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  1. Zu den Bedeutungen einiger im Siebenbürgisch-Sächsischen bezeugten Substantive: Fisimatenten, Kramantes, Mäuse, Schnörkel, Spamponaden; Ambāgesz, Fortomäntul, Matāni (Matānyǝ)

    The aim of this article is to elaborate on the nouns listed in the title based on selected vernacular records, which in a certain phrase, but also by themselves, express the meanings making troubles/difficulties and seeking excuses/evasions. First of... mehr

     

    The aim of this article is to elaborate on the nouns listed in the title based on selected vernacular records, which in a certain phrase, but also by themselves, express the meanings making troubles/difficulties and seeking excuses/evasions. First of all, Transylvanian Saxon and High German respectively the German colloquial language have these lexemes in common, as well as vernacular words that do not belong to this linguistic level. Furthermore, it should be clarified that these vernacular words are attested in different sound variants from case to case in the Rhenish, in the Palatine and in the Bavarian-Austrian vernaculars, in the same or similar meanings in corresponding vernacular dictionaries. Transylvanian Saxon proper vocabulary is represented by a borrowing from Latin and two borrowings from Romanian. The dialect documents presented in the article are taken from the Transylvanian-Saxon Dictionary, its archive, the North Transylvanian Dictionary as well as from dialect and specialist literature. The etymological explanations respectively the etymological considerations of the analyzed lexemes have been prepared mainly based on relevant specialist dictionaries.

     

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  2. Die Hebamme und ihre Benennungen im Siebenbürgisch-Sächsischen
    Erschienen: 05.08.2020

    This article covers midwives as such and their designations in the Transylvanian-Saxon vernaculars in detail with emphasis on the early documentary evidence in the first half of the 16th century as well as from the 18th century. The lexemes correlate... mehr

     

    This article covers midwives as such and their designations in the Transylvanian-Saxon vernaculars in detail with emphasis on the early documentary evidence in the first half of the 16th century as well as from the 18th century. The lexemes correlate their respective categories of word formation and show descriptive series of synonyms depicting at the same time the composition of the Transylvanian-Saxon vocabulary. Comments on the etymology of the word formations as well as on the midwife‘s profession are also included. The terms are taken from the Transylvanian-Saxon Dictionary and the North Transylvanian Saxon Dictionary as well as the specialist literature on vernacular.

     

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  3. Zu den Heiligennamen "Bartholomäus" und "Johannes" im Siebenbürgisch-Sächsischen, die auf biblische Heilige und deren Geburtstage zurückgehen
    Erschienen: 30.12.2021

    The article initially covers the historical information regarding two biblical saints „Saint Bartholomew“ and „John the Baptist“ and their birthdays. In vernacular documents from 1900 to 1980 inclusively, the Transylvanian-Saxon names „Bartholomew“... mehr

     

    The article initially covers the historical information regarding two biblical saints „Saint Bartholomew“ and „John the Baptist“ and their birthdays. In vernacular documents from 1900 to 1980 inclusively, the Transylvanian-Saxon names „Bartholomew“ and „John“ were related to the respective saint. The vernacular documents show that their birthdays were playing a role in seasonal determination for peasant work as well as being used in descriptive country sayings, in idioms and in traditional customs. The case examples are taken from the TransylvanianSaxon Dictionary, the North Transylvanian Dictionary, as well as relevant specialist and vernacular literature.

     

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  4. Zu „Deisam”, den damit gebildeten Komposita und dem Verb „deisamen” im Siebenbürgisch-Sächsischen (mit Einbezug rheinischer und rheinpfälzischer Mundartbelege)

    The lexeme „Deisam” in the sense of ‘sourdough’ is part of the vocabulary our ancestors brought with them from the German speaking space. Here in Transylvania the word gained its own meanings along the centuries, which is evidenced in particular word... mehr

     

    The lexeme „Deisam” in the sense of ‘sourdough’ is part of the vocabulary our ancestors brought with them from the German speaking space. Here in Transylvania the word gained its own meanings along the centuries, which is evidenced in particular word constructions, with interesting semantic content. These form the basis of linguistic processes of mixture and compensation within the whole vernacular landscape, which are typical for a colonial dialect. Since Transylvanian Saxon is assigned to the Franconian dialects of the Middle Rhine, in my exposition I also make reference to the Rhenish and Palatine lexicons. Dialectical references taken from the two dictionaries are identified in the footnotes.

     

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  5. Vergleichende Untersuchung bezüglich Verben im Sinne von „stöbernd suchen, kramen, wühlen“ im Siebenbürgisch-Sächsischen Wörterbuch (SSWB) und im Nordsiebenbürgisch-Sächsischen Wörterbuch (NSSWB)

    We start from the premise that the 240 Transylvanian-Saxon dialects in the Transylvanian-Saxon dictionary are treated according to scientific principles, while the Northern Transylvanian-Saxon dictionary documents the 48 Northern dialects. When... mehr

     

    We start from the premise that the 240 Transylvanian-Saxon dialects in the Transylvanian-Saxon dictionary are treated according to scientific principles, while the Northern Transylvanian-Saxon dictionary documents the 48 Northern dialects. When reviewing the vocabulary of both dictionaries it could be noted that they complement each other with respect to vocabulary and meaning, especially as far as the “grammatical category of the verb” is concerned. Case in point is my research of the verbs meaning “to rummage for, to search, to dig” which I have grouped and analyzed according to specific criteria.

     

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