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Latin Idioms with an Onomastic Component in a Linguo-Culturological Context


Authors:
Pepa Lungarova Medical University of Pleven, Bulgaria

Pages: 59-75
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/SVOO2015

Abstract:

The present paper explores the phraseological meaning and linguistic-cultural aspects of the latin phraseological units, so called “”flying thoughts”, containing onomastic component. The material was selected from “Dictionary of the Latin flying thoughts” (1982), edited by N. Babichev and J. Borovskij. The attention is paid to the semantic of phraseologisms, to different approaches of their synchronic and diachronic description, and to cultural specificity. Reflecting the nature of the Roman conception of the world and the human relationships phraseological units proceed from the subjective human experience. Proper names are linguistic items fulfilling a referential function. The proper names in phraseological units are of great importance in communication where they are signs of cultural, linguistic, geographical, ethnic and social identity.

Keywords:

phraseological unit; onomastic component; anthroponyms; toponyms; antonomasia; concept; cultural-linguistic aspect

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