“Diacronia” bibliometric database (BDD)
Title:

Abstract linguistic fields. Cuvânt – binecuvântare – iubire – mulțumire (word – blessing – love – gratitude)

Author:
Publication: Annals of „Valahia” University of Târgovişte. Letters Section, IX (2), p. 25
p-ISSN:2066-6373
Publisher:Valahia University Press
Place:Târgoviște
Year:
Abstract:In the interpretation of the sense of the abstract concepts, there intervenes a series of subjective elements which have been analyzed from a linguistic perspective, proposing a referential interpretation on several levels in relation with the linguistic context. The studies have shown that despite the subjectiveness and variability in the interpretation of the abstract concepts, there is always a semantic core or a semantic average or a predictable sense that makes it possible for the locators to understand one another from a linguistic perspective; the specialists insisted on the need to make the sense of the abstract concepts tangible (or to reify it) trough diverse contextual situations (note 1). Developing through a process of abstractization, the lexeme WORD acquired a large array of significations, of which the most important is, of course, the one of “linguistic unit, utterance, term”. In Old Romanian, WORD was used more frequently thantoday and its meanings were more numerous. Especially in the vocabulary of affectiveness (of which we have selected for analysis the terms GRATITUDE, LOVE) there are difficulties in the delimitation and the definition of the senses, difficulties given by the polisemy of the words in this domain.
Key words:abstract linguistic field, word, blessing, love, gratitude
Language: English
Links:  

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 2

151Tache PapahagiDicţionarul dialectului aromîn
(general şi etimologic)
Editura Academiei1963; 1974
67Lazăr ȘăineanuÎncercare asupra semasiologiei limbii române
Studii istorice despre transițiunea sensurilor
Tipografia Academiei Române; Editura de Vest1887; 1999

The citations/references list is based on indexed publications only, and may therefore be incomplete.
For any and all inquiries related to the database, please contact us at [Please enable javascript to view.].

Preview: