CHRONOTOPIC PHRASEOLOGICAL SYMBOLS OF OLD-HIGH GERMAN

Keywords: phraseological world representation, Old High German, set expression

Abstract

The thesis is devoted to the linguocultural study of the formation of German phraseological units during VIII-XI centuries. The paper suggests a new approach to the study of German phraseology from diachronic aspect of linguoculturology, which consists in identification of national-cultural factors relevant for the formation ofphraseological world representation of Old High German period. The criteria for establishing the national-cultural specificity of phraseology have been defined. The experience of systematization of phraseological units in diachrony based on a system of images and values of a certain historical period have been described. Historical and genetic analyses of phraseological units have been determined. The article is closely connected with the definition of peculiarities of space-time experience of the speakers of Old High German language as one of the most important extralingual fragment of reality. The usage of this approach can give a complete picture of national-cultural peculiarities of phraseological system of German of VIII-XI centuries. National- cultural factors relevant for formation of phraseological world representation of Old High German period have been determined.

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Published
2021-02-22
Section
Language mappings of the world: linguacultural, linguacognitive and ethnolinguis