Transactions of the Philological Society

Papers
(The TQCC of Transactions of the Philological Society is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
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How Contact with French Drove Patient‐Lability in English6
Routes Towards The Irrealis4
The (Non‐)Existence of the Middle Voice in Gothic: In Search of a Mirage3
Grammaticalization as Conventionalization of Discursively Secondary Status: Deconstructing the Lexical–Grammatical Continuum3
Grammatical Encoding of Discourse Structure: A Case Study of The Arabic Discourse Particle Tara3
Diachronic dialectology: new methods and case studies2
‘Alienable’ Possession in Biakic2
Conditional clauses as polite modifiers in Latin:si placetbetween pragmaticalization and language contact2
From Constellations to Discursive Concepts; or: The Historical Pragmatic Construction of Meaning in Early Modern English12
Loan Word Accommodation Biases: Markedness and Finiteness2
Kaluza's Law and Secondary Stress2
A cognitive approach to spelling production in historical sources: explaining the variation between <ɛ, αι> and <ο, ω> in Greek documentary papyri1
Stress Change and Initial Consonant Loss in Umpithamu: Cause or Consequence?*1
A Partial Decipherment of the Unknown Kushan Script*1
Alignment Change and the Emergence of the Thematic Conjugation from Proto‐Indo‐European to Indo‐European: A Wedding of Hypotheses*1
Superlative Morphology from Syntax: SlavicNai‐/Naj‐ and Internal Definiteness Marking in Old Lithuanian1
Dialectal Layers in West Iranian: A Hierarchical Dirichlet Process Approach to Linguistic Relationships11
A Semantically Rich ‘Do’‐Support Verb in the Camuno Dialect of Northern Italy1
The Balto‐Slavic ā‐aorist1
POLAR QUESTION PARTICLES AND THEIR SOURCES: A SEMANTIC APPROACH TO GRAMMATICALISATION11
Romance Genitives: Agreement, Definiteness, and Phases*1
Semantic Shift in Middle English: Farming and Trade As Test Cases1
Cognitive Sociolinguistic Variation in the Old Bailey Voices Corpus: The Case for a New Concept‐Led Framework1
Predicational and (Quasi‐)Specificational Constructions with Fronted Adjectival Predicates in French11
On the diachronic origins of the accentual contrast in Terena (Arawakan)1
Discursive Quads: New Kinds of Lexical Co‐occurrence Data With Linguistic Concept Modelling1
‘Dark’ and ‘Clear’ Y in Medieval Welsh Orthography: Caligula versus Teilo1
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Tonogenesis in Northeastern Trans‐Himalayan0
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THE PHONETICS OF NASAL‐FRICATIVE SEQUENCES IN LATIN0
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Tracing Eastern Mayan Perfect ‐maχ: Outcomes of Direct Affix Borrowing in the Sacapulas Corridor0
Lexical Differentiation between Human and Animal Genitalia in the Old EnglishMedicina de Quadrupedibus0
From Latin QUO(D) VELLES to Romagnol Cvël: A Case of Degrammaticalisation from a Free‐choice Indefinite to the Noun ‘Thing’10
From People's King to King of a Country: The Development of the Place Element Modifying the Title Paired in Apposition with a Personal Name Traced in the Peterborough Chronicle0
Negation in Contact: French and Occitan0
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The Historical Reconstruction of Greater Tzeltalan (Mayan) Vowel Assimilation and Vowel Raising Patterns0
Homeric ‐phi(n) is an oblique case marker10
Translation‐Induced Interrogative Relativizers and Stability in Icelandic0
The Missing Dative Alternation in Romance: Explaining Stability and Change in the Argument Structure of Latin Ditransitives0
Sound Change and Analogy, Again: Brugmann's Law and the Hunt For O‐Grades in Indo‐Iranian*0
Short vs Long Stem Alternations in Romance Verbal Inflection: The S‐Morphome0
Support‐Verb Constructions with Objects: Greek‐Coptic Interference in the Documentary Papyri?10
Saying Yes without Yes: The Positive Response System in Latin0
The Contribution of Germanic to the Expansion of Partitive‐Related Phenomena in the Prehistoric Circum‐Baltic Area10
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The History and Etymology of Cappadocian Fšáx ‘Child’, Pharasiot Fšáxi ‘Boy’0
The Origin of Differential Object Marking and Tripartite Alignment in Udi (East Caucasian)0
Rethinking the Metre of Parzival: Iambic Verse for a Trochaic Language0
Towards a Typology of Contact‐Induced Change: Questions, Problems and the Path Ahead0
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Evolution and Spread of Politeness Systems inIndo‐European0
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Plural and Collective in the Sogdian Ancient Letters0
Affix Not Clitic‐Based Vowel Shortening in Modern Arabic Varieties0
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The historical development of imperfect indicative and conditional inflection in Pyrenean Romance*0
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Early Alternatives to Dutch Descriptive Perception Verb Constructions: A Comparison of Two Bible Translations10
Colloquial Persian: Towards a New Rise of Simple Verbs?10
Contact‐Induced Changes in Morphosyntax: An Introduction0
Some Remarks on the Concept of Derivational Morphology0
Voice Markers in Septuagint Greek in the Light of Hebrew Interference: A Corpus‐Based Study on the Aorist System of the Book of Genesis*0
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The Early Jutish Bracteate Texts From Skonager And Darum0
Is This Verb a Word? A philological Study of the Distribution of Phonological and Morphological Domains in the Middle Welsh Verb0
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The Ancient Greek Datives in ‐essi: Contact or Independent Innovations?10
Introduction: ‘Digital Methods for Studying Meaning in Historical English’0
Central Siberian Yupik Influence on Sirenikski Verbal Inflection0
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The morphosyntax and semantics of cardinal numerals in classical sanskrit0
Semantics and syntax in Old English mood selection0
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Celebrating 180 Years and 120 Volumes of Transactions0
Testing Inferences about Language Contact on Morphosyntax: A Typological Case Study on Alorese–Adang Contact0
Verb Classes in the Resultative Construction in Germanic and Romance Languages0
Structural persistence as an explanatory factor in synchrony and diachrony*0
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Periphrases with Motion Verbs in Vedic Sanskrit: (between) Textual Analysis and Grammaticalization Patterns0
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Systematically Detecting Patterns of Social, Historical and Linguistic Change: The Framing of Poverty in Times of Poverty0
Towards a New Generalisation of the Tri‐Axial Orientation System in Situ Rgyalrong0
The Phonetics and Phonology of Old Armenian <V>, <W>, and Prevocalic <OW>*0
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Evangelization and Language Change: A Transition from the Progressive Aspect to the Future Tense in Two Mayan Languages0
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Loss of MID in English: Free Peasantry and Their Linguistic Advantage0
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The Birth of a Field: Joshua Marshman and the Beginning of Systematic Transcriptional/Reconstructive Studies on Chinese Historical Phonology0
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Morphosyntactic Contact in Translation: Greek ídios and Latin proprius in the Bible0
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On the Relation between Finiteness and Clause Size: Evidence from Romanian and Southern Italo‐Romance Irrealis Clauses*0
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Climatic Conditions and Lexis: Some Diachronic Notes on Weather‐Related Words in English and Other European Languages0
Grammatical Coding and the Discursive Construction of Participants: Spanish Passives in Written Press News Discourse0
Mycenaean Adjectives in ‐te‐ri‐jo: A Reappraisal*0
Adversative Conjunction and Neighboring Discourse Features in Old Church Slavic (Codex Marianus), with Comparative Notes on the Same Phenomena in Greek, Gothic and Classical Armenian*0
Sociolinguistic Typology Meets Historical Corpus Linguistics0
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