Nemajūnų parapijos oikonimai ir jų kaita XIX a.

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Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Nemajūnų parapijos oikonimai ir jų kaita XIX a
Alternative Title:
Oikonyms of the Nemajūnai parish and their change in the 19th century
In the Journal:
Acta linguistica Lithuanica. 2012, t. 66, p. 64-80
Keywords:
LT
Nemajūnai; Oikonimai; Kilmė; Daryba.
EN
Nemajūnai parish; Oikonyms; Origin; Word-formation.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje aptariamas penkiasdešimt vienas XIX a. rašytiniuose šaltiniuose užfiksuotas Nemajūnų parapijos oikonimas. Atlikus kiekvieno gyvenamosios vietos vardo kilmės ir darybos analize, matyti, kad XIX a. šioje parapijoje dominavo asmenvardinės kilmės oikonimai. Daugiausia (ų padaryta su priesaga -iškės. Su priesagomis -finai, -onys, -ėnai iš asmenvardžių kilusių gyvenamųjų vietų vardų užfiksuota mažiau. XIX a. Nemajūnų parapijos metrikuose rasta ir keletas oikonimų, kilusių iš apeliatyvų. Pastarieji pagal morfemine sandarą yra pirminiai arba sudurtiniai gyvenamųjų vietų vardai. Be lingvistinių žinių, prie kiekvieno oikonimo straipsnyje pateikiama ir istorinio pobūdžio komentarų. [Iš leidinio]

ENBased on the baptism, marriage and death record books stored in the Lithuanian State Archives and the lists of parishioners going to confession dating back to 1834, 1844-1847, 1852-1857 and 1888 which are kept at Nemajūnai Church Archives, the article analyses the 19th century oikonymy of Nemajūnai Parish. In the analysis of the 19th century names of settlements, the author mostly relied on the lists of parishioners going to confession as they provide the names of settlements in the nominative case (the record books usually indicate their genitive case). What is more, the afore-mentioned lists do not only include the names, surnames, places of residence of the people going to confession but also the type of a residential area (village, small town, single-homestead rural settlement, etc.), and the list of 1834 also specifies the number of homesteads in a settlement. Therefore, the said lists are highly informative in both linguistic and historical terms. The analysis of the origin of 51 oikonyms of Nemajūnai Parish recorded in the 19th century written sources leads to a conclusion that the majority of the names of settlements from this parish can be traced to the onyms deriving from personal names (around 30); the number of derivatives which can be traced to physiographic terms is slightly lower (around 13), while others constitute the place names of obscure or non-Lithuanian origin.In terms of morphemic structure, the oikonyms with the suffix "-iškės" deriving from personal names prevailed in Nemajūnai Parish in the 19th century. In total, 14 names of settlements with this suffix were found in the sources under analysis. The recorded number of the names of settlements with the suffixes "-ūnai, -onys, -ėnai" deriving from personal names is lower: -ūnai - 4 cases, -onys - 3 cases and -ėnai - 2 cases. By their morphemic structure, the oikonyms deriving from appellatives can be divided to primary and compound. [From the publication]

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1648-4444
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2018-12-17 13:22:21
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