Show simple item record Obeng, Samuel Gyasi 2008-07-24T17:58:08Z 2008-07-24T17:58:08Z 1998
dc.identifier.citation Obeng, Samuel Gyasi. Akan Death-Prevention Names: A Pragmatic and Structural Analysis. Names: a journal of onomastics 46, no. 3 (1998): 163-187. en
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dc.description This article was posted with the permission of Maney Publishing. en
dc.description.abstract This paper discusses the content and types of Akan death-prevention names. It provides a structural linguistic analysis of the morphology of these names and presents a socio- and ethnolinguistic account of the death-prevention names as they function within Akan communication. The paper also classifies the names according to their structures. Death-prevention names are shown to be meaningful and to refer to the lives of both their bearers and the name-givers. en
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dc.publisher Maney Publishing en
dc.rights This article is copyright of Maney Publishing. Please contact the publisher for information about use and reproduction. en
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dc.subject African languages en
dc.subject Ghana en
dc.subject naming en
dc.subject onomastics en
dc.subject sociolinguistics en
dc.title Akan Death-Prevention Names: A Pragmatic and Structural Analysis en
dc.type Article en

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