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THE KURNAT GAJETA - THE HOLY BOAT

Vladimir Skračić ; Odjel za francuski jezik i književnost Sveučilišta u Zadru, Zadar, Hrvatska



Sažetak

This work has been an attempt to review, emotionally and expertly, a fraction of Adriatic heritage and thečakavian lexis which is disappearing. It is about the gajeta (half-decked one-masted fishing boat), a wooden boat which was used for centuries by the islanders in the Šibenik-Zadar archipelago, especially on the island of Murter. It was a vessel of unique structure: not light or heavy, used for fishing and for transport of goods, open anc closed, easy to manipulate and start. It was a multipurpose vessel - an omnibus boat, various boats in one.
This wooden boat and its equipment have its specific lexis, characterised by loanwords from Roman languages, especially on the island of Murter. It was a vessel of unique structure: not light or heavy, used for fishing and for transport of goods, open anc closed, easy to manipulate and start. It ws a multipurpose vessel- an omnibus boat, various boats in one.
This wooden boat and its equipment have its specific lexis, characterised by loanwords from Roman languages, especially Venetian. However, this lexis has been entirely integrated into thečakavian system. Except for the form of the glossary, this lexis has been considerably listed and used in the context of two poems by the Muter poet Ivo Šikić - Balara. This is why tey follow the article.

Ključne riječi

boat, Betina, Filipi, gajeta, Kornati, Murter, island, property, fishing

Hrčak ID:

61953

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/61953

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski francuski

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