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Influenţa limbii albaneze asupra graiului de azi al aromânilor moscopoleni din localitatea Grabova (Greava) din Albania. Aspecte lexicale

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Publication: Cultură și identitate românească - Tendințe actuale și reflectarea lor în diaspora, Section Lingvistică
ISBN:978-973-703-953-8
Editors:Ofelia Ichim; Luminița Botoșineanu, Daniela Butnaru, Marius-Radu Clim, Florin-Teodor Olariu, Elena Tamba
Publisher:Editura Universității „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Place:Iași
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Abstract:It was noted during the field studies we carried in the “pure” Aromanian villages of Grabova, Nicea, Lunca, and Şipsca, in the Moscopolean region, in Albania, in 2004, 2007 and 2008, respectively, that Albanian words were increasingly being used by the Aromanians living there. The present article examines the linguistic situation at Grabova (Greava). One of its most striking features is that many Albanian terms the Grabovars use are not neologisms, which would be normal; instead, they belong to the main lexicon, and strongly compete with the inherited terms. Thus, in the lexical-semantic field related to the rural world and the household, bótă, „world” (< Albanian botë), is more and more frequently used instead of duńεáe (< Turkish. doun/à.), which was ‘revived’ only a short while ago, lág'e „district” (lagje), instead of the old măhălắ (< Turkish. méhallé). Similarly, the Albanian got „~” tends to completely replace the Aromanian cúpă (< Lat. cuppa „large wooden vase”), which has been in use for a long time. By contrast, the lexeme got is totally unknown to the new generations of Aromanian Grabovars, who came to Romania and finally settled in the village of Nisipari, Constantza County. The examples could continue. Is it possible that the lexical dynamics of the contemporary idiom spoken by the Moscopolean Aromanians from the village of Greava, Albania, who, until now have preserved their ethnic and linguistic identity remarkably well, may reflect irreversible tendencies of their identitary evolution? It is a question to which our article attempts to give a plausible answer.
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