Phonological Development of Personal Names in Medieval Bosnia Cover Image

Fonološki razvoj ličnih imena u srednjovjekovnoj Bosni
Phonological Development of Personal Names in Medieval Bosnia

Author(s): Indira Šabić
Subject(s): Language studies, Language and Literature Studies, Middle Ages, Phonetics / Phonology, South Slavic Languages
Published by: Filozofski fakultet Univerziteta u Tuzli
Keywords: anthroponyms; phonological characteristics; semi-vowels (jer and jor) reflex; fugitive (semivowel or movable) a; reflex of jat; syllabic r and l; voice h; Old-Bosnian language;

Summary/Abstract: This paper will analyze the phonological changes in anthroponyms in old Bosnian language. This paper also deals with important features of the vocal and consonantal system in this defined Corps. The authors focus especially on changes that were realized in the field of medieval Bosnia: the reflexes semi-vowels (jer and jor), the reflexes of jat, changes l in o, changes s in š, and how to behave consonants r and l, and consonants h and f in local words and loanwords.

  • Issue Year: III/2017
  • Issue No: 3
  • Page Range: 29-46
  • Page Count: 18
  • Language: Bosnian