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Дудика, Негваръ: два германских антропонима в новгородских памятниках

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dc.contributor.author Назаренко, Александр Васильевич
dc.date.accessioned 2018-01-24T00:18:44Z
dc.date.available 2018-01-24T00:18:44Z
dc.date.issued 2015
dc.identifier.citation Slověne, 1/2015, s. 323–333 en_US
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12528/521
dc.description.abstract According to the Novgorod First Chronicle (in entries from 1055 and 1058), a servant (xolopъ) and probably steward (tiunъ) of the Novgorodian bishop Luka had the name Dudika. The name seems to be of Lower German origin (< Old Saxon Dōdico), and so Dudika himself must have been a Saxon. That is why, after he was convicted of calumniating his bishop, he fled to Germany (v Němci). A person named Negvar is mentioned in the year 1200 in the pilgrimage book of Antonius, archbishop of Novgorod, as a member of an embassy to Constantinople, which was directed by Roman Mstislavich, duke of Galich. This name can be interpreted as an Old Russian version of the Old Nordic Ingvarr. As a result of metathesis in the muta cum liquida group, after the pattern of the Slavic *orb- > old Russian rob-, a virtual form like the Old Russian *Nigvarъ might have appeared. The further transformation *Nigvarъ > Negvar was induced by frequent personal name models either with the initial group Ne- (such as Nedanъ, Nevidъ) or with the first stem Něg- (such as Něgoradъ). So the Old Scandinavian Ingvarr was reflected as a loan-name in the Old Russian dialects three times: Igorь (before losing the nasal vowels), Inъgvarъ, and Negvarъ (before and after losing the reduced vowels in unaccented positions). en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.subject Dudika pl
dc.subject Negvar pl
dc.subject Дудика ru
dc.subject Негваръ ru
dc.subject antroponimia pl
dc.subject zapożyczenie pl
dc.subject germanizm pl
dc.subject język staroruski pl
dc.subject język środkowodolnoniemiecki pl
dc.subject język staronordycki pl
dc.subject Nowogród pl
dc.subject anthroponimy en_US
dc.subject loanword en_US
dc.subject germanism en_US
dc.subject Old Russian en_US
dc.subject Middle Low German en_US
dc.subject Old Norse language en_US
dc.subject Novgorod en_US
dc.title Дудика, Негваръ: два германских антропонима в новгородских памятниках ru
dc.title.alternative Dudika, Negvar: Two German Anthroponyms in Texts from Novgorod en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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