“Diacronia” bibliometric database (BDD)
Title:

Din nou despre dativul posesiv din grupul verbal. Observaţii asupra limbii române vechi

Author:
Publication: Limba română, LVIII (2), p. 173
p-ISSN:0024-3523
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Place:București
Year:
Abstract:The author’s objective was to compare possessive structures with a dative clitic attached to the verb in the present-day language with the data offered by the original texts in the old language (16th – 18th centuries). The comparison revealed the fact that the Romanian language, in its historical evolution, does not show significant structural modifications in what concerns the structures mentioned above: we deal with the same syntactic and semantic typology of the external possessor structures, whereas the freedoms and the constraints of combination are the same for both phases of evolution. The very few differences between the two stages in the evolution of the Romanian language refer to the difference frequency between internal possessor structures and external possessor ones, which, in the old language, proves to be in favor of the former ones. In the old language, the structures with double possessor (internal and external, at the same time) are more numerous, and their occurrence is less constrained than in the current language.
Key words:
  • dativ posesiv adverbal, comparaţie limba veche – limba actuală, tipologia construcţiilor posesive, exprimarea dublă (adverbală şi adnominală) a posesorului, libertăţi şi constrângeri ale construcţiei
  • adverbal possessive dative, comparison old language – contemporary language, the typology of possessive constructions, double actualization (adverbal and adnominal) of the possessor, constraints on the construction
Language: Romanian
Links:

Citations to this publication: 8

References in this publication: 0

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.].