Gardino bajorų įvardijimas XVI a. pirmoje pusėje

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Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Gardino bajorų įvardijimas XVI a. pirmoje pusėje
Alternative Title:
Naming of Grodno’s gentry in the first half of the 16th century
In the Journal:
Darbai ir dienos [Deeds and Days]. 2011, t. 56, p. 125-142
Taip pat paskelbtas leidinyje: Terra Jatwezenorum [Jotvingių kraštas: jotvingių krašto istorijos paveldo metraštis]. 2011, 3, p. 73-92
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16 amžius; Baltarusija (Belarus); Lietuva (Lithuania); Asmenvardžiai. Antroponimai / Personal names. Anthroponyms; Tikriniai vardai. Onomastika / Onomastics. Proper names.
Summary / Abstract:

LTReikšminiai žodžiai: Gardinas; Bajorai; Asmenvardžiai; Grodno; Gentry; Anthroponym.

ENNames were given to almost all men (98,1 %). The most popular name was John. Christian names were given to 89,1 % of the men; diminutive forms of names were given to 64 % of all Christian names. It has been noticed that in the Orthodox rite there were more name forms than in the Catholic rite. 63,3 % of the names were in Christian patronymic form. The most popular was mixed naming; patronymic forms were given to 64 % of the men. Double naming was the most prevalent (71,1 %). Some men’s anthroponyms were formed consisting of mother‘s, stepfather‘s and fatherin- law’s names. A name was given only to one woman (7,7 %). All women’s naming had andronyms, but no women’s naming had patronyms. Women‘s double naming prevailed (61,5 %). The standards of women‘s and men’s naming were different. 21 Baltic anthroponyms were observed in the antroponomy of Grodno’s gentry. There were 5 Lithuanianized Christian names and 30 names not common to the Orthodox: these were Lithuanian and Yotvingian anthroponyms. [From the publication]

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1392-0588; 2335-8769; 2080-7589
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