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Consideraţii etimologice asupra cuvântului balaur

Publication: Philologica Banatica, IV (2), p. 20-25
Publisher:Editura Mirton; Editura Amphora
Abstract:One of the most complicated task of the Romanian etymology is to follow the history of the autochthonous words that are part of our vocabulary. Among these words, the word balaur (dragon) is fascinating not only by its story, but, also, by the mysterious legends and fairy-tales which evoke the world of the dragons in the Romanian mythology. The etymologic variants for this word are diverse and intricate.
Key words:
  • etimologie, dragon, cuvinte autohtone, folclor, credinţe populare
  • etymology, dragon, autochthonous words, folklore, popular beliefs
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 0

References in this publication: 4

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Editura Academiei1970
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Librăriile SOCEC & Co.; Editura Paralela 451907-1914; 2006

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