ПРИНЦИПИ ТА СПОСОБИ АТРИБУЦІЇ АНТРОПОНІМІВ ХРИСТИЯНСЬКОГО КАНОНІЧНОГО ПОХОДЖЕННЯ
AbstractThe article deals with the principles and methods of attributing their own names, which are part of the canonical Christian anthroponimicon. The most typical associations are analyzed, which are based on the principles of perception: paronymical and homonymous, metonymic, cliches, oriented on a specific carrier, word-formation, individual. The most productive of the associative types was found.In recent decades, the psycholinguistic approach to language and language, in particular to a phenomenon like onomasticon, becomes relevant. Such studies allow us to disclose the essence of social processes, since the name reflects the social and cultural life of society, information about the relations of people, their ethnic and religious affiliation, social status, territorial distribution, popularity / unpopularity, etc.Psycholinguistic research methods help to find out what kind of imprint different names in the minds of the native speakers are. The study of their own names in the psycholinguistic aspect, taking into account the interaction of language and the individual, reveals the nature of perceiving onymi as part of the linguistic picture of the world associated with the division of the environment, the allocation of individual objects in it in connection with their practical and conceptual significance for the carrier a certain linguistic culture. So, we set ourselves the goal to explore the principles and methods of attributing their own names, which are part of the canonical Christian anthroponymicon.We see, therefore, the task of analyzing the most typical associations that are due to the principles of perception, to identify the most productive of the associative types, to consider the factors that influence the perception of the name of a person.
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Рибалка, Я. (1). ПРИНЦИПИ ТА СПОСОБИ АТРИБУЦІЇ АНТРОПОНІМІВ ХРИСТИЯНСЬКОГО КАНОНІЧНОГО ПОХОДЖЕННЯ. Journal “Ukrainian sense”, (1). Retrieved from https://ukrsense.dp.ua/index.php/USENSE/article/view/238