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001-es BibID:BIBFORM113648
035-os BibID:(Scopus)85161392821
Első szerző:Rácz Anita (nyelvész)
Cím:Settlement names referring to Czech settlers in medieval Hungary / Rácz, Anita
Megjegyzések:There are no Hungarian written sources from the time preceding the Conquest. Latin-language written culture in Hungary emerged with the establishment of the Kingdom of Hungary in the Carpathian Basin (in 1000 with the coronation of St. Stephen) and the conversion to Christianity. The early Latin (less frequently Greek) written sources created at this time (charters, chronicles, etc.) contain Hungarian words and expres-sions only sporadically and they were mostly proper names designating places. These, however, due to their early appearance and low number have proved to be truly valu-able in studies of historical linguistics. Historical studies also greatly rely on the conclusions drawn from them when exploring the early history of Hungarians and they attempt to describe the ethnic and population history of the contemporary Carpathian Basin also in consideration of the results of historical linguistics concerning the se-mantic and etymological features of names and their origin. In this respect, the settlement names rooted in ethnonyms have a key role as they also shed light on relations between Hungarians and other peoples. In this paper, I study those settlement names that may refer to Western Slavic settlers designated by the cseh ethnonym in medieval Hungarian language. ? 2023, Czech Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved.
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Megjelenés:Acta Onomastica. - 64 : 1 (2023), p. 157-171. -
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