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Hát, ha jól nézem mégsem olyan "elhanyagolt terület" a "színlingvisztika" :!: :!: :wink: :wink: :wink:

Nos, ehhez képest nagyságrendekkel szerényebb (volt) az én elképzelésem, de egy emberhez képest meg pár nagyságrenddel talán nagyobb. :(
De ezek szerint nemigen jutott el ez a dolog a magyar nyelvészeti érdeklődés centrumába, egyrészt nem láttam ilyen irodalmakat, és valószínűleg azért nem, mert a magyar nyelvészet még nem tart rá igényt. A téma kissé perifériás volta miatt sztem érthető is. (ergo: nemigen vállakoznak rá, hogy ilyen szakirodalmakat fordítsanak magyarra, vagy hozzanak be könyvtári anyagba ... persze lehet h még csak eddig én nem vettem észre őket)

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Hogy a vállalkozás méretét érzékeltessem, egy kis válogatás R. E. MacLaury 'Social and cognitive motivations of change: measuring variability in color semantics' (Language 67/1, 34-62.) c. írásának bibliográfiájából:

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, and PAUL KAY. 1969. Basic color terms: Their universality and evolution. Berkeley & Los Angeles: University of California Press.
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BOLTON, RALPH. 1978a. Black, white, and red all over: The riddle of color term salience. Ethnology 17.287-311.
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BOYNTON, ROBERT M. 1979 Human color vision. New York: Holt.
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ROBERT E. MACLAURY; and KEIJI UCHIKAWA. 1989. Centroids of color categories compared by two methods. Color Research and Application 14.6-15.
BURGESS, DONALD; WILLETT KEMPTON; and ROBERT E. MACLAURY. 1983. Tarahumara color modifiers: Category structure presaging evolutionary change. American Ethnologist 10.133-49.
CAIRO, JAMES E. 1977. The neurophysiological basis of color terms. Binghamton, NY: SUNY Dissertation.
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D'ANDRADE, R., and M. EGAN. 1974. The colors of emotion. American Ethnologist 1.4963.
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DOUGHERTY, JANET W. DIXON. 1975. A universalist analysis of variation and change in color semantics. Berkeley: University of California dissertation.
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PENNY BOYES-BRAEM. 1976. Basic objects in natural categories. Cognitive Psychology 8.382-439.
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Nyílvánvaló, éppen ez a gubanc!

valahogy át kéne nyálazni ... :? :? :? :!:

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Brain Storming wrote:
Hát, ezér kellene megírni egy saját változatot. :!: :wink: :wink: :wink:


Igen, de az előolvasás nélküli írás elég nagy pofáraesésekhez vezethet :)


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Hát, ezér kellene megírni egy saját változatot. :!: :wink: :wink: :wink:

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EUR 95.00 / USD 114.00 ..... Hát, azért jó lett volna belekukkantani! :? :? :?


Érdemes esetleg körülnézni, hogy nem jelent-e meg paperback-ben, ill. hogy egyes részei nem tölthetőek-e le külön. Sajnos a hardcoverek általában kifizethetetlenek :?


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EUR 95.00 / USD 114.00 ..... Hát, azért jó lett volna belekukkantani! :? :? :?

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http://www.benjamins.com/cgi-bin/t_bookview.cgi?bookid=Z%20PICS%202


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Eredmény!

Ezen az oldalon:
http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0769383.html
ez olvasható (meg a többi színről is):
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What Colors Mean
We live in a colorful world. In many countries, colors represent various holidays; they are also used to express feelings and enliven language. Find your favorite color and see what it means around the world.

Red
For the ancient Romans, a red flag was a signal for battle.

Because of its visibility, stop signs, stoplights, brake lights, and fire equipment are all painted red.

The ancient Egyptians considered themselves a red race and painted their bodies with red dye for emphasis.

In Russia, red means beautiful. The Bolsheviks used a red flag as their symbol when they overthrew the tsar in 1917. That is how red became the color of communism.

In India, red is the symbol for a soldier.

In South Africa, red is the color of mourning.

It's considered good luck to tie a red bow on a new car.

In China, red is the color of good luck and is used as a holiday and wedding color. Chinese babies are given their names at a red-egg ceremony.

Superstitious people think red frightens the devil.

A “red-letter day” is one of special importance and good fortune.

In Greece, eggs are dyed red for good luck at Easter time.

To “paint the town red” is to celebrate.

Red is the color most commonly found in national flags.

In the English War of the Roses, red was the color of the House of Lancaster, which defeated the House of York, symbolized by the color white.

The “Redshirts” were the soldiers of the Italian leader Garibaldi, who unified modern Italy in the nineteenth century.

To “see red” is to be angry.

A “red herring” is a distraction, something that takes attention away from the real issue.

A “red eye” is an overnight airplane flight.

If a business is “in the red,” it is losing money.


persze itt a jelentést adják meg (ez a szótárakban is szerepel), etimológia nincs, pedig az lenne az érdekes.

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prezzey wrote:
Eleanor Rosch, Paul Kay... :?:


Ők a hibásak mindenért, ők kezdték :D


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Eleanor Rosch, Paul Kay... :?:


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http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/colour.htm

angol szín név etimológia

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http://isodomos.com/ColorTree/Tree

ez is érdekes

Color Tree Translations - http://isodomos.com/ColorTree/Translation

ugyanott - de ezek még mindig csak szín nevek. :?

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Sajnos nemigen igazodtam el hirtelen rajta, de beírtam azt h: Colors in different languages, és kaptan egy iet:
http://toni.technetium.be/source/color. ... anguage=en

de ezen meg csak a színek elnevezései vannak.

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Köszi, nézem! :!:

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