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There are also 255 deverbal coinages in -ant and 72 in -ive bringing the total of the OED attested 'source of action' ([d.
The latest is the General repeating the coinage ' Presstitute' for the media.
Bacharach's Islamic History through Coins: An Analysis and Catalogue of Tenth-Century Ikhshidid Coinage.
Coinages or neologism are identified as new terms created for new experiences, especially where the speaker of the language either experiences dearth of correct standard lexical item to express himself or uses a word or an expression to satisfy the communicative purpose of his immediate environment.
In the course of inventing such coinages, one encounters no scarcity of potential lexical building blocks; the trick is to find combinations that make some sort of semantic sense.
Tolkien's philological labors came full circle as later editions of the OED began to cite many of his own coinages, including mithril--"the first Elvish word to have entered the Oxford English Dictionary.
Hence, the suffix in question is considered productive once it appears in new coinages in the period under discussion.
Coinage of the Americas Conference (16th: 2006: American Numismatic Society) Ed.
Depending upon the succession with which one-root deverbal coinages are registered in the written sources, their paradigmatization trends can be revealed.
Bude's pride in his achievement was, one gathers, justified; this is the first attempt, often successful, to evaluate ancient coinage rationally and to correct the errors made by ancient authors, especially Pliny and Suetonius.
Roman coinage circulated in Britain as part of the Roman Empire, of course.
if anybody was detected in imitating gold or silver coinage, it was called a |spiritual' business because it touched his life; but if it were for copper money only, it was called 'temporal' because he was in no danger of the gallows for that.