Published: Jan 1983
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Two prerequisites are essential for guaranteeing more durable terminology standardization: neonymic description and nonymic planning. Neonymic description involves the analysis and description of the linguistic standard, that is, the body of laws governing the usage of a given language, whereas neonymic planning involves the formulation of principles by which the language is to be molded. This paper demonstrates the procedures of neonymic description.
terminology, standards, neonymic, description, morphology