COMMON ZOONYMIC ROOTS IN CROATIAN, POLISH AND RUSSIAN IN COMPARISON WITH OLD-SLAVIC (OR PROTO-SLAVIC)
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The paper deals with common zoonymic roots in Croatian, Polish and Russian in comparison with Old-Slavic (or Proto-Slavic). The ultimate purpose of this research is a presentation of zoonymes (apellative nouns of animals), which Wiesław Boryś calls „commonslavic terms“, as categorial etymological units. The authors carry out synchronic comparison among zoonymic lexemes represented in tables, after which they analyze the corpus of zoonymic pragmemes as well as zoonymic pragmaphrasemes in the languages subject to comparison.
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