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Names of Trees in East Slavic Charms
The paper deals with the Proto-Slavic two-part personal names reconstructed in the Etymological Dictionary of Slavic Languages (EDSL), vols. 1–42. Indo-European by their origin, these names retained their use among all Slavs even after the adoption of Christianity and the assimilation of the Christian name set. The author examines the set of lexical units that occur in two-part proto-Slavic anthroponyms, the rules of their design (pure basis, truncated basis, word form) and connection with onedoi:10.15826/vopr_onom.2021.18.2.016 fatcat:esvbihqydjhjvdvmvblfsdt5hi