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|Statement||[by] J. S. Farmer & W. E. Henley.|
|Contributions||Henley, William Ernest, 1849-1903, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||PE3721 .F4 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 v. in 1.|
|LC Control Number||77109023|
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. This chapter examines Farmer and Henley's seven volume Slang and its Analogues, a historical dictionary intended to complement the Oxford English Dictionary in part by defining terms that that volume was not allowed to include.
The chapter concentrates particularly on their changing methodology as the dictionary progressed. Slang and Its Analogues Past and Present: A Dictionary, Historical and Comparative of the Heterodox Speech of All Classes of Society for More Than Three Hundred Years, Volume 1.
John Stephen Farmer. subscribers only, - English language. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. His lifetime work was Slang and its Analogues published in seven volumes (–) with William Ernest Henley. Farmer took interest in psychical research and spiritualism.
He was the first editor for the spiritualist journal Light. Fromhe also edited the Psychological Review, a spiritualist zdorovayaeda-online.toption: Lexicographer, spiritualist. Slang and Its Analogues by J. and W. Henley Farmer and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at zdorovayaeda-online.top Dictionary of slang & its analogues, past & present; a dictionary historical and comparative of the heterodox speech of all Slang and its analogues book of society for more than three hundred years with synonyms in English, French, German, Italian, etc.
Oct 23, · Watch the trailer for Beat Girl, repository of choice slang such as ‘straight from the fridge, dad’. Two years after it was published in the UK and the US, an American book appeared called The.
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The Book Merchant Jenkins 19 Dornoch Tce West End QLD Australia Ph: +61(07) [email protected] Grose's book was eventually superseded by John Camden Hotten's Slang Dictionary in In two multi-volumed slang dictionaries went on sale: A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon and Cant by Albert Barrere and Charles Leland, and Slang and its Analogues by John Farmer and W.
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Mar 14, · We’ve used the term “rat” to refer to an informer since approximately But Eric Partridge’s Dictionary of the Underworld, published first in with a second edition inshows. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Slang and its analogues past and present. A dictionary v Farmer, John Stephen, ?.
View full catalog record. Rights: Public. Slang and its Analogues is a classic of its kind, completed in seven volumes between andand has not been superseded. It was last reprinted in This study sheds light on its compilation through an examination of the correspondence of the two editors.
The letters illustrate the nature of the Farmer-Henley relationship, which appears to be quite formal, and the amount of work Pages: The term slang has itself meant different things in different historical periods and, given the difficulty its proponents have faced in defining it, has come to be grouped under more encompassing rubrics, such as “slang and its analogues.” 1 I use this phrase to introduce the generic phenomenon here, but my goal is to decompose its denotata into their semiotic partials and to outline the Cited by: 7.
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WITH SYNONYMS IN ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN, ETC. COMPILED AND EDITED BY JOHN S. FARMER and W. HENLEY. VOL. III.—Fla. to Hyps, PRINTED FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. mdcccxciii. Other articles where Slang and Its Analogues is discussed: dictionary: Specialized dictionaries: Henley in their Slang and Its Analogues, in seven volumes, –, with a revised first volume in For the 20th century the dictionaries of Eric Partridge are valuable.
Slang in the United States is so rich and varied that collectors have as yet only scratched the surface. Analogue definition is - something that is similar or comparable to something else either in general or in some specific detail: something that is analogous to something else.
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Jan 27, · The following slang, euphemisms, and terms are for the letter T, and primarily taken from Francis Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue publishe Richard Twiss wrote a travel book titled A Tour of Ireland in Slang and its Analogues Past and Present, ; Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window).
Jul 12, · Writes introduction for book Slang and Its Analogues, by J S Farmer and W E Henley Sometimes a slang term is only made clear by its origin. The “analogues” of the title are foreign Author: Anthony Burgess. Nov 30, · A Dictionary Of Slang And Colloquial English Slang And Its Analogues by John S Farmer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
What is the origin of the slang term “book” meaning “leave” or “hurry”. Ask Question Asked 8 years, and its surviving human tatters today, “to book” does not mean “to hurry”, but rather “to leave the premises abruptly”.
The slang book was notorious for creating fights, contention, and. slang, vernacular vocabulary not generally acceptable in formal usage. It is notable for its liveliness, humor, emphasis, brevity, novelty, and exaggeration. Most slang is faddish and ephemeral, but some words are retained for long periods and eventually become part.
And finally, J.S. Farmer & W.E. Henley, Slang and Its Analogues, volume 5 () identifies several variants of quim—queme, quimsy, quimbox, and quin—but cites only three examples: Halliwell's "old play" froma ballad from circa (see the next section below), and.
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Nov 22, · The following are slang, euphemisms, and terms for the letter M and are primarily taken from Francis Grose’s Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue published in MACCARONI (now spelled macaroni) was not only an Italian pasta made from flour and eggs but. Jun 03, · The bizarre origins of your favorite slang words but its usage then spread over to Britain, with a helping hand from the media.
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From the earliest exposés of underworld cant from writers such as John Awdelay and Thomas Harman in the sixteenth century, through Francis Grose’s pioneering Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (), J.
Farmer and W. Henley’s seven-volume Slang and its Analogues (), and Eric Partridge’s influential Dictionary of. A Dictionary of Slang and Colloquial English | This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. Sep 28, · cock-up (plural cock-ups) (mildly vulgar slang) A mistake.
(obsolete, Britain, printers' slang) A superior letter. A lower-case letter placed above the baseline and made smaller than ordinary script; traditionally used in abbreviations. Sep 28, · “upright man” in Albert Barrère and Charles G[odfrey] Leland, compilers and editors, A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant, volume II (L–Z), Edinburgh: The Ballantyne Press, –, page Farmer, John Stephen () Slang and Its Analogues, volume 7, page book: [adjective] cool.
From predictive software used in cell phone text messaging. " Book " and "cool" share the same key sequence. That's book! See more words with .This chapter examines three dictionaries combining English slang with other languages and slangs.
Baumann's Londinismen presents English slang to a German-speaking audience; Barrère's Argot and Slang presents French slang for an English-speaking audience, with English slang synonyms; Barrère and Leland's Dictionary of Slang, Jargon and Cant attempts to cover American and Australian slang .