Polska frazeologia potoczna w rosyjskiej gwarze staroobrzędowców w Polsce

  1. Magdalena Grupa-Dolińska ORCiD: 0000-0003-3285-1451


Polish colloquial phraseology in the Old Believers Russian dialect in Poland

The Old Believers in Poland are a bilingual community. They use Russian dialect and Polish language depending on the communicative situation. From the second half of the 20th century assimilative processes of the Polish language-cultural environment became more intense. Therefore, in their Russian dialect and culture a stronger influence of Polish elements is noticeable.
The aim of this article is to analyze meanings of examples of colloquial phraseology from the Polish language functioning in the Russian dialect of the Old Believers in Poland and to analyze the structure of phraseological units that are a consequence of the influence of the Polish language on the Russian dialect.

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Język a Kultura

27, 2017

Pages from 225 to 233

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