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Slavic Elements in the Greek Idioms of South Albania

Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, VIII (1), p. 151-166
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Abstract:On the basis of previous studies on the Slavic elements of Greek and Albanian (Meyer 1891, 1894, Vasmer 1941, Селищев 1931, etc.), as well as of more recent research on this field (Ylli 1997, 2000, Οικονόμου 2010, etc.), this author examines the Slavic “traces” that occur in the Greek idioms of South Albania (GISA). This study relies on primary sources (field-research), and it focuses on words/ suffixes/ place-names of Slavic origin. Constantly in contact with the Albanian language and considered as a manifestation of continuity/discontinuity of the Greek idioms of Epirus, GISA present, as far as their Slavic elements are concerned, several particularities and asymmetries in relation to the Albanian and the Greek dialects of the broader geographic region.
Key words:Slavic elements in Balkan languages, Greek idioms of South Albania, asymmetry
Language: English

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