Once More on the Etymology of the Russian Word Mazurik ‘Cheater’ (in Light of the Cultural and Linguistic Image of Mazur in Slavic Traditions)

The article proves the hypothesis of the origin of the Russian colloquial word mazurik as deriving from the name of the Polish ethnographic group mazury ‘Mazurs’—inhabitants of Mazovia (in central and south-eastern Poland) as well as immigrants from this area to other places, mainly in the north-eas...
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Elena L. Berezovich [VerfasserIn]

Valeria S. Kuchko [VerfasserIn]

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Electronic Article

Language:

Bulgarian ; German ; English ; Kroatisch ; Russian

Published:

2017

Subjects:

этнолингвистика

славистика

славянская этимология

диалектная лексика

деривационное гнездо

этнолингвистический портрет

контаминация

лексические заимствования

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In: Slovene - Moscow State University of Education, 2014, 6(2017), 1

Containing Work:

volume:6 ; year:2017 ; number:1

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https://doaj.org/article/a96e85629a544e15854a6da1099c03da [kostenfrei]

http://slovene.ru/ojs/index.php/slovene/article/view/260 [kostenfrei]

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DOAJ029924804

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