Functioning of Paired Naming in the Modern Russian language

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The article is devoted to the functioning of paired names in modern Russian language - insufficiently studied stable combinations such as небо и земля, печки-лавочки, хлеб-соль, ни ответа ни привета . These units express a single, undifferentiated meaning, consist of two components connected by a compositional connection that belong to one part of speech (most often in paired names are nouns combinations, although there are also adverbs, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, numerals, interjections, onomatopes, prepositions and particles). Structural-semantic model, which is built on paired naming dates back to the ancient period of the language, however, continues to be used in XX-XXI centuries. The purpose of this article is consideration of features of the semantics and structure of the paired naming by the material from the resource "National corpus of the russian language". In addition, their frequency is presented in newspaper and oral speech, in parallel texts and poetic discourse, as well as in accentological and educational materials.


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Marina Vas. Pimenova

Vladimir State University named after Alexander Grigoryevich and Nikolay Grigoryevich Stoletov

Author for correspondence.
Email: pimenova-vgpu@yandex.ru
87, Gorky street, Vladimir, Russia, 600000

Doctor of Philology, Professor, Head of the Russian language Department of the Pedagogical Institute

Wu Lianlian

Vladimir State University named after Alexander Grigoryevich and Nikolay Grigoryevich Stoletov

Email: natasha0086007@mail.ru
87, Gorky street, Vladimir, Russia, 600000

PhD student of the Russian language Department of the Pedagogical Institute

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