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A lexicographer is not always a linguist. And a linguist is not a natural expert or semi-expert of lexicography. This is also the case for such lexicologists who see themselves as theoretical lexicographers. More important than such relationships are the negative consequences which a purely linguistic argumentation may have for lexicographical theory and practice. In many cases lexicological reviews of dictionaries and their proposals for better dictionaries are far removed from realdoi:10.7146/hjlcb.v15i29.25689 fatcat:zivhn252hvdsvhjwfmrylk4vta