From the project website (accessed 2017-05-02):
- Loanword lexicography in the DDGLC project: recording contact-induced language change of Egyptian-Coptic over 1,500 years
- The DDGLC project is hosted by the Egyptological Institute "Georg Steindorff" of the University of Leipzig and funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft as a long-term project with a projected lifespan ranging through 2024.
- The DDGLC seeks to produce a systematic, comprehensive and detailed lexicographical compilation and description of Greek loanwords as attested in the entire Coptic corpus through every dialect, each kind of text, and in pre-Coptic Egyptian. The project will thus eventually record 1500 years of contact-induced language change of the Egyptian-Coptic language. The results of the project shall be made available in an online database and in a printed dictionary.
- The core tool of the DDGLC project is currently a relational database designed to connect linguistic and extra-linguistic data concerning types and tokens of all identifiable Greek loanwords in Coptic.