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ეტიმოლოგიური ძიებანი: კაცი, ადამიანი

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dc.contributor.author ივანიშვილი/ Ivanishvili, მარინე/ Marine
dc.date.accessioned 2022-12-16T07:52:27Z
dc.date.available 2022-12-16T07:52:27Z
dc.date.issued 2022-12-20
dc.identifier.citation სამეცნიერო კონფერენცია ტოგო გუდავა – მეცნიერი და მასწავლებელი, ეძღვნება დაბადებიდან 100 წლისთავს, თეზისები, 20 დეკემბერი 2022, გვ. 19-22 en_US
dc.identifier.uri http://dspace.tsu.ge/xmlui/handle/123456789/2002
dc.description.abstract -ian (possesive suffix in Georgian) is derived from the marker -ean, the function of which in the Old Georgian should have been to indicate the origin from someone from which the understanding of possession and succession should have developed: krist’-ian-i (Christian), mahmadian- i (Muslim), etc. (Shanidze 1953, 1976). adamian-i (human), a descendant of Adam, a rational being. Old Geo. adam-ean-i (A-1105, 83v – Abuladze, 1973: 2) and adamian- i (A-162, 15v – Sarjveladze, 1995: 1). It is derived from the proper name Adam with the suffix -ean/-ian. In the Old Georgian, k’aci (man) is common in this sense. k’ac-i, “human; man” has been recorded since the 5th century. It is of common Kartvelian origin. Based on the correspondence Geo. k’ac- k’ac-i “man; husband”: Megr. k’oč- k’oč-i “man; husband” : Laz. k’oč- k’oč-i “man; husband”; k’očon- i k’oč-i “manly (real) man” : Svan. č’äš- / č’š- č’äš “husband”; č’äš-jak/ le- č’š-Gr-i “fiancé” for the common Kartvelian level *k’ac1- archetype is reconstructed (Chikobava 1938; Klimov 1964; Fähnrich, Sarjveladze 2000; Fähnrich 2007; Kurdiani 2007; Chukhua 2008; Gigineishvili 2016). Issues related to the understanding of the named concepts and typological parallels from different languages will be discussed in the paper. en_US
dc.language.iso ge en_US
dc.subject ქართველური ენები en_US
dc.subject ეტიმოლოგია en_US
dc.subject ტიპოლოგია en_US
dc.subject Kartvelian Languages en_US
dc.subject Etymology en_US
dc.subject Typology en_US
dc.title ეტიმოლოგიური ძიებანი: კაცი, ადამიანი en_US
dc.title.alternative ETYMOLOGICAL RESEARCH: k'aci (MAN), adamiani (HUMAN) en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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