LEXICAL AND SEMANTIC VARIABILITY OF FREQUENTLY USED LITURGICAL TEXTS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE (BASED ON THE LITTLE LITANY)

Abstract

The article is devoted to the study of lexical and semantic features of Litany as an independent type of text and as a part of German Orthodox divine service. It is established that litany is a potentially variable part of service which is strongly influenced by external historical factors. Viewed translated versions of little Litany are also characterized by lexical and semantic variability.

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E. V. Plisov

Linguistics
University of Nizhny Novgorod

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