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Slavica Slovaca


Volume 49, 2014, No. 2

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Sakramentárne preklady v systéme eucharistických bohoslužieb najstarších hlaholských rukopisov.
Ľuboš Lukoviny

Medieval liturgy, Kiew Folia, Fragmenta Vindobonensia, Euchologium Sinaiticum, Missale Sinaiticum, Sacramentary, Euchologium, Latin – Old Church Slavonic translations.

The article deals with oldest glagolitic liturgical manuscripts from 10th -11th centuries, especially with their parts, containing liturgical texts for Eucharistic Worship. Translations from the Latin Sacramentary come from and show a new perspective on the use of these manuscripts redefined the Old Church Slavonic liturgy, in which mixing occurs scheme Euchologium and Sacramentary.

How to cite (APA format):
Lukoviny, Ľ. (2014). Sakramentárne preklady v systéme eucharistických bohoslužieb najstarších hlaholských rukopisov. Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 103-120.


 
Kultúrne stereotypy v byzantsko-slovanskom konfesionálnom prostredí na Slovensku.
Peter Žeňuch

Ethnic identity, language identity, confessional identity, Rusnak (rusnak), Rusin, Slovak, Greek-Catholic Church.

The paper deals with the culture-historical and linguistic-historical context in use of terms Rusin – Rusnak (rusnak) in the West Slavic language milieu. The application of this term is evidenced in the context of the Byzantine-Slavic confessional tradition in the Carpathians and in the Eastern Slovakia as a sign of confessional, social as well as ethnic identity.

How to cite (APA format):
Žeňuch, P. (2014). Kultúrne stereotypy v byzantsko-slovanskom konfesionálnom prostredí na Slovensku. Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 121-137.


 
Fonologický systém spisovnej macedónčiny v širšom kontexte južnoslovanských jazykov.
Júlia Dudášová-Kriššáková

Phonological system, standard Macedonian, Slavonic languages, languages of Balcan language union.

In this text we introduce the description of phonological system of standard Macedonian from typologial point of view from broader context with southern-slavonic languages (Bulgarian, Serbian and Croatian), but also with languages of Balcan language union (Greek, Turkish, Albanian and Aromanian language). Without this broader comparative procedure it would not be possible to explain many special features in the sound system of standard Macedonian, in which development tendencies were overlapped, conditioned by border position of the language as well as by numerous interlanguage contacts with Slavonic and nonslavonic languages.

How to cite (APA format):
Dudášová-Kriššáková, J. (2014). Fonologický systém spisovnej macedónčiny v širšom kontexte južnoslovanských jazykov. Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 138-147.


 
Morfologické osobitosti medzijazykových homoným v súčasných slovanských jazykoch.
Marta Lacková

Homonym, word class, grammatical category.

The paper deals with lexical units of homonymic character that operate on inter-linguistic level in contemporary Slavic languages with the emphasis on their morphological features. Interlingustic homonyms are defined and classified in order to provide the theoretical background for further research. The above mentioned lexical units find their realization within the word classes of nouns, verbs, adjectives and marginally pronouns, adverbs. At the same time, they display differences in grammatical categories across the compared languages.

How to cite (APA format):
Lacková, M. (2014). Morfologické osobitosti medzijazykových homoným v súčasných slovanských jazykoch. Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 148-154.


 
O napätiach pri preklade bohoslužobného textu.
Jozef Pavlovič

Linguistics. Translation. Divine liturgy of the Byzantine-Slavonic rite. Theological critics. Pneumatology. Exclusive grammatical forms.

The study presents the typology of liturgical text, which is created in tension between the content (topic) components and the language expression as well as in tension with its source in a dead language.

How to cite (APA format):
Pavlovič, J. (2014). O napätiach pri preklade bohoslužobného textu. Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 155-164.


 
Frazeologické jednotky s jednočlenným gramatickým jadrom v slovenčine (Neosobné slovesá a neosobné varianty osobných slovies vo vetnom základe frazeologických jednotiek).
Ján Kačala

Cathegory of person in language, personal verbs, impersonal verbs, fundament of one-member sentence, phraseological units, Slovak language.

Defying the cathegory of person in grammatical and lexical level of language system and position of personal and impersonal verbs in grammar and lexis the author analyzes the occurence of impersonal verbs and impersonal variants of personal verbs functioning as fundaments of one-member sentences as they are used in phraseological units of Slovak language.

How to cite (APA format):
Kačala, J. (2014). Frazeologické jednotky s jednočlenným gramatickým jadrom v slovenčine (Neosobné slovesá a neosobné varianty osobných slovies vo vetnom základe frazeologických jednotiek). Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 165-171.


 
Архетипи національного буття крізь призму соціально-побутових поем Т. Г. Шевченка «Наймичка» і «Катерина»: компаративний зріз (до 200-річчя від дня народження).
Жанна Янковська

Taras Shevchenko, the poems “Catherine” and “Hireling”, archetypes of national being, concept “Home - Field - The Temple”, folklorism.

Literary works of Taras Shevchenko are extremely diverse. His painting and poetry are true reflection of national life. Applying to the method of interdisciplinary relations and S. Krymskiy’s cultural and philosophical concept “Home – Field – The Temple”, this exploration attempts to analyze social poem “Catherine” and “Hireling” to find national iconic archetypes. Author states that these archetypes confirm the presence of intra-deep receptive relationship between Shevchenko’s poems and folk art and inherency such features as folklorism.

How to cite (APA format):
Янковська, Ж. (2014). Архетипи національного буття крізь призму соціально-побутових поем Т. Г. Шевченка «Наймичка» і «Катерина»: компаративний зріз (до 200-річчя від дня народження). Slavica Slovaca, 49(2), 172-178.