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SOURCE:    Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2021. № 11. P. 3415-3419.
SCIENTIFIC AREA:    Philological Sciences
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Compound Nouns of Subordinate Type in the Hungarian Language

Ariskina Tatyana Pavlovna
Ogarev Mordovia State University

Submitted: 15.10.2021
Abstract. The paper aims to identify the most productive word-formation models for compound nouns of subordinate type in the Hungarian language. The main focus of attention lies in the consideration of different parts of speech as the first component. The scientific originality of the research consists in the thorough analysis of compound nouns of subordinate type in the Hungarian language on the material of the dictionary "Magyar-orosz sz?t?r = Hungarian-Russian Dictionary". As a result, it has been revealed that any part of speech can be the first component, while the second component is presented by a noun, which determines the belonging of compound words to this part of speech. The examples provided prove that the formation of compound nouns based on the subordinate relationship is a productive way of word-formation.
Key words and phrases: сложное слово, имя существительное, подчинительная связь, словообразовательная модель, венгерский язык, compound word, noun, subordinate relationship, word-formation model, Hungarian language
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