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Contemporary linguistics, Vol.41-42 No.1-2 June 1996. -

Considering Academician R. Filipović-s major contributions to contrastive and contact linguistics,

the autor first ponders the possibility of writing an essay to his honor dealing with

Balkan Sprachbund phenomena or with the linguistic contacts of Croatian and German as

well as Hungarian, or Italian. However, given the present writer-s own earlier research in

the area of Greek-Old Church Slavonic language contacts and interference, some hitherto

less explored facts of this subject are briefly discussed. Notably, rather than once again considering

the already much studied syntactic and lexical Hellenisms Grecisms of Old

Church Slavonic, attention is focused on the semitisms which entered via Greek, hence

also referred to as -pseudo-Hellenisms- and the vernacular non-literary Byzantinisms of

the earliest liturgical and written language of the Slavs. Yet, the latter do at most qualify

as nascent incipient Balkanisms only.



Autor: Henrik Birnbaum - ; University of California, Los Angeles

Fuente: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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