Anglo-Norman과 Anglo-French의 생태적 배경:
사회, 음운, 어휘적 특징을 중심으로*
박 충 연 (가천대학교)
Park, Choong-Yon. 2016. Some Ecological Background of Anglo-Norman and Anglo-French: On the Basis of Social, Phonological, and Lexical Features. English Language and Linguistics 22.2, 107-123. This paper investigates the survival and death of languages that influenced Middle English from the emergence of the Franks. As one of the Germanic tribes, the Franks had their own language when they nested on the area of Gallia. Adapting themselves to the circumstances of Gallo-Romance, they eventually established their own language, Old French. Gallo-Romance was a dialect of Classical Latin and was the main source of Anglo-Norman & Anglo-French. The language of Normandie, a dialect of Old French, along with those of Anjou and Picardie, which were in the northwest area of France, made the basis of Anglo-Norman. Middle French that became Anglo-French also influenced Middle English. This paper investigates the influence of Vulgar Latin on Middle English by examining some social, phonological and lexical relationships among the inherited languages.
Key words: Gallo-Romance, Old French, Middle French, Anglo-Norman, Anglo-French, social features, phonological features, lexical features