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E. the loans] reproduce the model of the originating system, and therefore the degree to which they show substitution (morphemic, phonetic, semantic) from the system of the recipient language (2003:74). Haugen’s taxonomy offers a good example in this direction, and is, therefore, adopted here (with slight modifications) for the description of the 5. Haugen refers to the absurdity of the metaphor involved because ‘the borrowing takes place without the lender’s consent or even awareness, and the borrower is under no obligation to repay the loan’ (1950:211).

After 1016 Wulfstan would have occupied himself with Polity and the codes issued by Cnut. 25 Regarding the extension from I Polity to II Polity, he admits that ‘all the clues are missing. The additions to the already existing part of Polity and the composition of the new one could 23. ‘When the great army came to the country’. 24. The order of composition of the three versions of Sermo Lupi is a highly debated topic. g. g. Hollis 1975; and Wilcox 1987:167–70 and 2004). This is not an important issue as far as the present work is concerned; for the sake of simplicity, they are attributed here the same order as in Bethurum’s (1957) edition and OEC.

E. terms which contain native and imported material, but which have not been created as part of the borrowing process. Rather, they bear testament to the ‘intimate fusion into the language of the borrowed material since it has become productive in the new language’ (Haugen 1950:221). 2). (3) Loanshifts show only morphemic substitution without importation. b) semantic loans, which have a native form but an imported meaning. The nature of the data and the aim of the present study also demand the use of a broader term which includes both loans and new-formations.

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