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ERIC Number: ED012028
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 186
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A GLOSSARY OF JAPANESE NEOLOGISMS.
BAILEY, DON C.
THIS GLOSSARY COMPRISES A LIST OF USEFUL NEW WORDS AND PHRASES IN CURRENT USE NOT FOUND IN JAPANESE-ENGLISH DICTIONARIES, SPECIFICALLY KENKYUSHA'S NEW JAPANESE-ENGLISH DICTIONARY, 1954 EDITION, WHICH HAS SERVED AS THE MODEL IN MOST RESPECTS FOR THE FORMAT AND STYLE. ROMANIZATION OF THE ORTHOGRAPHY FOLLOWS A MODIFIED HEPBURN SYSTEM AND THE JAPANESE TRANSCRIPTION IS IN THE POSTWAR OR ABBREVIATED FORMS OF CHINESE CHARACTERS. INDICATIONS OF PARTS OF SPEECH REFER TO JAPANESE USAGE ONLY. FREQUENT CROSS-REFERENCES TO RELATED WORDS IN MOST CASES REFER TO THE KENKYUSHA DICTIONARY. THIS BOOK WAS PUBLISHED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESS, 1005 N. PALM ROAD, TUCSON, ARIZONA. (AMM)
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Identifiers: KENKYUSHA