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Type of publication: master thesis
Field of Science: Filologija / Philology (H004)
Author(s): Junelienė, Giedrė
Title: K. Aleknavičiaus "Pasakos pritikimay weselos ir giesmes" daiktavardis ir būdvardis
Other Title: The noun and the adjective of "Pasakos pritikimay weselos ir giesmes" by K. Aleknavičius
Extent: 114 p.
Date: 12-Jun-2006
Keywords: daiktavardis;adjective;Kajetonas Aleknavičius;noun;būdvardis
Abstract: 1. In the book by K. Aleknavičius „Pasakos pritikimaj weselos ir giesmes“, issued in Vilnius in 1861, a noun is used much more abundantly (~4119 forms) as is an adjective (~724 forms). 2. The book by K.Aleknavičius „Pasakos pritikimaj weselos ir giesmes“ is written using the Eastern version of the writings language. 3. There are plenty of slavisms in the poetry collection by K.Aleknavičius „Pasakos pritikimaj weselos ir giesmes“, as it is characteristic to the writings of that period. 4. The nouns and adjectives, found in the book, are compared to the dialect of the Eastern Highland Lithuanians, and nouns and adjectives of the modern common language, their paradigms are reconstructed. 5. The biography of K.Aleknavičius is reviewed and the section, named „The characteristics of the orthography“, is presented. 6. This morphological study reveals the situation of non-religious writings of the Eastern Highland Lithuanian dialect, there is also data provided on various old and till now unaltered forms of denominatives (nouns and adjectives) and their usage. 7. K.Aleknavičius’ work „Pasakos pritikimaj weselos ir giesmes“ is written using the dialect of the Eastern Highland Lithuanians, however the text of the book from the viewpoint of orthography, phonetics and morphology is not consistent. 8. There are types of masculine, feminine and composite declension found in the book. 9. There are plenty of personal names and place-names in the poetical texts of the book, for example: Jakubas, Jonas, Petras, Worniu, Lïetuva, Kaunï, there is also a mythological toponym Perkunas found. It has been established that the personal names preserved a fair amount of the forms typical to the Eastern Highland Lithuanian, i.e. the old locative – illative is used; there is exiguous dual of a stem found, for example: du brunktu; the singular accusative has the ending of the Eastern Highland Lithuanian, for example: wargu, wiazimu, wïedru, wïeku wiłku, wiru, zentu, zipônu, mergu, mêsu, mïeru, naudu. 10. There are a lot of cases, when the adjacent dialects and endings of bk cases are used, for example: arkluku and aruoda (sing. accus.), martcziu, jauju and kôja (sing. accus.), etc. 11. Unproductive stems tend to be transferred to productive stems. 12. There are homonymous cases of nouns found, for example: sing. ablat. kriz̉iuï and sing. locat. Wilniuï. They are distinguished only contextually. 14. In K.Aleknavičius’ book, as in the sub-dialects of the Eastern Highland Lithuanian, adjectives with the stem u (f. iā) range between the stem u and a, for example: pigas, biaura. However there are little of such cases. 15. There are adjectives of the comparative degree found in the book, for example: razumniasne, didiasniey, giariasniey, margiasniey. 16. There are very few pronominal adjectives found in the book, for example: piłkôja, z̉alajoï, raytuju. 17. In the texts of K.Aleknavičius’ book the singular nominative and vocative are homonymous cases, for example: sing. vocat. kûmas and sing. nomin. kûmas.
Affiliation(s): Švietimo akademija
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:VDU, ASU ir LEU iki / until 2018

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