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Volume 50, 2018The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2018)
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Russian and Siberian-Tatar language contacts in middle of XX century
Tyumen state university, Tyumen, Russia
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This article is devoted to the language contacts between the Siberian Tatars and the Russians in the XX century. We have executed a research of the Russian borrowed lexicon in the dictionary of dialects of the Siberian Tatars, written by D.G. Tumasheva in 1992. 93 borrowed lexemes from Russian and Western European languages relating mainly to the household sphere of language functioning of the Siberian Tatars have been revealed. We assume that there were Russian loanwords in the language of the Siberian Tatars in the third period of the development of the Tatar people’s spoken language, namely in the 40-60s of the XX century. The author revealed several borrowed lexemes from the dictionary of dialects of the Siberian Tatars, pertaining to the household lexicon of the language of the Siberian Tatars. The direct permanent intense and stable contacts between the Russian and Tatar unrelated languages led to the emergence of broad and thematically diverse formation of Russian loanwords in the Tatar language. The household sphere of functioning of the Siberian Tatar language is less susceptible to intrusion of foreign vocabulary. Thus, in order to analyze its structural and semantic development, there was an attempt to analyze the identified borrowing according to two corpuses of the Tatar language, namely to identify the right words and confirm the use of the language, as well as to determine the frequency of their usage. According to the Tatar National Corpus “Tugantel” and the Corpus of written Tatar, the most frequent borrowings are өstәl (TNC 4682, CWT-16155), kөpkә (TNC -1242, CWT 9547), Torba (TNC -206, CWT-1141).
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