Corpus-driven Bantu Lexicography Part 2: Lemmatisation and Rulers for Lusoga

Gilles-Maurice de Schryver, Minah Nabirye

Abstract


This article is the second in a trilogy that deals with corpus-driven Bantu lexicography, which is illustrated for Lusoga. The focus here is on the macrostructure and in particular on the building of a lemmatised frequency list directly within a dictionary-writing system. The programming code for the parts of the lemmatisation that may be automated is included as addenda. A second focus is on the embedded part-of-speech and alphabetical rulers, for which it is shown how these may be used to plan the actual compilation of the dictionary entries.

Keywords


Bantu; Lusoga; corpus lexicography; lemmatisation; lemmatised frequency list; part-of-speech ruler; alphabetical ruler; multidimensional lexicographic ruler; dictionary planning; dictionary-writing system; TLex; TshwaneLex

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5788/28-1-1458

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