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NAMING TRENDS IN PROPER NAMES IN BULGARIAN PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS SUCH AS X AS Y
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2016)
The article at hand explores the naming trends in the group of phraseological expressions in the Bulgarian language. Similes are characterized by a stable lexical composition, similarly to the rest of the phraseological ...
THE LEXICAL PHYTO COMPONENT IN THE PHRASEOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF BULGARIAN AND MODERN GREEK LANGUAGES
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2015)
The subject of the present study is to be found in phraseological units in Bulgarian and in Modern Greek that contain the plant lexeme in their structure. Structures belonging to both the phraseological fund and the ...
COMPARATUM ACTUALITY IN LEXICOLOGICALLY REGISTERED COMPARATIVE STRUCTURES (Study of Bulgarian and Modern Greek)
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2014)
The object of this study is the comparatum actualization in comparative structures in Bulgarian and Modern Greek. The former are units characterized by a fixed structure and a stable lexical composition, but the possibility ...
HABITUAL COLLOCATIONS WITH A COMPARATIVE PART THAT DENOTATES UNDOMESTICATED SPECIES IN BULGARIAN AND IN MODERN GREEK
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2013)
The subject of research in this article are habitual collocations with the component of a wild animal in two Indo-European languages – Bulgarian and Modern Greek. These phraseological units display the human ability to ...
ON PERSONAL NAMES IN THE BULGARIAN PHRASEOLOGICAL SYSTEM
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2017)
The following paper focuses on the personal names in the Bulgarian phraseological system. It examines linguistic units characterised not only by structural but also by lexical stability. An account is rendered for the ...
ON THE GREEK INFLUENCE ON OTONYMIC APELATIVIZATION IN THE BULGARIAN PHRASEOLOGICAL SYSTEM
(УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2019)
The object of study in the current paper is the intersection between two linguistic areas: onomastics and phraseology. Under research falls the Greek impact on the otonymic apelativization that affects the phraseological ...