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Authors: Kovačević, Miloš
Journal: Nasledje, Kragujevac
Issue Date: 2019
Abstract: The paper analyzes the somatic incongruent possessive syntagmas by means of which the possessor and the possessum are expressed by substitutive lexemes. Two types of structural and semantic types of somatic possessive constructions are thus analyzed: a) attributive somatic possessive syntagmas, representing the grammaticalized attributive constructions whereby the possessor and the possessum constitute substitutive syntagma (substitutive by means of which a man and the upper part of the body are signified via direct attributive correlation); besides the authentic attributive possessive syntagmas, the constructions also include attributive syntagmas conveying qualitative meaning or the meaning of a specific particularity; b) syntactic indirect somatic possessive syntagmas, constructions by means of which the correlation between syntexemas is obtained, but with no direct correlation in terms of syntagmatic correlation, that is to say the somatic possessivity is not obtained among the syntexemas that do not create the direct, but indirect syntagmatic construction. These constructions are those whereby the correlation obtained between two elements of a possessive relation is not expressed by the verb, but is constructed via the verb, thus the somatic units constituting the possessive correlation are not syntactically, but only semantically interrelated. The paper provides structural and semantic subclassification of the models in question, as well as a detailed analysis of the respective syntactic and semantic characteristics.
Type: article
ISSN: 18201768
Appears in Collections:The Faculty of Philology and Arts, Kragujevac (FILUM)

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