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a variety of a language that differs from the standard form

specialized expressions indigenous to a particular field, subject, trade, or subculture

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Luz Stella Castaneda Naranjo y Jose Luis Orduna Lopez ("Estudio lexicologico comparativo de la categoria nominal en parlache y lunfardo") describen los procedimientos para la creacion de nuevas palabras en los argots colombiano de Medellin y argentino de Buenos Aires.
Sin embargo, para alcanzar ese objetivo general, era necesario preguntarse primero que es parlache y como diferenciarlo de lo que no lo es; por ejemplo, que palabras son compartidas por otros argots hispanicos o por otras variedades linguisticas colombianas.
La parte II, "Ei argot espanol aplicado", incluye cuatro articulos sobre argots del espanol de Espana.
No resta mas que desear que el GILM siga propiciando el dialogo que nos permita conocer mejor los diferentes argots hispanicos.
Sin embargo, y pese a la proliferacion bibliografica, todavia resulta altamente cuestionable en este tipo de trabajos el metodo para identificar que una expresion pertenece a un argot particular y para obtener datos confiables de uso.
En el nivel teorico el texto se enriquece con argumentos sobre temas fundamentales como que es un argot y como se retroalimentan las parcelas lexicas argoticas con otros sociolectos o registros de habla.
El articulo que cierra la primera parte del libro, "una aproximacion al argot catalan de los bajos fondos de la Barcelona de principios del siglo XX", es el unico que no trata sobre un argot hispanoamericano.
Los diccionarios ante el argot <<gay>> en Espana (1970-1984)", de Rafael M.
Instead of pronouncing the whole category of argot words dead, it might be useful to distinguish between 'dead' argot and 'living' argot, the former embracing words traditionally associated mainly with the Paris underworld, which have subsequently gained wider currency, losing their cryptological function in the process, the latter embracing terms currently being coined within particular subgroups in society either with the deliberate intention of excluding non-members or simply as a gesture of defiance at the 'straight' world.
Despite the difficulty in distinguishing objectively between argot and the general run of colloquial vocabulary, it has to be said that most academic interest focuses on the argot end of the spectrum.
qualifie un mot ou un sens courant dans la langue parlee des milieux populaires (souvent ancient argot repandu) qui ne s'emploierait pas dans un milieu social eleve.
words' listed in Petit Robert are in fact entirely connus du grand public (one could, indeed, say that given the 'cryptological' and ludic functions of argot, once such words have been admitted to a general dictionary of the language, they have necessarily lost much of their raison d'etre).
The argot of the criminal fraternity in early nineteenth-century Paris provides an extreme example of this (see Niceforo, Le Genie de l'Argot), as is the Beurs' highly conscious selection of maximally basilectal forms such as verlan in the contemporary world.