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Slavica Slovaca

Volume 49, 2014, No. 1


  K výkladu neznámeho textu na plakete z Bojnej
Ľubomír Kralčák

Bojna´s inscription, Sinai Psalter, text-critical, historical-grammatical and paleographic notes.

The article is a contribution to the discussion about an inscription on one of the precious gold-coated plaques found during archeological excavations in the village Bojná dated to the first third of the 9th century. The motivation for writing this polemical contribution was the interpretation of P. Žigo who clarifies this inscription as a Glagolitic written initial abbreviation of the first verse of 24th David’s Psalm.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 3-10.

  Druhý slovanský život svätého Nauma Ochridského – komentár a preklad s paralelným originálnym textom
Andrej Škoviera

The second Slavonic life of St. Nahum of Ochrid, Disciples of St. Cyril and Method, Great Moravia, St. Nahum of Ochrid, hagiography.

Slovak translation of the Second Slavonic Life of St. Nahum of Ochrid with parallel Church Slavonic original text, comments especially on the theological and historical content, question of the date and place of creation of the original text and its relation to other known cyrillo-methodian sources, short overview of all lives dedicated to St. Nahum of Ochrid.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 11-19.

  Svätí Konštantín-Cyril a Gregor z Nazianzu – služobníci s/Slova
Erika Brodňanská

St. Constantine-Cyril, St. Gregory of Nazianzus, poetry, eloquence, education, spiritual life

The activity of both saints, Constantine-Cyril and Gregory of Nazianzus, is characterized by several similarities (love for education, inclination towards spiritual life, longing for solitude) that may have been influenced by Constantine’s selection of Gregory as a special patron. The study is based on the hypothesis that not only Gregory’s panegyrics and his autobiographical poem De vita sua but also a wider spectrum of Nazianzen’s poetic works influenced Constantine. It shows some selected Gregory’s verses reflected in the life and works of St. Constantine.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 20-30.

  «Медвежьи» растения в словацком языке
Valerija Borisovna Kolosova

Ethnobotany, Ethnolinguistics, Slovak language, phytonyms, bear.

The article concerns a limited group of Slovak phytonyms formed of the word медведь ‘bear’. There are very few of them, which is typical for Western Slavonic languages. The motivations of the plant names are rather various; many of them are Latin and German calques.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 31-36.

  Jazyk v diele Jozefa Ignáca Bajzu
Jana Skladaná

Jozef Ignác Bajza, René mládenca príhody a skúsenosti, Anton Bernolák, codification of Slovak language.

This paper analyzes the J. I. Bajza’s work René mládenca príhody a skúsenosti in terms of several language levels: orthography, phonology, morphology, word formation, vocabulary, syntax. Particularly the paper deals with a great deal of individual phrasemes that in work are occurred. In conclusion the author presents the reasons why J. I. Bajza failed his codification. Despite of this the author states that J. I. Bajza belongs to predecessors of codification of literary Slovak language before Anton Bernolák.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 37-41.

  Východoslovensko-rusínské lexikální paralely na materiálu Atlasu slovenského jazyka
Michal Vašíček

Eastern Slovak dialects, Rusyn dialects, language contact, lexical parallels.

This paper focuses on language contacts between the Eastern Slovak and Rusyn dialects in the North-Eastern Slovakia, in particular, on the lexical borrowings and parallels in these dialects. The paper is primarily based on the Atlas of the Slovak Language; in addition, it relies on a range of other dialectological sources. The comparison with the atlases of local Rusyn and Ukrainian dialects enables retracing of the territorial spread of lexical parallels in these related Slavonic dialects. The observations are also made regarding an increase in the intensity of contacts between the dialects in direction from East to West.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 42-57.

  Jazyková situácia na severovýchodnom Slovensku v povojnovom období (po roku 1945)
Mária Čižmárová

linguistic situation, Ukrainians, ethnic print, ethnic schools, national minority education

The paper discusses the language situation among Ruthenians-Ukrainians in Northeastern Slovakia in the postwar period. The author focuses her attention on the ethnic print, ethnic radio and national minority education.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 58-64.

  Pohrebné obyčaje a povery súvisiace so smrťou u Slovákov v Starej Pazovej
Anna Marićová

The deceased, burial, funeral feast, afterlife.

The paper elaborates the customs related to death such as: looking after the deceased before he/she is put into a coffin, the customs at home and at the cemetery, the burial as the final farewell to children, young and old people, the mourning clothes and the funeral feast. Death is connected to various beliefs regarding the afterlife of the deceased.

Slavica Slovaca. Volume 49, 2014, No. 1: 65-70.