Everita AndronovaInstitute of Mathematics and Computer Science University of Latvia · Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
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Studies in the history of the Latvian language. Development and modernization of the Corpus of Early written Latvian (16th-18th cc.). Electronic lexicography. Writing headwords and adding grammatical information and all the word-forms of the headword in the Historical dictionary of Latvian (16th-17th cc.). Teaching Latvian as a foreign language.
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The history of written Latvian dates back to the late 16th century, when both Protestantism and Catholicism reigned. Although the first physically available book in Latvian - Catechismvs Catholicorum - was published not in Latvia, but in Vilnius, the capital of neighbouring Catholic Lithuanian, in 1585, texts in Latvian and copies thereof were dist...
The Electronic Historical Latvian Dictionary Based on the Corpus of Early Written Latvian Texts This article deals with the development of the Electronic Historical Latvian Dictionary (http://www.tezaurs.lv/lvvv) based on the Corpus of Early Written Latvian Texts (http://www.korpuss.lv/senie/). Some issues concerning the compilation and processi...
The paper introduces the Corpus of early written Latvian 'SENIE' (16 th-18 th cc.). This corpus provides access to texts which are scattered across different libraries and archives and which therefore have not been much investigated. The corpus is an important resource for linguists (whom is the main user community at the moment), but it can also p...
This paper deals with the Corpus of early written Latvian and explains the methodology for normalising historical spellings found in texts from the 16 th-18 th cc. It describes the types of replacements which will make searching early texts more convenient.
The aim of the article is to describe in brief previous experiences with preparing early written Latvian texts for publication in recent times; we review the first attempts carried out by a working group dealing with the modernization of the Corpus of early written Latvian, examine the process and results of the conversion of early texts into moder...
The spelling of the early written sources forms a major obstacle for modern users to explore them. The Corpus of early written Latvian (www.korpuss.lv/senie) developed in 2002 covers 74 sources from the 16th–18th cc. One of the steps towards modernising the corpus is the development of a mechanism that can handle searches in modern spelling. The co...
'Georg Dreszell (1654–1698) and His Catechism 'Swähta Bährno=Mahziba' (1682) in Light of the Language of Georg Mancelius' In the history of the Latvian language Georg Dreszell (1654–1698) is known for his grammar of 1685 “Gantz kurtze Anleitung zur Lettischen Sprache” and the anonymous four-language dictionary ‘Vocabularium Wie Etzliche gebräuchlic...
Presentation deals with the history of Georg Dreszell's (1654–1698) catehism “Swähta Bährno=Mahziba'' (1682) and its source “Christliche Catechismus-Übung” (sometimes called “Katechismus zum Gebrauch der Rigischen Schulen”) (1681) by Johannes Brever (1616–1700).
Elektroniskā bibliogrāfija aptver no pētniecības pirmsākumiem 19. gadsimtā līdz 2019. gadam tapušos valodnieciskos pētījumus par latviešu valodas 16.–18. gadsimta tekstiem. Tajā apkopoti dažāda ap- joma pētījumi, sākot no zinātnisko konferenču tēzēm un beidzot ar vairāku sējumu izdevumiem.
The paper deals with the Latgalian written language used by a part of Latvians living mostly in the eastern Latvia. There is an initiative to start compiling a Latvian National Corpus, which is supposed to be a long-term activity to cover all printed Latvian texts and a wide scope of the speech. Since there are two standardised varieties of Latvian...
‘The Morphological Versions of Substantives in the Fragment of G. Mancelius’ Sermon Book Lettische Postill’ (1654)’ deals with the introduction to the language peculiarities of one of the most important authors of the 17" century — G.Mancelius. Some trends of Dat. Pl. ending’s development are mentioned. The fact that the modern ending -m was domina...
Modernization of the Corpus of Early written Latvian
The aim of the project is to develop an interactive corpus-based historical dictionary linked to The corpus of early written Latvian texts.