Totorių įvardijimas Lietuvos Didžiosios Kunigaikštystės kariuomenės dokumentuose

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Totorių įvardijimas Lietuvos Didžiosios Kunigaikštystės kariuomenės dokumentuose
In the Journal:
Lituanistica. 2003, Nr.1, p. 37-52
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Totoriai; Totorių įvardijimas; Asmenvardžiai; Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė (LDK; Grand Duchy of Lithuania; GDL); Tartars; Naming; Anthroponyms.
Asmenvardžiai. Antroponimai / Personal names. Anthroponyms; Kariuomenė / Army; Lietuvos Didžioji Kunigaikštystė (Lietuva; LDK; Grand Duchy of Lithuania; GDL); Totoriai / Tatars; Žodžių daryba. Žodžio dalys / Word formation. Parts of a word.
Naming; Tartars.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe most popular type of naming of men is the mixed one (79.7%). Less frequent is the naming not using family proper names (14.8%), and the least popular are recordings using family proper names (5.5%). Words naming men and family names are mostly patronyms (95.4%). Rather scarce are derivatives with the suffix -sk- (4.6%). When naming men 1-4 personal names were used. Two-member namings prevail (77.4%). There are about 17.3% one-member and 4.2% three-member namings. Four-member namings comprise only about 0.05%. About 9.8% of men's namings contain common words explaining proper names, and usually a naming has 1-2 common words. Sometimes 2-5 namings are attached to a common word. Common words explaining men's proper names refer mostly to the post they hold (39.3%) or their social status (30.3%). Not infrequent are words indicating their nationality (28.4%). Very scanty are words referring to family status or kinship (2%). About 94.5% of men's recordings contain first names. In women's namings most popular is the type using only family names (68.1%). There are also names recorded using a mixed type (23.6%), and rather infrequent is the type that does not use family names (8.3%). Women's names comprise 1-6 anthroponyms. One-member and two-member recordings prevail (44.4% each), three-member recordings comprise 5.6%, four-member 4.2%, and six-member namings 1.4%. Common words explaining anthroponyms in women's names occur in 55.6% of recordings. The namings include 1-2 common words. As a rule, common words occurring in women's anthroponyms refer to family status and kinship (65.9%). Rather scarce are words related to their social status (18.2%), post (9.1%) and nationality (6.8%). Of women's anthroponyms recorded 31.9% go together with the first name. Only one surname is recorded. [From the publication]

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