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THE SEMANTICS OF COMPARATIVE PHRASEOLOGICAL

UNITS IN CLASSICAL ARMENIAN

 

LILIT AVETISYAN

 

 

The comparative phraseological units (CPUs) built on imagination are stable binominal compounds. Those components are linked. CPUs are con­si­de­rable in number within a language structure. Based on the act of communi­cation, CPUs of Classical Armenian are divided into two big classes: com­mu­ni­cative and nominative.

Communicative CPUs can be divided following semantic types, including semantically (partial or full) transfigurating compounds. These stable com­pounds include unilateral CPUs andidiomatic CPUs. Communicative CPUs can also be divided based on thematic groups.

Nominative polysemantic CPUs realise their meanings based on context. Synonymous and antonymous relations are typical of nominative polysemantic CPUs of Classical Armenian. Adjectival, adverbial, and verbal synonymic and antonymic compounds are included among nominative CPUs.The synonymic line of CPUs is a synchronic feature of the language, which consists of two or more CPUs. Antonymic CPUs are included within synonymic correlations with other CPUs, making certain synonymic-antonymic lines. 

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