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1992 | 026 |
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Charakterystyka gwary wsi Stamirowice w powiecie grójeckim

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Presentation of the Dialect of the Village of Stamirowice in District of Grójec
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This article describes the characteristic features of the dialect of the village of Stamirowice in the district of Grójec. The village is situated in the south-western part of the Mazovian Lowlands, on the river Pilica, and lies far from bigger urban centres, which, undoubtedly, favours good preservation of the dialect not only among the older inhabitants, but also among the members of the middle generation who have stayed in their home village. In the dialect under research I observed elements typical of the Mazoviap dialect: - transformation of the Old Polish 9 =ï ц, e.g.: drążek, kśijska, prąstfi; - transformation of the initial i a - =à ie-, e.g.: rt /> ° оi eлu oska, ri\ eru\ ufka, as well as of г а - re-, e.g.; reduo, remiń; - distribution of the articulation of bilabial palatal consonants into polyphonemic groups composed of bilabial non-palatal consonant and a spirant i, e.g.: biouuy, miasto, piosek; - constant retention of "mazurism", e.g.: borsc, copka, dysc, iascurka, mzofka; - using suffix -ak in stem-altering neuter nouns ending in -§, -ęcia, e.g.: iagriok, косок, nemovlok, prosok. Considering its geographical position, the village of Stamorowice has certain language features characteristic of the dialects of the south- -western Mazovia: - narrowing of articulation of vowel e in this position before tautosyllabic i, e.g.: jisei, fcorei; - occurrence of certain forms without vowel mutation * 'eT 'oT, e.g.: bière, riese, and without vowel mutation *'eT =à aT, e.g.: vietrok, zapoviedou; - voicing inter-lexical phonetics, e.g.: viez otalqs, viez mixauovice; - general occurrence of ending -evi in dative singular form of masculine nouns, irrespective of the phonetic form of the stem, e.g.: yotkevi, kurievi, prosakevi.
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026
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1992
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http://hdl.handle.net/11089/16271
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bwmeta1.element.hdl_11089_16271
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