Mira Menac-Mihalic

Mira Menac-Mihalic
University of Zagreb · Department of Philosophy

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U prvom dijelu članka prikazuje se način kartografiranja u Općeslavenskom lingvističkom atlasu. U drugom dijelu na temelju građe pitanja L 1775 ‘ребенок’ i 1776 SlFPM ‘dtę’ /и произв/ OLA donose se četiri jezične karte.
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Based on material for the Slavic Linguistic Atlas, Slovenian Linguistic Atlas, and Croatian Linguistic Atlas, and on other printed material and available field studies, three phenomena in Croatian and Slovenian organic dialects have been mapped. The results are analyzed and commented on, showing what unites the systems studied, what divides them, a...
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Životinje u frazeološkom ruhu zbornik je većega dijela radova izloženih na međunarodnom znanstvenom skupu Animalistički frazemi u slavenskim jezicima. Skup je održan 21. i 22. ožujka 2014. godine na zagrebačkom Filozofskom fakultetu u sklopu istoimenoga istraživanja kojem je Sveučilište u Zagrebu dodijelilo potporu u studenom 2013. godine. Na skupu...
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Kajkavian phrasemes in their composition and structure do not differ fundamentally from the phrasemes in the Croatian standard language. Phonetical, phonological, morphological, syntactic and other variants can be found in the phraseology of particular Kajkavian speeches, along with a rich phraseological synonymy, antonymy, homonymy and polysemy. T...
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Idioms with a personal name as a component have been collected in different parts of the Croatian vernacular. In Croatian local dialects there are many universal idioms that can also be found in other European and world languages. There are also many different local idioms. The meaning and structure of an idiom are often the same in various local d...
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The paper covers the phonological system (vocalism) in Lovreć’s speech based on field work and existing bibliography. The authors give vowel and prosodic inventories describing features of distribution in it. They complete the existing description and illustrate the changes which may have occurred in the last four decades.
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U Murteru se m. rod jd. glagolskog pridjeva radnog tvori na način koji je u čakavskom područ ju najrjeđe potvrđen - svi glagoli, bez obzira završava li im osnova na a ili na neki drugi samoglasnik, mogu imati sufiks -ja. Utvrđuju se temeljni naglasci pridjeva radnog. Promatra se pomak siline u ženskom rodu jednine.

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    • Hrvatska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti, Zagreb, Croatia
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