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On the lexical-semantic field 'to smell good, to smell bad' in Czech
Janyšková, Ilona
The paper deals with the verbs in Czech – on the background of other Slavonic languages – that express the meaning ‘to smell good, to smell bad’, and their semantic motivation.
Etymological research into Czech. Proceedings of the Etymological Symposium Brno 2017, 12-14 September 2017, Brno
Janyšková, Ilona ; Karlíková, Helena ; Boček, Vít
The contributions included in this book were presented at the international scientific conference Etymological Symposium Brno 2017, with the subtitle Etymological Research into Czech. It was organized by the Department of Etymology of the Institute of the Czech Language of AS CR in Brno as a part of the project of the Czech Science Foundation Etymological Dictionary of the Old Church Slavonic Language: Summing up a Generational Project.
Where have the Old Czech words gone? III
Janyšková, Ilona
The paper deals with the etymological explanation of some words in Old Czech: pastýř, chalužník, prták.
Where have the Old Czech words gone? II
Janyšková, Ilona
The paper deals with the etymological explanation of some words in Old Czech: pohlodek, přátro, pihva.
Theory and empiricism in Slavonic diachronic linguistics
Janyšková, Ilona ; Karlíková, Helena
The topic of the present volume is theory and empiricism in Slavonic diachronic linguistics. The authors of the papers deal with theoretical issues of diachronic linguistics illustrated primarily by the Slavonic language data or with empirical questions of Slavonic diachronic liguistics leading to general theoretical conclusions.
On some Czech-Russian lexical parallels
Janyšková, Ilona
The article deals with some Czech words and their parallels both in literary Russian and in Russian dialects; it also explains their etymology: Czech šutka ‘a goat without horns’ and Russian šutka ‘joke, fun’, Czech slanina ‘meat from pig that is treated with smoke and salt’ and Russian slanina ‘litter, bedding’, Czech čurání ‘urination’ and Russian čuran’je ‘screaming „čur!“’, Czech celovat and Russian celovat’ both ‘kiss’.

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