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Imiona Sióstr Karmelitanek Dzieciątka Jezus z drugiej połowy XX wieku

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This article contains an analysis of a specific group of names in Polish anthroponomy, namely names of nuns from the Catholic Religious Order of Carmelite Sisters of St. Therese of the Infant Jesus. Name in this order consists of a proper name and the so-called predicate (for instance “sister Gabriel from Jesus”). Predicate is a sort of a sign or emblem, which is a peculiar symbol of piety. This article includes the presentation and analysis of proper names as well as predicates. Proper names are classified as follows: biblical names, names created from names of saints of the Catholic Church, names created from Latin appellatives, and other. However, predicates were classified with respect to the essence, into several thematic groups: related to the person of Christ, related to Virgin Mary, related to saints of the Catholic Church, related to symbols, related to dogmas, related to Divine attributes, and dual predicates. The last part of the article presents the specificity of monastic names against the background of secular names
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5
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2010-11-18
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-issn-2083-1765-year-2010-issue-5-article-5054
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