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Nume de familie românești arhaice și derivatele lor în zone periferice și insulare

Publication: Numele și numirea. Actele Conferinței Internaționale de Onomastică. Ediția I: Interferențe multietnice în antroponimie, p. 225
Editors:Oliviu Felecan
Publisher:Editura Mega
Abstract:[Archaic Romanian surnames and their derivatives in outlying and insular areas]
The article studies Romanian surnames whose forms and derivatives sound archaic and are found in outlying and insular northeastern areas (North Bucovina, the Northern part of Bessarabia, Transnistria).
A series of surnames that come from masculine and neuter names in the singular form (in the nominative or accusative case), which today can be found in the Transnistrian area (the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine), retained the definite article -l (Robul, Racul, Turcul). Such names are typical of the old language and can also be found in chroniclers’ works. These archaic forms produced a number of derivatives formed with suffixes of East Slavic origin: -ciuc (Lupulciuc), -eac (Bobuleac), -enco (Sârbulenco), -ev (Ghinculev [< Hâncu + -ev]), -ov (Lupulov), -schi (Cuculschi) and others.
Another series of exotic surnames specific to the above-mentioned northeastern area produce derivatives from names and surnames without an article, with the aid of the same suffixes of East Slavic origin: -ciuc (Pavelciuc, Scutelniciuc), -iuc (Butnariuc), -enco (Cherdivarenco) and others.
Key words:surname, derivative models, archaic morphological forms, outlying / insular areas
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 3

References in this publication: 4

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