Magazines and newspapers and The Irish Times) and publishers (e.g., ó, Mayo printing and evolution). The corpus now contains , words, and we are constantly adding. We are very interested in hearing from other rights holders who own digital content in Ireland. You can contact us by. Do a simple search by typing a word or phrase into the search box on the home page. The result list is generated from the corpus, and the search term or phrase is displayed as contextual examples.
We intend to add functionality to the corpus Latest Mailing Database in the future, for example, developing search and how search results are displayed, analyzing common terms in the corpus, tracking genres of sources in the corpus, etc. However, castles are built one after another! Corpora are often used to examine the usage of terms or phrases. Furthermore, the introduction of new terms and the demise of others is analyzed. A good example of a new term that has emerged recently is Brexit. There are many interesting examples of all versions used in Irish, as shown in the box below. Hits in the term corpus.
The Brexit fraternity accuses the Saxons of President Trump's inauguration last week, and the Contemporary Irish corpus has many examples of the use of the word inauguration in a political context. It will be interesting to analyze the context of the references mentioning the term inauguration when the topic is updated in a few months! By using a simple search in the corpus, it is possible to study how certain words are used. For example, é accepts both genitive versions of the noun ú and . But it is clear from the corpus evidence that ú currently has the upper hand. Do your own corpus search today! A new section.