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The Accentuation of I-Verbs in the Local Dialect of Banjole

David Mandić ; Odjel za humanističke znanosti, Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli, Pula, Hrvatska

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The aim of this paper is an analysis of the accentuation of i-verbs in the local dialect of the village of Banjole (c. 6 km south of Pula, Croatia), which belongs to the Premantura subgroup of the Southwest Istrian dialect group. This dialect subgroup is particularly interesting as it is characterised by certain features that are typical of Štokavian (e. g. the Gen. pl. ending -ā) and it probably represents a remnant of the transitional South Čakavian-West Štokavian dialects, which was brought to Istria during the migrations in the 16th and 17th centuries. The accentual system of these dialects differs somewhat from those of the rest of the Southwest Istrian, even in some general traits (such as retraction of stress to a preceeding syllable in a larger number of contexts, the preservation of the Com-mon Slavic retraction of stress to proclitics etc.), which is one of the reasons why they are classified as a distinct dialect subgroup.
Concerning the accentuation of i-verbs, the state of affairs in various Slavic dialects is diverse and complex. This description of the situation in the dialect of Banjole should contribute to the image acquired by research in other Slavic dialects and help in the reconstruction of the accentuation of this verbal type in Common Slavic.

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stress; accent; accentual paradigm; i-verbs; Common Slavic; Southwest Istrian dialect group; Premantura dialects; Banjole

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