МОРФЕМНА ДЕЕТИМОЛОГІЗАЦІЯ В СУЧАСНІЙ МОВІ

  • Ярослава Рибалка

Abstract

The article deals with the problems of morphological detemiologization, which may affect the obscurity of the origin of words. The most typical changes in the morphemic composition of words are analyzed: simplification, fragmentation, complication. The structural schemes of the methods of formation of deimitologized tokens are determined, more productive word-forming means are revealed.The darkening of the etymology of words can significantly affect a factor such as deemitologization, when the links between the motivated and the motivators are erased, and the boundaries between the original and the derived values are expanded. Therefore, the study of these phenomena can serve as a reliable apparatus in solving etymological problems.Eclipse of the inner form of the word is widespread even in common-sense words, which supposedly should have a clear motivation. This is due to the fact that in the process of functioning morphemes of the root (where it contains the main motivation) its value may not manifest itself.The wiped or darkened internal form of the word has a significant scientific potential, because it can be used as one of the elements of historical and philological approaches to the formation of models of the language consciousness of the past. Words with a lost inner form are of great interest to psycholinguistics.They are the material for a systematic description of the thinking process of people who lived in past centuries, that is, they allow us to trace the connection between language and thinking in diachrony. In this regard, relatively promising areas of further scientific activity can be considered a comparable analysis of the erased internal form of words, as well as the study of its reuse in the creation of new semantic units.

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Рибалка, Я. (1). МОРФЕМНА ДЕЕТИМОЛОГІЗАЦІЯ В СУЧАСНІЙ МОВІ. Journal “Ukrainian sense”, (1). Retrieved from https://ukrsense.dp.ua/index.php/USENSE/article/view/217
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