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From “Two ” to “Both”: Historical Changes in the Syntax and Meaning of Oba in Slavic

By Agnieszka Łazorczyk, Roumyana Pancheva and Old Church Slavonic

Abstract

We make the novel observation that Old Church Slavonic (OCS) oba, the historical counterpart of the modern Slavic “both, ” meant simply “two. ” We propose an account of the syntactic reanalysis of oba and the accompanying change in its meaning and discuss the broader implications of our findings

Year: 2014
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