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Archive | Volume 20, 2015, No. 3.

BIBLIONYMS IN THE LANGUAGE SYSTEM

Vestnik Bashkirskogo Universiteta. 2015. Vol. 20. No. 3. Pp. 946-951.
Muryasov R. Z.
Bashkir State University
32 Zaki Validi St., 450076 Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia.
Email: frgf.dekanat@rambler.ru

Abstract

In his article “Biblionyms in the language system”, Muryasov R. Z. considers biblical names (of Christianity and Judaism), which have become part of the languages vocabulary and are used at present as common nouns - names of persons, possessing certain traits, which were peculiar to biblical characters. Human vices and virtues go back to biblical stories, as biblionyms denote events and actions, ignorance of which makes it impossible to decode corresponding common meanings of lexical units or understand the meanings of phraseological units and paremic structures in modern languages. Acquiring common meanings, biblionyms act as a means of vocabulary expansion, since they are used to form rather branched families of words.

Keywords

  • • biblionyms
  • • biblical expressions
  • • biblical characters
  • • derivational activity of biblionyms
  • • biblical phraseological units
  • • demonary

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