Sudėtiniai Lietuvos drimonimai : asmenvardiniai, hidroniminiai, toponiminiai

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Sudėtiniai Lietuvos drimonimai: asmenvardiniai, hidroniminiai, toponiminiai
Alternative Title:
Composite Lithuanian drimonyms: personal origin, hydronymic, toponymic
In the Journal:
Valoda - .... Valoda dažādu kultūru kontekstā [Language. Language in Various Cultural Contexts]. 2011, P. 387-395. (Zinātnisko rakstu krājums ; 21)
Notes:
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Apeliatyvas; Asmenvardinės kilmės sudėtiniai drimonimai; Asmenvardis; Asmenvardžiai; Drimonimai; Drimonimas; Hidronimai; Hidronimas; Sudėtiniai Lietuvos drimonimai; Sudėtiniai drimonimai; Toponimas; Toponiminės kilmės drimonimai; Vietovardžiai; Appelative drimonyms; Appellative; Composite Lithuanian drimonyms; Composite drimonyms; Composite drimonyms of personal origin; Drimonym; Drimonyms; Drimonyms of toponymic origin; Hidronym; Hydronyms; Person names; Personal name; Place names; Toponym.
Keywords:
LT
Apeliatyvas; Asmenvardžiai. Antroponimai / Personal names. Anthroponyms; Toponimas; Vietovardžiai. Toponimai / Toponyms.
EN
Appelative drimonyms; Appellative; Composite drimonyms of personal origin; Composite drimonyms; Composite Lithuanian drimonyms; Drimonym; Drimonyms; Hidronym; Hydronyms; Person names; Personal name; Place names.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe article investigates 2124 composite Lithuanian drimonyms of persona! hydronymic, and toponymic origin taken from "Lithuanian Forest Onomastics" (part 1,1985). In order to investigate the layer of Lithuanian composite drimonyms, descriptive, statistical, and mathematical methods are applied. The researched material is structured; drimonyms are classified into semantic groups, their formation and etymology are discussed. Composite drimonyms of personal origin, according to the first syllable of the word, are distinguished and discussed as follows: first of all, masculine singular names, masculine plural names, then feminine singular names. Drimonyms of hidronymic origin, according to the first syllable, are discussed as follows: first of all, names of lakes, then names of ivers. Drimonyms of toponymic origin, according to the first syllable of the word, are discussed in the following groups: names of villages, names of granges, and names of large and small cities. Having investigated all origin composite drimonyms of personal hydronymic, and toponymic, one can state the fact that composite drimonyms of toponymic origin dominate (1283,84 per cent). This article is an introductory research into composite drimonyms because it is important to include appelative drimonyms, left outside the scope of this research, as well. [From the publication]

ISBN:
9789984145532
ISSN:
1691-6042
Related Publications:
Radviliškio rajono drimonimų darybos aspektai / Ilona Mickienė, Rimantė Bieliauskaitė. Respectus philologicus. 2018, Nr. 33 (38), p. 83-92.
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