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Title:LEDINSKA IN HIŠNA IMENA V OBČINI ORMOŽ
Authors:Grivec, Barbara (Author)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:V diplomskem delu z naslovom Ledinska in hišna imena v izbranih naseljih občine Ormož so zbrana ledinska in hišna imena v Frankovcih, v Loperšicah, v Pušencih in na Humu pri Ormožu. Narečje, ki se govori na tem območju, imenujemo prleško, gre za spodnjeprleški govor. Gradivo je v osnovi pridobljeno z ustnimi viri, zapisano v fonetični obliki in obravnavano s stališča etimologije. Ledinska imena so predstavljena po naslednjem vzorcu: poknjiženi iztočnici sledi narečni zapis imena v imenovalniku in mestniku, temu pa sledita slovnična oznaka za spol ter številka GERK-a. Pri manj znanih besedah je dodana tudi strokovna razlaga, pri čemer so mi bili v pomoč Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika (SSKJ), Pleteršnikov slovar (Plet.), Bezlajev Etimološki slovar slovenskega jezika (ESSJ) in Snojev Slovenski etimološki slovar (SES). Hišna imena so razporejena glede na izvor in zapisana v fonetični obliki. Tako ledinska kakor tudi hišna imena so del naše kulturne dediščine in predstavljajo bogastvo pokrajine. Iz njih lahko razberemo številne pokrajinske značilnosti, človekove pretekle dejavnosti kakor tudi posameznikov odnos do okolja, v katerem živi in dela. Imena so raznolika, številna, med domačini še precej živa in se ohranjajo z ustnim izročilom. Večina zbranih imen je slovenskega izvora.
Keywords:dialektologija, imenoslovje (onomastika), toponomastika, ledinsko ime (mikrotoponim), hišno ime, Ormož.
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[B. Grivec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:811.163.6'282(043.2):81'373.2(497.4Ormož)
COBISS_ID:17786376 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:YM0W4HTJ
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Language:English
Title:MICROTOPONYMS AND HOUSE NAMES IN THE SELECTED VILLAGES IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF ORMOŽ
Abstract:In the dissertation entitled Microtoponyms and house names in the selected villages of the municipality of Ormož, there is a collection of microtoponyms and house names at Frankovci, Loperšice, Pušenci and Hum pri Ormožu villages. The dialect spoken in this area is referred to as the “prleško” dialect; moreover, this is a speech of the “Spodnjeprleška” area. The research material was primarily acquired through oral sources, transcribed phonetically and dealt with from the etymological point of view. Microtoponyms are presented in the following pattern: a standardized headword is followed by a dialectical transcription of the name in the nominative and locative case, then follows a grammatical form for gender and the number of GERK (i. e. lot number). Less familiar words are also provided with an explanation, for which the Dictionary of Standard Slovenian was used (Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jzika – SSKJ), Pletersnik's Dictionary (Pleteršnikov slovar – Plet.), Bezljaj's Etymological Dictionary of Slovene language (Etimološki slovar slovenskega jezika – ESSJ) and Snoj's Slovenian Etymological Dictionary (Slovenski etimološki slovar – SES). House names are arranged according to their origin and given in phonetic transcription. Microtoponyms as well as house names are a part of our cultural heritage and represent the riches of the landscape. These proper nouns manifest numerous landscape characteristics, man's past activities as well as individual's relationship with the environment in which s/he lives and works. The names are varied, numerous and still very much alive among the locals. They are preserved through oral tradition. The majority of gathered names are of Slovene origin.
Keywords:dialectology, onomastics, toponymics, microtoponym, house name, Ormož.


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