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THE SPEECH GLEARINGS IN MALI IŽ

Roman Jelić


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Abstract

Mali Iž is a small village on the island Iž in Zadar’s archipelago in the Croatian province of Dalmatia. Before the last war for liberation the village had 1398 inhabitants and now only 130 the age averaging 70 years. In the last war 204 were killed and after the war many emigrated in various cities of Yugoslavia and other countries such as USA, Canada and Australia. Until the end of this Cent. all inhabitants will die out because there are no mariages, no children.
The author reports in this article some linguistical chakavian particularities, then the christian names, surnames and nicknames, the local proverbs, comparisons, some children poems, usual comparisons, some children poems, satires, scoldings, curses, one wailing and three original songs.

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Hrčak ID:

129547

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/129547

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