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This chapter addresses two related issues. Firstly, it discusses the fuzziness of the borders in terms of methods and research object of etymological work on Romanesco, which mirrors on the one hand the early Tuscanization and relexification from the standard language of this Italo-Romance variety, unparalleled across Italy, and on the other hand its peculiar sociolinguistic status and impact on the lexicon of spoken standard Italian starting with the 20th century. Secondly, the chapter highlights some recurring patterns in semantic change dysphemism and conventionalization of euphemism , which are to be observed in the diachrony of Romanesco and are related - it is argued - with the abovementioned relexification. Most of these, such as e.



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