Nazewnictwo drugiej osoby Trójcy Świętej w XVII- i XVIII-wiecznych rękopisach karmelitańskich
Naming the second person of the Trinity in the 17th and 18th century Carmelites’ manuscripts
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The following article is a linguistic analysis of the nominalization of the second person of the Holy Trinity. It shows the linguistic metamorphoses of addressing Christ by the means of description. In the Carmelites’ manuscripts there are multitude of descriptions, both singular and multicomponent, metaphorical. Therefore, to reveal their variety and multicipity at least partially, they have been divided into five categories: single-word nouns, two-word defined descriptions in three patterns: noun + pronoun, noun + noun, noun + adjective, and multicomponent metaphorical descriptions. The article shows the changeability of addressing Christ in individual texts from the 17th-century Carmelites’ manuscripts, with the emphasis on the subject-matter they deal with (from Christmas texts to Lent ones).
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