SURNAMES OF TURKISHORIGIN IN WRITTEN MONUMENTS OF THE GREAT DUCHY OF LITHUANIA

Abstract

The structural and semantic antroponimics’ features of Turkic origin in terms of ethno-linguistic relations that existed on the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in XIV–XVI centuries are discussed in the article. Mutual influence processes, unification of anthroponimical systems are recorded on the multiethnic territory.

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Yu. A. Gurskaya

Belarusian State Pedagogical University name of Maxim Tank

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