Антропонімічні аргументи в історії слов’янської фонеми

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Title:Антропонімічні аргументи в історії слов’янської фонеми
Karpenko, Jurij
Journal or Publication Title:
Acta Onomastica, 47, 1, pp. 265-272
Uncontrolled Keywords:onomastics, anthroponyms


The Proto-Slavonic language never knew the phoneme , since it had bilabial sonant , which, contrary to the voiced consonants, did not require its voiceless pair. Consequently, when numerous Christian names with sound [f] came to the Slavs with the adoption of Christianity, those Slavonic languages, including Ukrainian, that preserved the sonant , resisted the foreign [f] by various substitutions, while they substituted sonant by voiced , whereas Russian accepted the sound [f] more loyally.

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Title:Антропонімічні аргументи в історії слов’янської фонеми
Translated title:Anthroponymic Arguments in the History of the Slavonic Phoneme
Karpenko, Jurij
Uncontrolled Keywords:onomastics, anthroponyms
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics
Divisions:Humanities and Social Sciences > 9. Section of Humanities and Philology > Institute of the Czech Language > Acta Onomastica
Journal or Publication Title:Acta Onomastica
Page Range:pp. 265-272
Publisher:the Czech Language Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v. v. i.
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ID Code:6055
Item Type:Article
Deposited On:15 Jun 2010 17:00
Last Modified:15 Jun 2010 15:00


Karpenko, Jurij (2006) Антропонімічні аргументи в історії слов’янської фонеми. Acta Onomastica, 47 (1). pp. 265-272. ISSN 1211-4413

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