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https://doi.org/10.31724/rihjj.44.1.8

Review of Kajkavian and Štokavian idioms of Reka near Koprivnica

Mijo Lončarić


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str. 299-330

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People in Reka speak altogether three idioms of Kajkavian and Štokavian: one Kajkavian with three varieties and two Štokavian ones. Most Croats speak, or spoke, Kajkavian, while fewer speak the East-Bosnian Ijekavian-šćakavian dialect. Serbs speak the Neoštokavian Ijekavian („Neoštakavian”, the interrogative pronoun is šta) East-Herzegovinian dialect. I have reviewed the Kajkavian idiom in the monograph Bilogorski kajkavski govori (Kajkavian idioms of Bilogora), and the Štokavian ones in the article Kalničko-bilogorska štokavština (Štokavian idioms of Kalnik and Bilogora). Since the Kajkavian idiom is my native idiom, I undertook a research of it for the Croatian language atlas (point 37a). I make a hypothesis about a language in Podravina before migrations, I speak about how the village emerged and I present the main characteristics of the idioms. I draw parallels with the neighbouring idioms as well.

Ključne riječi

Kajkavian, Štokavian, Croatian dialectology, Podravina, Reka

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203810

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/203810

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