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Title: 閩南語和客家話的「量詞」-與國語比較
The measure word ' of the he Southern Min language
and Hakka - Compare with Mandarin
Authors: 邱湘雲
Contributors: 臺灣文學研究所
Keywords: 量詞;閩南語;客家話;方言;國語
Measure word;The southern Min language;Hakka;Dialect;Chinese;Mandarin
Date: 2007
Issue Date: 2012-07-03T03:35:52Z
Publisher: 玄奘人文社會學院
Abstract: 「量詞」結構是漢藏語言一大特色,漢語量詞除了「計量」這一主要功能以
外還有「分類」及「修飾」等重要功能。不同時代、不同的族群各自有其獨特使
用的詞彙,量詞選用還反映出詞彙背後不同的文化背景及認知機制,方言和標準
語的詞彙使用是否有別?本文將探討臺灣閩南及客家方言的量詞表現,先由漢語
量詞的發展史看起,其次比較閩南語和客家話與國語的量詞結構在詞彙用字、語
法結構及語用功能上的異同,之後再找出閩南語和客家話的特殊量詞,藉此凸顯
閩南客家方言詞彙的特色所在。
The structure of ' the measure word ' is a great characteristic in
Chinese, besides ' measure ' function,Chinese measure word have enother
function, sush as ' classify ' and ' modify ',etc. The exertion of different
measure words reflects different culture background and cognitive
mechanism behind vocabularies. This text probes into the measure words of
the southern Min language and Hakka, seen by the developing history of
Chinese measure word first, secondly compare the southern Min language and
Hakka measure word and Mandarin measure word in vocabulary displaying,
inside structure and outside function, later found out the special measure
words of the southern Min language and Hakka, probed into its difference
in principle of cognition further, prominent the characteristic place of
the southern Min language and Hakka measure word.
Relation: 玄奘人文學報, 6: 175-206
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