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Lexical archaisms in Slavic

from Nostratic to common Slavic

by Mark Kaiser

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Published by Brockmeyer in Bochum .
Written in English

  • Slavic languages -- Roots.,
  • Slavic languages -- Lexicology, Historical.,
  • Nostratic hypothesis.,
  • Comparative linguistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 130-151).

    Statementby Mark Kaiser ; with a preface by Vitaly Shevoroshkin.
    SeriesBochum publications in evolutionary cultural semiotics ;, BPX 26, BPX ;, 26.
    LC ClassificationsPG319.5 .K3 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 151 p. ;
    Number of Pages151
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1609471M
    ISBN 103883397903
    LC Control Number91148376

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It is said that archaisms can be dividedinto two: the literary archaisms and the lexical archaisms. Literary archaism seeks to evoke styleof older speeches and writings.

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Several South-Slavic-only lexical and morphological patterns which have been proposed have been postulated to represent common Slavic archaisms, or are shared with some Slovakian or Ukrainian dialects.

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