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Bibliographic record number: 167728

Journal

Authors: Brozović Rončević, Dunja; Vuletić, Nikola
Title: Immigration of Sephardic Jews from the Iberian Peninsula to the South-Eastern European Territory (primarily to Dubrovnik and Sarajevo)
Source:
Meeting: Language Contact and Minority Languages conference, which will take place from , at .
Location and date: St Andrews University, Scotland, 11-13. 06. 2004
Keywords: onomastics; anthroponymy; Sephardic Jews; Jewish surnames
Abstract:
It is commonly accepted that, prior to their expulsion from Spain in 1492, Portugal in 1496 (notwithstanding numerous subsequent migrations in this particular case) and Navarra in 1498, Jews had used as their vernaculars the Romance languages of the co territorial non-Jews. After the expulsion this « ; ; ; linguistic baggage» ; ; ; was taken to diasporas, where eventually a Judeo-Spanish koiné was formed (on the Ottoman Empire and Maghreb territories), using the Castilian as the basic language component. As for the other Ibero-Romance languages (Araginese, Leonese, Catalan, Portugese) spoken by the exiled Jews, they eventually became obsolete but nevertheless did leave numerous features in phonology, morphology, syntax and especially in the lexicon of the newly formed Judeo-Spanish koiné. According to some scholars, the strongest impact of the Aragonese and the Portugese in the Judeo-Spanish can be observed in the Sephardic communities of the eastern coast of the Adriatic (it is Dubrovnik, Split and Valona), Sarajevo and Bitola.
Type of meeting: Pozvano
Type of presentation in a journal: Not published
Type of peer-review: International peer-review
Project / theme: 0101004, 0212104
Original language: ENG
Category: Znanstveni
Research fields:
Philology



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