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MDCCCXII–MMXII: stigmatizarea numelor româneşti după anexare

Publication: Lucrările celui de-al XV-lea Simpozion Internațional de Dialectologie, p. 294
Editors:Veronica Ana Vlasin, Dumitru Loșonți, Nicolae Mocanu
Publisher:Argonaut, Scriptor
Abstract:Onomastics (anthroponymy and toponymy) manages, not rarely, to shed light on the research of our history. However, in Bessarabia, the territory where many peoples succeeded and mixed throughout centuries, proper names would constitute an eloquent evidence regarding the order of succession, conditions and situations specific to the symbiosis, continuity or lack of continuity of the processes. During the 200 years after the annexation of Bessarabia to the Russian Empire, the "symbiosis" with the Russian people had serious repercussions on the whole anthroponymic system. Archival materials, historical documents, which cover the period 1812-2012, prove this fact. Proper names, including first names and family names, have suffered a number of deviations from the rules of the Romanian language. The changes of names made by foreign authorities served well defined intentions.
Key words:
  • antroponimie, bicentenar, contact etnic, nume proprii
  • anthroponymy, bicentennial, ethnic contact, proper names
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 1

133Alexandru GraurNume de persoaneEditura Științifică1965

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