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Relaciones Semánticas Entre Las Palabras: Hiponimia, Sinonimia, Polisemia, Homonimia Y Antonimia. Los Cambios De Sentido

  • Noelia Campoy Garrido
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    En primer lugar, este artículo establece una definición de la Semántica y una breve reseña sobre el origen de esta ciencia lingüística, para dar paso después a la explicación del triángulo semántico en la que se ofrecen distintas opiniones de diversos autores. En segundo lugar, hace un estudio sobre las relaciones semánticas que se pueden establecer entre las palabras. De esta forma encontramos la explicación acerca de cómo operan los fenómenos de hiponimia, sinonimia, polisemia, homonimia y antonimia. En tercer y último lugar, establece la diversidad de cambios semánticos que suceden en una lengua a lo largo del tiempo. Así, se distinguen los cambios externos a la lengua y los cambios de innovación lingüística, para, en último lugar, establecer las diferentes causas de estos cambios.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Contribuciones a las Ciencias Sociales.

    Volume (Year): (2010)
    Issue (Month): 2010-05 (May)

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    Handle: RePEc:erv:coccss:y:2010:i:2010-05:46
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