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Le lexique religieux de la dernière grammaire de l’Ecole de Transylvanie

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, VII, Section Traducerea textului sacru, p. 41-52
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:The religious terminology is important for Transylvanian scholars (Scoala Ardeleana), as they are not only philologists, but theologians as well by their background and activity. During the XVIII and XIX centuries the theological vocabulary still plays a special role in the European languages, as a reflection of the spiritual life. In this context, I. Alexi provides a list of Romanian religious terms in his Grammatica daco-romana sive valachica. They are basic terms that belong to the traditional terminology of Latin origin, to the borrowings from Greek and Slavic languages, and to some new terms borrowed from ecclesiastic Latin. The present article reveals that the corpus of I. Alexi, which is larger than the one of S. Micu and Gh. Sincai, illustrates the evolution of Transylvanian School’s vision upon this specialized vocabulary.
Key words:religious terminology, linguistics, ecclesiastical Latin, grammar
Language: French

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 7

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