, ethnomusicologist and development anthropologist.
  3. Brozman is also a linguist, anthropologist, and ethnomusicologist.

John Grinder

  1. The co-founders of NLP were Richard Bandler (mathematician) and John Grinder (linguist).

February

  1. Gerald Gazdar (born February 24, 1950) is a linguist and computer scientist. (Web site)

Word

  1. Despite the fact that the word and written word are often intertwined, a linguist focused more on words than the written word. (Web site)
  2. The computer's ability to retrieve all examples of this word, usually in context, is a further aid to the linguist.

Mark Turner

  1. Mark Turner (born 1954[ citation needed]) is a cognitive scientist, linguist, and author.

Philologist

  1. A philologist is a type of linguist, though the exact meaning of the term has changed over the years.

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