N. A. Kulakova (Saransk, Russia). Function and features of phrasal semantics in the dialects of the Moksha language

Function and features of phrasal semantics in the dialects of the Moksha language

Kulakova Nadezhda A.,
Candidate Sc. {Philology}, Associate Professor, Department of Mordovian Languages, Ogarev Mordovia State University (Saransk, Russia), nad_kul@rambler.ru

The article studies the functioning of dialect phraseological units in the dialects of Moksha-Mordovians. It also considers the lexical and semantic features as well as phrasal semantic groups of dialectal phraseological units.

 Keywords: functioning; dialect phraseology; Moksha language; phraseological unit; voices; semantic features; phrasal semantics.

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