Definition: study of language or words
Definition: study of language or words
Sentences Containing 'philology'
She graduated from the Faculty of Philology at Tbilisi State University in 1946, and published her first poems the same year.
After finishing Galatasaray High School, he studied French philology at İstanbul University graduating in 1948.
She is a full professor at the Faculty of Philology, the University of Belgrade, Serbia.
The Centre employs experts on psychiatry, psychology, pediatrics, sociology, social anthropology, education, social work, sexology, criminology and philology.
Richard Poole wrote on "Language", "Mind", "Philology" and "Philosophy".
He wrote with ease and elegance in Dutch, English and German, and had a breath-taking range of interests from the ancient literature of Indonesia and India to comparative religion and philology.
In the late 1990s, the cottage was under the care of a graduate student in philology who lived in the basement.
He graduated from the Philology Department of the University of Lwów, where he received his doctorate in 1911 and his habilitation in 1932.
In pure philology, Skeat's principal achievement is his "Etymological English Dictionary" (4 parts, 1879–1882; rev., and enlarged, 1910).
He devoted himself to the university in Göttingen to the study of classical philology and later moved into the educational seminar.
In 1946 he received an honorary doctorate from the Faculty of Theology and was also appointed to an additional position as Professor of Nordic Philology.
He studied medicine and classical philology in Budapest and Vienna, but soon turned to writing, and as of 1865 he was an active journalist and author.
He has a Ph.D in Classical Philology and he is a teacher of Latin at the University of Oviedo, where he served as vice dean of the Faculty of Philology from 1996 to 2008.
He read Law and Philology and worked as a lawyer from 1972 to 1978.
Nedyalko Yordanov () (born 18 January 1940) is a famous Bulgarian poet, playwright, and publicist. He graduated from highschool in his hometown Burgas on the Black sea coast.In 1962 he graduated with a degree in bulgarian philology from the "St.
Otpor's first significant gathering took place on Saturday, 14 November at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Electrical Engineering – over a thousand students marched across town to the Faculty of Philology where a number of students were under lockdown inside the building as the authorities wanted to prevent them from joining the protest. Otpor!
In 1941, he received a bachelor's degree in comparative philology magna cum laude, specializing in German, from Harvard and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
He was invited to join the University of Minnesota as an Assistant Professor of English Philology.
He was Professor of English and Comparative Philology from 1898 to 1931.
In 1876 he became a lecturer at the University of Göttingen. He was a professor at the University of Marburg from 1877 to 1881, after which he became Professor of Classical Philology at the University of Breslau.
Bühler was born to Rev. Johann G. Bühler in Borstel, Hanover, attended high school in Hanover where he mastered Greek and Latin, then university as a student of theology and philosophy at Göttingen, where he studied classical philology, Sanskrit, Zend, Persian, Armenian, and Arabic.
In 1879 he became instructor in biblical philology at the Union Theological Seminary, in 1881 an associate professor of the same subject, and in 1890 Davenport Professor of Hebrew and the cognate Languages.
His very innovative work covers virtually all the fields of Indo-Iranian and Indo-Aryan philology, linguistics, mythology and theater, as well as Indo-European, Dravidian, Munda and Pan-Indian linguistics[http://www.ejvs.laurasianacademy.com/ejvs1101/ejvs1101Kuiper.pdf]".
Wennerberg was the son of the vicar of the town of Lidköping in Västergötland, went to "gymnasium" in the cathedral town of Skara, and matriculated as a student at Uppsala University in 1837, where he studied natural sciences, Classical philology, Philosophy and Aesthetics.
In 1968-1973 he studied literature and linguistics in the faculty of Philology at Baku State University,and in 1977 obtained a PhD in the Department of Turkic languages of the Institute of Linguistics at Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Moscow.
He held a licentiate in Indology from the University of Louvain, a licentiate in philosophy, a licentiate in theology, and was the first Jesuit to obtain an MA in Bengali philology from Calcutta University.
She graduated from the Natural Sciences High School (now the Onisifor Ghibu High School), and studied Philology at the UBB's Romanian-Spanish Department (graduating in 1985).
He also studied Germanic philology at the University of Ghent, where he came into contact with French symbolism.
The word "foreword" was first used around the mid-17th century (originally used as a term in philology).
Cross, Tom P. “The Celtic Elements in the Lays of ‘Lanval’ and ‘Graelent’.” Modern Philology.
Among the first were the "Laws" of philology, which attempted to map the change over time of sounds in a language.
He studied modern languages in Bonn, Paris, Rome, and Oxford, collaborated on the revision of Bosworth's "Anglo-Saxon Dictionary", and was professor of English philology at Königsberg from 1872 until 1877, when he received a like position in Vienna.
In addition to his work with Bosworth, he acted as editor of the "Wiener Beiträge zur englischen Philologie" (Vienna contributions to English philology; 1895–1900).
Philologist. Latham studied philology for a year on the continent, near Hamburg, then in Copenhagen with Rasmus Christian Rask, and finally in Christiania (now Oslo).
Ethnologist. Latham was more interested, however, in ethnology and philology.
Latham was a follower of James Cowles Prichard, and like Prichard took ethnology to be, in the main, the part of historical philology that traced the origin of races through the genealogical relationships of languages.
The controversy over Latham's views on Indo-European languages following his "Comparative Philology" (1862) did permanent damage to his scholarly reputation.
Dr. Robert Allen Fowkes (April 7, 1913 – November 18, 1998) was a noted American linguist, specializing in Indo-European Historical Linguistics and philology.
Karpa finished her school with a gold medal and has two higher education diplomas: Lviv Medical University (former medical campus of Lviv University) and the English Philology of Lviv Polytechnic.
In 1932 Janczarski began studies at the Lviv University, two years later he moved to the Warsaw University, where he studied Polish Philology.
Born 1970 in Vienna, Choje Lama Palmo graduated with Vienna Business School, studied German Philology and Romance languages at University of Vienna and received a Master of the Arts degree in German Medievalism.
After her death, a symposium was held in her honor by the Modern Philology Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences, and in May 2002 a Schlauch Symposium was held at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.
Thus at the beginning of academic year UAV has 9 departments, 38 specialties license, 19 master's programs, field IOSUD (Institution organizing PhD studies) in Philology, and 12 departments.
His research interests include the political and cultural history of China and Mongolia in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, East-West political and cultural contacts, and Sino-Mongolian philology generally.
Olwig has characterized the subject of his master's degree as "Scandinavian philology," and philological inquiry has remained a staple of his writing.
Muḥsin Mahdī () (June 21, 1926–July 9, 2007) was an Iraqi-American islamologist and arabist. He was a leading authority on Arabian history, philology, and philosophy.
Grounded in the methods of critical editions of manuscripts developed by European scholars for the ancient and medieval texts, he tried to establish the same standards in the fields of Arabic philology and philosophy.
In 1839 Stickel transferred to the Faculty of Philosophy as regular honorary professor (ordentlicher Honorarprofessor), which allowed him to pursue his studies in Oriental philology, especially for the Semitic languages.
Stickel is still known for his pioneering studies on Islamic numismatics, while he is almost forgotten for his contributions on Semitic philology and theology.
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More Vocab Wordsmangle - tear or cut to pieces; mutilate or disfigure; Ex. badly mangled bodies
resonant - (of a sound) echoing; resounding(sounding loudly); deep and full in sound; producing resonance; Ex. resonant voice; N. resonance
hermetic - sealed by fusion so as to be airtight; airtight
caliber - ability; quality; diameter of the inside of a round cylinder; Ex. work of very high caliber
saccharine - cloying sweet; characteristic of sugar or saccharin
malaise - uneasiness; vague feeling of ill health (without any particular pain or appearance of disease)
unimpeachable - that cannot be impeached; beyond doubt or question; blameless and exemplary
cavalcade - procession of riders or horse-drawn carriages; parade; CF. cavalry
nihilist - one who considers traditional beliefs to be groundless and existence meaningless; absolute skeptic; revolutionary terrorist; CF. nihilism: belief that nothing has meaning or value; belief that destruction of existing political or social institutions is necessary for future improvement
insipid - lacking in flavor; lacking interest; dull; Ex. insipid food/character