An examination of metaphor from Old English to present day English: focusing on notions of intelligence/cleverness and stupidity



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Bibliography: a selection of work by team members and others using HTOED data.
1. Theses and monographs

Allan, Kathryn. 2003. An examination of metaphor from Old English to present day English: focusing on notions of intelligence/cleverness and stupidity. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Allan, Kathryn. 2009. A diachronic approach to metaphor and metonymy: how target concepts for intelligence are cognitively and culturally motivated. Oxford: Blackwell.

Chase, T. J. P. 1983. A Diachronic Semantic Classification of the English Religious Lexis. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Chase, T. J. P. 1988. The English Religious Lexis. (= Texts and Studies in Religion 37.) Queenston, Ontario: Edwin Mellen Press.

Coleman, J. M. 1992. An Historical Study of the Semantic Fields of LOVE, SEX and MARRIAGE from Old English to the Present Day. Ph. D. Thesis, University of London.

Coleman, Julie. 1999. Love, Sex, and Marriage. A historical thesaurus. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Kay, Christian, Jane Roberts, Michael Samuels and Irené Wotherspoon. 2009. Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kleparski, G. A. 1986. Semantic Change and Componential Analysis: an enquiry into pejorative developments in English. Regensburg: Pustet.

Kleparski, G. A. 1990. Semantic Change in English: A Study of Evaluative Developments in the Domain of HUMANS. Lublin: University Press of the Catholic University of Lublin.

Kleparski, G. A. 1997. Theory and Practice of Historical Semantics: the case of Middle English and Early Modern English synonyms of girl/young woman. Lublin: University Press of the Catholic University of Lublin.

Ogura, Michiko. 2002. Verbs of Motion in Medieval English. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer.

O'Hare, C. A. 1996. A Diachronic Investigation of the Semantic Field “Death”. M.Phil. Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Reay, I. E. 1991. A Lexical Analysis of Metaphor and Phonaestheme. Ph. D. Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Roberts, Jane and Christian Kay with Lynne Grundy. 1995. A Thesaurus of Old English. (= King’s College London Medieval Studies XI.) Second edition, 2000. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Samuels, M. L. 1972. Linguistic Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, esp. pp. 79 and 180.

Sylvester, L. M. 1991. Expectation: A Diachronic Examination of Related Lexis in the English Language. Ph.D. Thesis, University of London.

Sylvester, Louise. 1994. Studies in the Lexical Field of Expectation. Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi.

Sylvester, Louise and Jane Roberts. 2000. Middle English Word Studies: A word and author index. Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer.

Thornton, Freda J. 1988. A Classification of the Semantic Field “Good and Evil” in the Vocabulary of English. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Glasgow.

Wotherspoon, I. A. W. 1969. A Notional Classification of Two Parts of English Lexis. M. Litt. Thesis, University of Glasgow.
At the University of Rzeszów

Cymbalista, P. 2008. Semantic Development of Selected Items in the macro-Category of HOMO FABER in the English Language. Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Rzeszów.

Grygiel, M. 2005. Towards a Cognitive Theory of Semantic Change: Semantic Development of English Historical Synonyms of MAN/MALE HUMAN BEING in Panchronic Perspective. Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Rzeszów.

Grygiel, M. 2008. From Semantic Change to Conceptual Blending. Semantic Development of English Historical Near-Synonyms of Man/Male Human Being. Rzeszów: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego.

Kiełtyka, R. 2006. Towards a Historical Account of English Zoosemy: The Case of Middle English and Early Modern English DOMESTICATED ANIMALS. Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Rzeszów.

Kiełtyka, 2008. On Zoosemy: The Study of Middle English and Early Modern English DOMESTICATED ANIMALS. Rzeszów: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego.

Kochman-Haładyj, B. 2008. Historical Derogation of Women Terms and its Socio-Cultural Causes and Conditionings. Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Rzeszów.

Kopecka, B. 2008. The Scope and Nature of Metonymically Conditioned Meaning Tranference Related to the Macrocategory HUMAN BEING. Ph.D. Dissertation. The University of Rzeszów.


2. Books of papers containing work using HTOED materials. Not all papers are listed individually in (3) below.

Bammesberger, Alfred, ed. 1985. Problems of Old English Lexicography: Studies in memory of Angus Cameron. Regensburg: Pustet.

Caie, Graham D., Carole Hough and Irené Wotherspoon, eds. 2006. The Power of Words: essays in lexicography, lexicology and semantics in honour of Christian J. Kay. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi.

Coleman, Julie and Christian Kay, eds. 2000. Lexicology, Semantics and Lexicography in English Historical Linguistics: Selected papers from the fourth G.L. Brook Symposium. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kay, Christian J. and Louise M. Sylvester, eds. 2001. Lexis and Texts in Early English: Studies presented to Jane Roberts. Amsterdam and Atlanta: Rodopi.

Kay, Christian, Carole Hough and Irené Wotherspoon, eds. 2004. New Perspectives on English Historical Linguistics Volume 2: Lexis and transmission. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Kay, Christian J. and Jeremy J. Smith, eds. 2004. Categorization in the History of English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins.
3. Chapters in books of papers. Some are contained in books listed in (2), referenced here by the editor(s).

Bately, J. M. 1985. “On some words for time in Old English Literature”, in Bammesberger, ed., 47-64.

Bately, Janet. 1996. “Towards a Middle English thesaurus: Some terms relating to Fortune, Fate and Chance”, in Middle English Miscellany: from vocabulary to linguistic variation, ed. by J. Fisiak. Poznan: Motivax, 69-82.

Biggam, C. P. 2006. “Political Upheaval and a Disturbance in the Colour Vocabulary of Early English”, in Progress in Colour Studies Volume I: Language and culture, ed. by C. P. Biggam and C. J. Kay. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins, 159-179.

Biggam, C. P. 2007. “Anglo-Saxon Plant-Names - How can they be elucidated?”. Contexts of English in Use: Past and Present: a Festschrift for Peter Bierbaumer on the Occasion of the 40th Anniversary of his Career at the University of Graz, ed. by Margit Reitbauer, Nancy Campbell, Sarah Mercer and Renate Vaupetitsch. Vienna: Braumüller, 27-37.

Burchfield, Robert. 1985. “An Outline History of Euphemism in English”, in Fair of Speech, ed. by D. J. Enright. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 13-31.

Coleman, J. M. 1996. “The Treatment of Sexual Vocabulary in Middle English Dictionaries”. Middle English Miscellany: from vocabulary to linguistic variation, ed. by J. Fisiak. Poznan: Motivax, 183-206.

Corbett, John. 2001. “Aureation Revisited: The latinate vocabulary of Dunbar’s high and plain styles”, in William Dunbar, ‘the Nobill Poyet’: Essays in honour of Priscilla Bawcutt, ed. by Sally Mapstone. East Linton: Tuckwell Press, 183-197.

De la Cruz Cabanillas, I. and C. Tejedor Martinez. 2002. “The Horse Family: on the evolution of the field and its metaphorization process”, in A Changing World of Words: Studies in English historical semantics and lexis, ed. by Javier E. Diaz Vera. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 229-254.

Diller, Hans-Jürgen. 2002. “The growth of the English emotion lexicon: A first look at the Historical Thesaurus of English”, in Of Dyuersitie & Chaunge of Language: essays presented to Manfred Görlach on the occasion of his 65th Birthday, ed. by Katja Lenz and Ruth Möhlig. Heidelberg: Winter, 103-114.

Diller, Hans-Jürgen. 2005. “Chaucer's Emotion Lexicon: passioun and affeccioun”, in Rethinking Middle English: Linguistic and literary approaches, ed. by Nikolaus Ritt and Herbert Schendl. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 110-124.

Diller, Hans-Jürgen. 2007a. “From mōd to emotion (or almost): The medieval gestation of a modern concept”, in Studies in Middle English Forms and Meanings, ed. by Gabriella Mazzon. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 12-39.

Diller, Hans-Jürgen. 2007b. “Measuring the Growth of Semantic Fields: The case of the English Emotion Lexicon”, in Cognition in Language: Volume in honour of Professor Elżbieta Tabakowska, ed. by W. Chłopicki, A. Pawelec and A. Pokojska. Kraków: Tertium, 574-596.

Fischer, Andreas. 1989. “Aspects of Historical Lexicology”, in Meaning and Beyond: Ernst Leisi zum 70. Geburtstag, ed. by Udo Fries and Martin Heusser. Tübingen: Gunter Narr, 71-89.

Fischer, A. 1992. “Laughing and Smiling in the History of English”. Anglistentag 1991 Dusseldorf, ed. by W. G. Busse. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 51-62.

Fischer, A. 1994. “ ‘Sumer is icumen in’: the seasons of the year in Middle English and Early Modern English”, in Studies in Early Modern English, ed. by D. Kastovsky. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 79-95.

Fischer, Andreas. 2004. “The notional structure of thesauruses”, in Kay and Smith, eds, 41-58.

Grundy, Lynne. 2000. “Ælfric’s Grammatical Theology and Theological Grammar”, in Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Related Themes in Memory of Lynne Grundy, ed. by Jane Roberts and Janet Nelson. London: King’s College London Medieval Studies, 1-14.

Grundy, Lynne and Jane Roberts. 1997. “Shapes in the Landscape: Some words”, in Names, Places and People. An Onomastic Miscellany in Memory of John McNeal Dodgson, ed. by A. R. Rumble and A. D. Mills. Stamford: Paul Watkins.

Kay, C. J. 1984. “The Historical Thesaurus of English”, in Lexeter '83 Proceedings, ed. by R. R. K. Hartmann. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 87-90.

Kay, C. J. 1994a. “Historical Thesaurus of English: Progress and Plans”, in Corpora across the Centuries: Proceedings of the First International Colloquium on English Diachronic Corpora, ed. by Merja Kytö, Matti Rissanen and Susan Wright. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 111-120.

Kay, C. J. 1994b. “A Lexical View of Two Societies : a comparison of The Scots Thesaurus and A Thesaurus of Old English”, in Studies in Scots and Gaelic: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Languages of Scotland, ed. by A. Fenton and D. A. MacDonald. Edinburgh: Canongate Academic, 41-47.

Kay C. J. 1997. “Historical Semantics and Material Culture”, in Experiencing Material Culture in the Western World, ed. by Susan M. Pearce. London and Washington: Leicester University Press, 49-64.

Kay, Christian. 2000a. “Historical semantics and historical lexicography: will the twain ever meet?”, in Coleman and Kay, eds, 53-68.

Kay, Christian. 2000b. “Metaphors We Lived By: Pathways between Old and Modern English”, in Essays on Anglo-Saxon and Related Themes in Memory of Dr Lynne Grundy, ed. by J. Nelson and J. Roberts. London: King’s College London Medieval Studies, 273-285.

Kay, Christian. 2009. “Issues for Historical Corpora: first catch your word”, in What’s in a Word-list? Investigating Frequency and Keyword Extraction, ed. by Dawn Archer. Farnham, Surrey, and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 66-76.

Kay, Christian J. and Thomas J. Chase. 1990. “Semantic Approaches to an Historical Thesaurus”, in Meaning and Lexicography (= Literary and Linguistic Studies in Eastern Europe, Vol. 28) ed. by J. Tomaszczyk and B. Lewandowska. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 303-313.

Kay, C. J. and Jane Roberts. 1997. “A Thesaurus of Old English”, in Dictionaries of Medieval Germanic Languages, ed. by K. H. Van Dalen-Oskam, K. A. C. Depuydt, W. J. J. Pijnenburg and T. H. Schoonheim. Brepols: International Medieval Research 2, 31-40.

Kay, C. J. and Irené Wotherspoon. 1997. “Historical Thesaurus of English”, in Dictionaries of Medieval Germanic Languages, ed. by K. H. Van Dalen-Oskam, K. A. C. Depuydt, W. J. J. Pijnenburg and T. H. Schoonheim. Brepols: International Medieval Research 2, 49-54.

Kay, Christian J. and Irené Wotherspoon. 2002a. “Wreak, wrack, rack, and (w)ruin: the History of Some Confused Spellings”, in Sounds, Words, Texts and Change: Papers from 11 ICEHL, ed. by Teresa Fanego, Belen Mendez-Naya and Elena Seoane. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 129-143.

Kay, Christian J. and Irené A. W. Wotherspoon. 2002b. “Turning the dictionary inside out: some issues in the compilation of a historical thesaurus”, in A Changing World of Words: Studies in English historical semantics and lexis, ed. by Javier E. Diaz Vera. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 109-135.

Kotzor, G. 1985. “Wind and Weather: Semantic Analysis and the Classification of Old English Lexemes”, in Bammesberger, ed., 175-195.

Moessner, Lilo. 1994. “Dog – Man’s Best Friend: A study in historical lexicology”, in English Historical Linguistics 1992 (=Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 113), ed. by Francisco Ferńandez, Miguel Fuster and Juan José Calvo. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins, 207-218.

O’Hare, Cerwyss. 2004. “Folk Classification in the HTE Plants Category”, in Kay and Smith, eds, 179-191.

Peters, Hans. 1992. “On The Historical Development of English Boosters”, in Symposium on Lexicography V, ed. by K. Hyldgaard-Jensen and A. Zettersten, Tübingen: Niemeyer.

Peters, Hans. 2004. “The Vocabulary of Pain”, in Kay and Smith, eds, 193-220.

Roberts, Jane. 1985. “Some Problems of a Thesaurus Maker”, in Bammesberger, ed., 229-243.

Roberts, Jane. 1992. “Anglo-Saxon Vocabulary as a Reflection of Material Culture”, in The Age of Sutton Hoo, ed. by Martin Carver. Woodridge: Boydell Press , 185-202.

Roberts, Jane. 1996. “Lahamon’s Plain Words”, in Middle English Miscellany, ed. by J. Fisiak. Poznan: Motivax, 107-122.

Roberts, Jane. 2000. “The Old English Vocabulary of Nobility”, in Nobles and Nobility, ed. by Anne J. Duggan. Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer, 69-84.

Roberts, J. A. and C. J. Kay, 1993. “Thesaurus”, in An Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, ed. by R. Asher and J. M. Y. Simpson. Oxford: Pergamon, 4603-4605.

Samuels, M. L. 1987. “The Status of the Functional Approach”, in Explanation and Linguistic Change (=Current Issues in Linguistic Theory 45), ed. by Willem Koopman, F. van der Leek, O. Fischer and R. Eaton. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 239-250.

Smith, Jeremy J. 2000. “Semantics and Metrical Form in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”, in New Perspectives on Middle Texts: A festschrift for R. A. Waldron, ed. by Susan Powell and Jeremy J. Smith. Cambridge: D. S. Brewer, 87-103.

Sylvester, Louise. 1994. “Women, Men and Words: Lexical Choices in Two Fairy Tales of the 1920s”, in Feminist Linguistics in Literary Criticism, ed. by Katie Wales, 51-64.

Sylvester, Louise. 1996. “Procedures in classifying Middle English Vocabulary: some preliminary observations”, in Middle English Miscellany: from vocabulary to linguistic variation. ed. by J. Fisiak, Posnan: Motivex, 123-206.

Sylvester, Louise. 2004. “Evidence for Diachronic Semantic Change in the Historical Thesaurus of English: A cognitive linguistic approach”, in English Historical Linguistics: An Atlantic View, ed. by Isabel Moskowich-Spiegel Fandino and Begoña Crespo Garcia. Coruña: Universidade da Coruña, 189-221.

Taavitsainen, Irma and Andreas H. Jucker. 2007. “Speech Act Verbs and Speech Acts in the History of English”, in Methods in Historical Pragmatics, ed. by Susan M. Fitzmaurice and Irma Taavitsainen. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 107-138.
4. Articles in journals

Bately, J. M. 1984. “Time and the Passing of Time in ‘The Wanderer’ and Related Old English Texts”. Essays and Studies, 1-15.

Biggam, C. P. 1993. “Aspects of Chaucer's Adjectives of Hue”. The Chaucer Review 28, 1, 41-53.

Biggam, C. P. 1994. “Hæwenhnydele”: An Anglo-Saxon Medical Plant. Botanical Journal of Scotland 46, 4, 617-622.

Biggam, C. P. 1995. “Sociolinguistic Aspects of Old English Colour Lexemes”. Anglo-Saxon England 24, 51-65.

Coleman, J. M. 1992. “Sexual Euphemism in Old English”. Neuphilologische Mitteilungen 1, xciii, 93-98.

Coleman, Julie. 1995. “The Chronology of French and Latin Loan Words in English”. Transactions of the Philological Society 93, 2, 95-124.

Collier, L. W. and C. J. Kay. 1980. “The Historical Thesaurus of English”. Dictionaries 2/3, 88-112.

Diller, Hans-Jürgen. 2008. “A Lexical Field Takes Shape: The use of corpora and thesauri in Historical Semantics”. Anglistik 19, 1, 123-140.

Griffiths, W. 1984. “The Old English Alcoholic Vocabulary - a re-examination”. Durham University Journal, 231-250.

Hough, Carole. 1998. “The Trumpeters of Bemersyde”. Scottish Place-Name News No 5, Autumn, 3-4.

Hough, Carole. 2001. “Place-name evidence for an Anglo-Saxon animal name: OE *pohha/*pocca ‘fallow deer’”. Anglo-Saxon England 30, 1–14.

Hough, Carole. 2002. “Onomastic evidence for an Anglo-Saxon animal name: OE *pur ‘male lamb’”. English Studies 83, 5, 377–390.

Hough, Carole. 2007. “Old English weargbeorg”. Notes and Queries 54.4, 364–365.

Kay, Christian. 1998a. “The Historical Thesaurus of English as a tool for Place-Name Research”. Scottish Place-Name News No 5, Autumn, 6-7.

Kay, C. J. 1998b. “Historical Thesaurus of English: Progress Report”. Henry Sweet Society Bulletin, May, 95-99.

Kay, C. and M. L. Samuels. 1975. “Componential Analysis in Semantics: its validity and applications”. Transactions of the Philological Society, 49-81.

Kay, C. J. and T. J. P. Chase. 1987. “Constructing a Thesaurus Database”. Literary and Linguistic Computing 2, 3, 161-163.

Kay, Christian and Jane Roberts. 2004. “Definitions for a New Age”. Poetica 62, 53-68.

Kay, Christian and Irené Wotherspoon. 2005. “Semantic Relationships in the Historical Thesaurus of English”. Lexicographica 21, 47-57.

Price, J. 1984. “Theatrical Vocabulary in Old English”. Medieval English Theatre 6, 2, 101-25.

Roberts, J. A. 1978. “Towards an Old English Thesaurus”. Poetica 9, 56-72.

Roberts, Jane. 1985. “A Preliminary ‘Heaven’ Index for Old English”, in Sources and Relations: Studies in Honour of J. E. Cross. Leeds Studies in English New Series 16, 208-219.

Roberts, J. A. 1998. “A Thesaurus of Old English: One Snapshot of a Vanished World. Nowele 33, 133-153.

Roberts, Jane. 2002a. “The Thesaurus of Old English: a non-alphabetic lexicographical resource”. Journal of Philology 2, 11, 48-54.

Roberts, Jane. 2002b. “Some Aspects of Middle English in the Dictionaries”. Dictionaries 23, 180-207.

Roberts, Jane. 2006. “Some Thoughts on the Expression of ‘crippled’ in Old English”, in Essays for Joyce Hill on her Sixtieth Birthday. Leeds Studies in English New Series 37, 365-378.

Samuels, M. L. 1965. “The Role of Functional Selection in the History of English”. Transactions of the Philological Society, 15-40.

Tanabe, Harumi. 1998. “In Search of Synonyms in the Historical Thesaurus of English and the Second Edition of the Oxford English Dictionary on CD”. Seikei Review of English Studies 2, 57-71.

Unebe, Noriko. 2001. “Uses of Seaweed in Anglo-Saxon England from an ethnographic angle”. Journal of Tokyo Kasei Gakuin University, Humanities and Social Science 41, 85-94.

Wotherspoon, Irené. 1992. “Historical Thesaurus Database Using Ingres”. Literary and Linguistic Computing 7, 4, 218-225.

Wotherspoon, Irené. 2002. “Origin of thill”. Notes and Queries 247, 188-190.


5. Primary sources

HTOED is based on the second edition of the OED:



The Oxford English Dictionary. 1884-1933, ed. by Sir James A. H. Murray, Henry Bradley, Sir William A. Craigie and Charles T. Onions; Supplement, 1972-1986, ed. by Robert W. Burchfield; 2nd edn, 1989, ed. by John A. Simpson and Edmund S. C. Weiner; Additions Series, 1993-1997, ed. by John A. Simpson, Edmund S. C. Weiner and Michael Proffitt; 3rd edn (in progress) OED Online, March 2000-, ed. by John A. Simpson. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
It also contains the material in:

Roberts, Jane and Christian Kay with Lynne Grundy. 1995. A Thesaurus of Old English. (= King’s College London Medieval Studies XI.) Second edition, 2000. Amsterdam: Rodopi.


This material derives from:

Bosworth, Joseph and T. Northcote Toller 1882-98 with supplements by Toller 1908-21 and A. Campbell 1972. An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary. London and Oxford: Oxford University Press.



Cameron, A. F., A. C. Amos, A. diP. Healey, Sharon Butler, Joan Holland, David McDougall and Ian McDougall, eds. Dictionary of Old English (DOE). (Published for the Dictionary of Old English Project, Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto.) Toronto: PIMS, 1986-.

Clark Hall, J. R., with supplement by H. D. Merritt. 1960. A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary. Fourth edition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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