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By Wilhelm von Timroth. Translated by Nortrud Gupta. Recommend this journal. Publisher: München : O. Sagner, 1986. First Prev 1 Next Last. Select All. Clear All. Watch Selected. 1. Russian Scatology. Items: 8 Watchers: 1.
argot, jargon, slang, and "mat"). Rev. and enl. ed. by Wilhelm von Timroth. A revision of the author's thesis (Ph. D)-Munich, 1983. Published 1986 by O. Sagner in München. Slavistische Beiträge ;, Bd. 205. Classifications.
on slang, mat, and jargoni by Russian and Soviet linguists since the early nineteenth century until the 1980s. Others have cov- ered this territory before, most notably Harlan E. Marquess in his introduction to Soviet Prison Camp Speech, which he published with Meyer Galler in 1972, but von Timnroth's survey is more exhaustive and obviously the most up-to-date.
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For example, awesome (great), smoke (cigarette), spooky (scary), grub (food). An individual’s speech abundant in argot, jargon or slang can be referred to as lingo or a sociolect.
The terms jargon, slang, and argot are not consistently differentiated in the literature; different authors interpret these . The first use of the word dates back to the usage of the word in The Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer between 1387 and 1400.
The terms jargon, slang, and argot are not consistently differentiated in the literature; different authors interpret these concepts in varying ways. According to one definition, jargon differs from slang in being secretive in nature; according to another understanding, it is specifically associated with professional and technical circles. Some sources, however, treat these terms as synonymous .