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Criterii extrafilologice în analiza etimologică

Publication: Philologica Banatica, III (2), p. 5-12
Publisher:Editura Mirton; Editura Amphora
Abstract:The etymological reconstructions suggested in the Romanian dictionaries often ignore the extralinguistic cultural context that allows/imposes the appearance and/or assimilation of some words. Such is the case of the word cerna, which is supposed to have Slavic origin, despite the fact that it occurs without interruption in hundreds of texts and inscriptions from the Thracian-Dacian-Latin age (as dierna / tsierna / zerna etc.), along more than five centuries before the coming of the Slavic people in the Balkan Peninsula.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 3

References in this publication: 3

19Ariton VraciuLimba daco-geţilorEditura Facla1980
26Ion I. RussuLimba traco-dacilorEditura Științifică; Dacica1959, 1967, 1969; 2009
230Sextil PușcariuLimba română
I. Privire generală
Fundația pentru Literatură și Artă1940; 1976

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