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Record #197967:

Безеквивалентная лексика Севера как один из способов заимствований в английский язык

Title: Безеквивалентная лексика Севера как один из способов заимствований в английский язык
Title, transliterated: Bezekvivalentnai︠a︡ leksika Severa kak odin iz sposobov zaimstvovaniĭ v angliĭskiĭ i︠a︡zyk / R.I. Salimova.
Translated title: Non-equivalent vocabulary of the North as one of the ways of borrowing in English.
Author(s): Salimova, R. I.
Date: 2007.
Language: Russian.
In: Severo-Vostochnyĭ nauchnyĭ Zhurnal. (2007.), Vol. 1(1) (2007)
Abstract: Examines ways in which English acquires new vocabulary, in particular borrowing words from various languages. Focuses on words borrowed from languages of indigenous peoples of North.
Notes:

Severo-Vostochnyĭ nauchnyĭ Zhurnal. Vol. 1(1) :7-10 (2007).

Keywords: 81 -- Linguistics and languages.
81'373 -- Lexicology.
81'373.23 -- Names of persons, groups and peoples. Anthroponomy.
S -- Literature and Language.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
SPRI record no.: 197967

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