List of publications on a keyword: «Russian National Corpus»


Филология

Publication date: 08.06.2018
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Ivlieva Irina Valentinovna , candidate of philological sciences, professor , доцент
Missouri University of Science and Technology , USA

«Russian zoophonic verbs modifications’ domain. Peculiarity of synthesis»

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The article examines capabilities of Russian zoophonic verbs (those describing sounds produced by animals) to create semantic modifications. Using the appending inventory of zoophonic verbal modifications from novel sources, previously unused in lexicographic practices, the open (infinite) nature of semantic modifications’ domain, its composition and the fluidity of its lacuna zones are shown. The structure of zoophonic verbal modifications is examined; verbal modifiers, non-typical for this lexical-semantic group of verbs, are inventoried. The obstacles to successful production of semantically modified derivatives during different stages of synthesis are classified by several criteria: denotative, semantic, and distributive. The research findings demonstrate the peculiarities of Russian zoophonic verbs’ behavior as well as map out their modification capabilities during the process of synthesis.

Publication date: 14.03.2017
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Andrianova Daria Vitalievna , candidate of philological sciences , научный сотрудник
FSBIS "Institute for Linguistic Studies of Russian Academy of Sciences" , Санкт-Петербург г

«Phraseosemantic peculiarities of idioms with the word «silki» (snares) (a case study of Russian classics and modern literature texts)»

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This article explores semantic and stylistic meaning changes of idioms with the word “silki” (snares) during XVIII–XXI centuries on the basis of Russian classics and modern literature texts and publicistic writing. It is proved that the word “silki” (snares) was used as a biblical expression in ecclesiastic and some fiction texts, this explanes its strong negative connotation, which is out of use in up-to-date contexts.