DOI: https://doi.org/10.30840/2413-7065.3(60).2016.141347

До перспектив індоєвропейських ономастичних студій (у контексті тлумачення потамоніма Дніпро)

Serhii Nalyvaiko

Анотація


У статті на тлі новітнього тлумачення потамоніма «Дніпро» розглянуто перспективи сучасних індоєвропейських ономастичних студій у контексті реконструкції етнокультурної історії Східної Європи у давню добу.


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індоєвропейська проблема; етнокультурна історія України; етимологія; ономастика; гідронімія; потамонім; Дніпро; Бористен; Варух

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