THE LEXICAL PHYTO COMPONENT IN THE PHRASEOLOGICAL SYSTEMS OF BULGARIAN AND MODERN GREEK LANGUAGES
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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 phraseological periphery will be examined as we aim at finding out in which fixed structures the phyto component is widely preferred and used as a lexeme. On the basis of our preliminary observations, the above are similes and paroemias – favoured in comparative structures as people use what is known and familiar to make comparisons, and in folklore because of their connection to the nation and its customs.
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