Re: Questions and Impressions of Basque & Ukrainian
|From:||Tamás Racskó <tracsko@...>|
|Date:||Monday, September 6, 2004, 13:40|
On 2 Sep 2004 Alexander Savenkov <savenkov@XML...> wrote:
> > - gazda (master, landlord; similar to Russian
> > "gospodin" - wife says probably from Carpates)
> Please ask your wife to expand here. How are Carpates related to this?
Since this question remained unanswered, I gave the solution. It
is a Hungarism: this word is developed in Hungarian from Slavonic
word form "gospoda" and it was re-borrowed by neighbouring Slavonic
dialects, such as Slovak and Rusyn (Carpathian Ukrainian) on north-
east region. And these Carpathian dialects mediated the word into
more central idiolects.