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Etymologie du lituanien vienas 'un'

LDB
RinkinysMokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Publikacijos rūšisStraipsnis / Article
KalbaPrancūzų kalba / French
AntraštėEtymologie du lituanien vienas 'un'
Kita antraštėDėl liet. vienas etimologijos
AutoriaiMańczak, Witold
LeidinyjeActa linguistica Lithuanica . 2008, t. 59, p. 51-55
PastabosLDB Open.
Reikšminiai žodžiai
LTSkaitvardis; Etimologija; Lietuvių kalba
ENNumeral; Etymology; Lithuanian language
Santrauka / Anotacija

LTFraenkelis savo etimologiniame žodyne liet. „vienas“ kildina iš pie. formos *oinos, išplėstos dalelyte *ve-, kuri pagrindžia ir nedėsningą fonetinę raidą *oi>ei>ie vietoj *oi>ai. Smoczyńskis žodį „vienas“ kildina iš *h1oi-no-, nekomentuodamas raidos *oi>ie. Šio straipsnio autoriaus nuomone, forma „vienas“ kildintina iš *oinos, o nedėsningas dvibalsio oi atspindys ie aiškintinas tuo, ką jis vadina dažnumo nulemta nereguliaria fonetine raida. Savo požiūriui paremti autorius pateikia slavų, romanų ir germanų kalbų pavyzdžių, liudijančių, kas šiose kalbose skaitvardis „vienas“ yra patyręs nereguliarią redukciją. [Iš leidinio]

ENFraenkel derives Lith. "vienas" from IE *oinos assuming a particle ve- to have induced a change of *oi to ei >ie rather than ai, while Smoczyński gives IE *h1oi-no- as the underlying form without explaining the transition *oi >ie. The present author derives Lith. "vienas" from IE *oinos, invoking irregular change due to frequency to explain the reflex ie. In support of this view he cites Slavic, Romance and Germanic data illustrating the irregular reduction of the numeral "one" in these languages. [From the publication]

ISSN1648-4444
Mokslo sritisKalbotyra / Linguistics
Susijusios publikacijosSłownik etymologiczny języka litewskiego / Wojciech Smoczyński. Wilno : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2007. XXVII, 797 p.
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