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Declension of the present participle active in Croatian Church Slavonic
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Sudec, S. (2008). Deklinacija aktivnoga participa prezenta u hrvatskome crkvenoslavenskome jeziku. Slovo : časopis Staroslavenskoga instituta u Zagrebu, (56-57), 517-529. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/22381
The results of the comparison between the declension of the present participle active in Croatian Church Slavonic and the one in Old Church Slavonic are presented. Some well attested verbs were taken into consideration as well as the attestations in the oldest
Croatoglagolitic fragments. The declension according to the jo-stems is mostly well preserved, as well as the ending -e originating from the n-stems in the nominative plural masculine. Forms of the present participle active appear frequently. Besides the influence of the foreign patterns (Greek and Latin) reasons for the frequent apearance are economy and functionality of participle. Major influence of the soft pronominal declension is detected in the locative singular masculine and neuter, genitive dual masculine, dative and locative singular feminine. This is the only true inovation because the penetration of formative -ĉь- in the nominative singular masculine and neuter, ending -a in the nominative singular feminine, and ending -i in the nominative plural masculine is also known in the canonical Old Church Slavonic texts.
Croatian Church Slavonic; declension; participle; present participle active
Hrčak ID: 22381
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