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Etimologii – 2010

Publication: Buletin de lingvistică, 12, p. 46
Publisher:Academia de Științe a Moldovei
Abstract:Rom. dolofan „chubby, plump” (said mostly of children) is supposed to have come from Turk. olofan „a kind of warrior from the sultan’s guard” provided with an initial d-, like many words in folk-ballads and carols (cf. especially d-împărat „king”) and semantically evolved as e.g. voinic „warrior” > „strong” etc. Rom. dial., very little known, fălagă „beating” is seen as a sure reflexion of Turk. (< Arab.) falaka „punishment through heel beating”. Rom. family name geoană is regarded as a probable feminine of the disappeared inherited *Gion(e), later replaced by the Slavic borrowing Ion (> ioană), i.e. the proportion ioană: ion = geoană: *gion(e) entitles us to suppose the reality of the latter in the past.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 1

0Marcu GabinschiEtimologii folcloriceBLM, 13, 512012pdf

References in this publication: 5

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