Title: A Bibliography of Dutch Dictionaries (Lexicographica. Series Maior) Format: Hardcover, Pages: 397 pages Date: 1 Jan. 1995 Author(s): by Frans Claes (Author), Peter Bakema (Author) Publisher: De Gruyter Edition: New ed. edition Language(s): English ISBN-10: 3484309679 ISBN-13: 978-3484309678 See also: ‘A Bibliography of Netherlandic Dictionaries’, by the same authors.
"A Bibliography of Dutch Dictionaries" gives an overview of printed Dutch lexicography in the period 1477 to 1990. The bibliography contains approximately 4500 references to monolingual, bilingual and multilingual dictionaries, both general and specialized: terminological dictionaries, dialectological dictionaries, dictionaries of synonyms, biographical dictionaries and encyclopedias. For each dictionary, the following data are indicated: author, title, place of publication, publisher, year of publication, number of pages and all the various editions. The bibliography has been conceived as a practical reference work: all dictionaries are categorized into thematic groups, listed in the table of contents. Within every group, a further distinction is made between monolingual and multilingual dictionaries. This makes the bibliography easy to consult for all sorts of lexicographical questions. The accessibility is also increased by indexes of authors and languages. The bibliography is based on a systematically compiled corpus of sources as well as on the expertise of several specialists working in the field of Dutch lexicography.
A Bibliography of Dutch dictionaries F. M. Claes, Peter Bakema Published 1995 Computer Science
"A Bibliography of Dutch Dictionaries" is a practical reference work. It contains approximately 4500 references to monolingual and multilingual dictionaries, both general and spezialized, printed in the period 1477 to 1990. For each dictionary full bibliographical data are provided. The bibliography is easy to consult, because all dictionaries are categorized in thematic and language groups, while additional indexes of authors and languages increase the accessibility.