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Sinonimie sau paronimie? Studiu de caz: dubletele derivative în -ie şi -ism

Publication: Limba română: diacronie și sincronie în studiul limbii române, II, p. 363
Editors:Rodica Zafiu, Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae
Publisher:Editura Universității din București
Abstract:The purpose of this study is to have a comparative presentation of Romanian derivation doublets that contain the abstract suffixes -ie and -ism from the point of view of the formal and semantic relations established between the two. These doublets are of two types: analysable loans or internal creations from the same root (in their language of origin or in Romanian), whose characteristic is to have their meaning overlap at least in part. After presenting numerous examples excerpted from dictionaries and after analysing them lexicologically, the following aspects are to be noticed: a) most doublets – considered synonymic today – ending in -ie and -ism belong to specialised terminology; b) at their origin, between them there were semantic differences, which was in favour of them being interpreted as paronyms; c) in time, these semantic differences faded away, by paronymic attraction, and those words have been interpreted, at least for some meanings, as synonyms; d) the pattern of the “synonyms” ending in -ie and -ism being thus created, authentic synonyms could be created by analogy both at the level of scientific terminology, and at the level of standard literary language.
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 2

6Cristian MoroianuMotivarea formală a relațiilor semantice
Sinonimia analizabilă
Editura Universității din București2016
1Cristian MoroianuSinonime analizabile. Studiu de caz: sinonimia diminutivalăCSP, II, 294-3132015pdf

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