Paralelní formace v anoikonymii Čech
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The article deals with the so-called parallel formations occurring in anoikonyms, i.e. lexical units having the same form but being formed differently. In the common-noun sphere of the language such formations are usually understood as word-formation homonyms, but due to the fact that proper nouns have no lexical meaning this term is not adequate in proper nouns. The material basis is formed by minor place names (anoikonyms, names of non-settlement geographical objects) form the territory of Bohemia. The core of the paper is formed by the typology of parallel formations in anoikonyms. The individual analysed types include (1) formations formed by a certain suffix attached to two or more different, but formally identical bases (e.g. BRAMBORKA from the common noun brambora, as well as from the anthroponym Brambora), (2) formations (predominantly adjectives) formed by a certain suffix form formally resembling oikonyms having different endings (e.g. BLANICKÝ from the oikonym Blanice, as well as from the oronym Blaník), (3) formations varying in the different position of the morphological juncture (e.g. PRAŽAČKA from the oikonym Praha + -ačka, as well as from the anthroponym PRAŽÁK + -ka), (4) formations from reduced toponymical bases formally identical with formations from shorter unreduced toponyms.
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