Niekoľko poznámok o vzťahu onymickej a frazeologickej motivácie
SOME REMARKS ON THE RELATION BETWEEN ONYMIC AND PHRASEOLOGICAL MOTIVATION
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Some Remarks on the Relation between Onymic and Phraseological Motivation Making use of a theory of lexical motivation (J. Furdík, 2008), the paper deals with the relation between onymic motivation (OM) and phraseological motivation (PM) (proper names are onymically motivated, idioms are phraseologically motivated). The relation between OM and PM can be viewed as incompatible. The incompatibility results from the fact that there’s no lexical unit being both proper name and idiom at the same time. However, this statement does not mean that there’s no interconnection between the analyzed two types of motivation. Their interaction and co-operation is manifested in several ways, one of which is the problem of a proper Acta onomastica LI, 2 Stat530 i name functioning as a component of idiom. The second part of the paper pays attention to a special type of proper names (as components of idioms) that can be perceived as hybrid units with both appellative and onymic features. These units were coined by means of contamination of a proper name and an appellative on the basis of paronymy.
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