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Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the Slovak language (1762-1813)

Joseph M. Kirschbaum

Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the Slovak language (1762-1813)

an address to the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Slavists on June 15th, 1962, at the McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont.

by Joseph M. Kirschbaum

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Published by Slovak Institute in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bernolák, Anton, -- 1762-1813

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 44-48.

    StatementJ.M. Kirschbaum.
    SeriesSlavistica -- no. 52, Slavistica; proceedings of the Institute of Slavistics of Ukrainian Free Academy of Sciences -- no. 52
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG5217B4 K6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination48 p. :
    Number of Pages48
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18855734M

    The Field Army Bernolák (Slovak: Slovenská Poľná Armádna skupina "Bernolák") was an infantry unit of the Axis Slovak Republic during World War was named after Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the literary Slovak language.. The division took part in the Invasion of Poland from September In October it returned to Slovakia and was upgraded to a fully motorized division. Anton Bernolák Pôvod a osudy jeho rodiny, život a dielo: Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the Slovak language, an address to the annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Slavists on June 15th, , at McMaster University. Bajzova slovenčina.

    Anton Bernolák's Gramatica Slavika used a West Slovak dialect as the standard written form, a transitional step to modern literary Slovak, but ultimately a failure. Even so, significant works were published using Bernolák's standards, beginning with Juraj Fándly 's Dúverná zmlúva medzi mňíchom a ďáblom (An intimate treaty between. It is a statue of the seated Anton Bernolák, who speaks to a group of people who are placed on a stepped stone pedestal. The stone part of the pedestal is made of Hořice sandstone. On this pedestal there is an inscription of the quote of this linguist and codifier of the first literary language of Slovaks: "Slovaks, write in Slovak!

    - In Anton Bernolák codified the first Slovak language (our language was based on cultural western Slovak language) à “Bernolákovčina“ - Representatives: Anton Bernolák, Juraj Fándly, Jozef Ignác Bajza, Juraj Papánek Anton Bernolák - Roman catholitic clergyman - He codified the first Slovak language. Anton Bernolák, a Catholic priest (), published the Dissertatio philologico-critica de litteris Slavorum in , in which he codifies a Slovak language standard that is based on the Western Slovak language of the University of Trnava but contains also some central Slovak elements, e.g. soft consonants ď, ť, ň, ľ and many words.


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[Joseph M Kirschbaum]. Anton Bernolák's Monument in Trnava is known for his quotation worth of the linguistand codifier of the first literary language of the Slovaks:“Slovaks, write in Slovak. Here is my word about your language." The surroundings of the sculpture are nicely decorated in a park style.

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Saint Trinity Chapel, popularly called Anton Bernolák's Chapel, in Nové Zámky, Slovakia, was built in in the baroque style. This chapel is located in a former stone cemetery of the town which was liquidated in Jakub Škultéty had it built to the God's fame.

The Chapel is considered a tribute to the codifier of the standard Slovak language, teacher, priest and school supervisor.

The first standard codification of the Slovak language by the priest Anton Bernolak in was based on the Slovak dialect used in the region of Trnava polyhistor Jakob Jakobeus poet, historian, priest, and writer Anton Bernolak Lower nobleman, Jesuit.

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Today, every country that uses Euro has the same paper bills. Nothing unique there. Our coins a. The Field Army Bernolák (Slovak: Slovenská Poľná Armádna skupina "Bernolák") was a field army of the Axis Slovak Republic during World War II.

It was named after Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the literary Slovak language. The Slovak 1st Infantry Division "Janošík" took part in the Slovak invasion of Poland in September Anton Bernolák, a Catholic priest (), published the Dissertatio philologico-critica de litteris Slavorum inin which he codifies a Slovak language standard that is based on the Western Slovak language of the University of Trnava but contains also some central Slovak elements, e.g.

soft consonants ď, ť, ň, ľ and many. Anton Bernolák (1 October in Slanica (Szlanica, a now inundated village near Námestovo) – 15 January in Nové Zámky (Érsekújvár)) was a Slovak linguist and Catholic priest and the author of the first Slovak language standard.

Anton Bernolák: | | | |Anton Bernolák| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Cultural West Slovak and cultural Central Slovak became the basis for the standard language codifications by Anton Bernolák in the end of the 18th century and by Ľudovít Štúr in the 's.

Field Army Bernolák: | |The Field Army Bernolák| (} | }}: ||Slovenská Poľná Armádna skupina "Bernolák World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

Example sentences with "Anton Bernolák", translation memory add example en The Catholic majority, organised as part of the wider cultural union of the Kingdom of Hungary, and the Slovak Learned Society, founded in in Trnava, argued for independence and codified the Slovak language, largely through the efforts of Anton Bernolák.

About Anton Bernolák Library To honour the first codifier of Standard Slovak, the important scholar and priest Anton Bernolák, who spent 16 years living and working in Nové Zámky and who"s buried here, the library chose in to carry his name. Monument to Anton Bernolák -one of the most important figures of the Slovak Enlightenment, linguist and legislator of the first literary Slovak language.

A monument to the memory of this pioneer of standard Slovak and the founder of the Slovak Scholarly Society, who worked in Trnava from to as a pastor and dean was unveiled on Octo In AugustNárodná banka Slovenska announced a public anonymous competition for the design of a euro silver collector coin commemorating the th anniversary of the birth of Anton Bernolák, a significant linguist and the first codifier of the Slovak language.

Eleven. Anton Bernolák (–) was a Catholic priest who codified the first form of the Slovak language, later called bernolákovčina (Bernolák’s language, ).

The language was based on dialects used in western Slovakia. Bernolák was an important linguist and founder of the Slovenské učené tovarišstvo (Slovak Learned Society).

This claim is supported by the history of the Slovak language, notably the codification attempts made by Anton Bernolák and Ľudovít Štúr as part of the Slovak National Revival Movement. National community tends to be perceived as being defined and categorized by a unified language, or by a homogenous grammar and lexicon shared equally.

Anton Bernolák (3 Oct. - 15 Jan. ) is one of the most notable figures in Slovak history and was a leading personality of Slovak national life in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

He was a Catholic priest and prominent linguist who became the first person to codify the Slovak language.The Field Army Bernolák (Slovak: Slovenská Poľná Armádna skupina “Bernolák“) was a field army of the Axis Slovak Republic during World War II.

It was named after Anton Bernolák, the first codifier of the literary Slovak Slovak 1st Infantry Division “Janošík” took part in the Slovak invasion of Poland in September Abstract. Two hundred years ago, inAnton Bernolák, philologist of the Slovak Enlightenment, published his Dissertatio Philologico-Critica, a constitutent part of which was the codification of the first literary norm of the Slovak three years earlier than this, the first Slovak novel, René mládenca príhody a skúsenosti (The adventures and experiences of young René.