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Title: Borrowed names of forest and forest loci in the Russian dialects of the European North of Russia: Lexemes of Baltic-Finnish origin
Authors: Teush, O. À.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development
Citation: Teush, O. À. Borrowed names of forest and forest loci in the Russian dialects of the European North of Russia: Lexemes of Baltic-Finnish origin / O. À. Teush. — DOI 10.30624/2220-4156-2019-9-2-297-317 // Bulletin of Ugric Studies. — 2019. — Vol. 2. — Iss. 9. — P. 297-317.
Abstract: Introduction. The article is devoted to the borrowed lexemes of the dialects of the European North of Russia, nominating forest and forest loci. The whole complex of lexemes is analyzed from the point of view of the origin of words and their semantic links. The lexemes of source languages, serving as the originals of borrowing, are described. Objective: The main objective of the article is a multi-aspect characteristic of lexical materials chosen for the analysis. Research materials: The lexemes under consideration are extracted from the card files and lexicographical sources containing materials on dialect vocabulary of the European North of Russia. Results and novelty of the research. The specificity of topographic semantics, determining the need for borrowing, was considered; the features of phonetic adaptation were revealed; transformation of semantic volume of a word in Russian dialects was analyzed, both in the process of borrowing and in the course of word functioning; attention was paid to development of geographical semantics on the basis of botanical and economic ones; the cases of paronymic attraction, re-etymologization, and contamination of heterogeneous facts were revealed; the descriptive lexemes in their internal form were interpreted; tendency to the narrowing of the meaning of lexemes was determined. The lexical materials, never have been interpreted before, are introduced into scientific discourse. Author's etymological solutions are proposed. Previously proposed scientific interpretations are corrected. © 2019 Ob-Ugric Institute of Applied Researches and Development. All rights reserved.
Access: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
RSCI ID: 39242365
SCOPUS ID: 85075791802
WOS ID: 000485948000009
PURE ID: 10516809
ISSN: 2220-4156
DOI: 10.30624/2220-4156-2019-9-2-297-317
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