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Journal
2010 | 54 | 217–226
Article title

Z zagadnień słowotwórstwa form imiennych na styku kultur Polski południowo-wschodniej w XVI–XVIII wieku

Title variants
EN
ON WORD FORMATION ISSUES OF NAME FORMS AT THE POINT OF CONTACT OF CULTURES OF SOUTHEASTERN POLAND IN THE 16th–18th CENTURIES
Languages of publication
PL
Abstracts
EN
The source material in this article covers names from given names of inhabitants of Przemyśl and the surrounding area during the period of the 16th through 18th centuries. In ethnico-linguistically joint areas of southeastern Poland, a culturally conditioned integrational anthroponymic model was formed, peculiar to Polish-Ruthenian contacts. As a result of interference factors, hybridal anthroponymic structures were formed of an East Slavic character, motivated by the names of saints of the Eastern and Western Church. The differentiation of the naming was conditioned by the linguistic variability of its users and the socio-cultural customs of name-giving. Model structures with border variation were created as a result of suffixal, paradigmatic, or reductional derivation. The derivatives appearing most frequently show a basic -k- in the suffixal part: -ak||’-ak, -ek||ik||-yk, -k(a); -k(o); -uk||’-uk. They represent morphonological structures produced as a result of single-stage or multi-state affixal derivation. Subordinate genitive forms with the suffixes -ow||-ów, -in||-yn||-(cz)yn, -(isz)yn||-(ysz)yn display a patronymic relation (sporadically metronymic). The suffix - ski, along with possessive -ow||-ow, -in||-yn, could assume the function of a broadened patronymic formant -(ow)ski, -(in)ski. Naming formations were formed from the roots of masculine and feminine given names, introducing to the semantics of names “traits of ethnic naming culture.”
Journal
Year
Volume
54
Pages
217–226
Physical description
Contributors
  • author’s private address: ul. Grunwaldzka 127/90, 37-700 Przemyśl, Poland
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Publication order reference
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