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Title: Cognitive and structural characteristics of latin terms for infectious and invasive diseases with a zoomorphic component
Authors: Bieliaieva, Olena M.
Synytsia, Valentyna Н.
Myronyk, Olena V.
Lysanets, Olena V.
Solohor, Iryna M.
Morokhovets, Halyna Yu.
Efendiieva, Svitlana M.
Бєляєва, Олена Миколаївна
Синиця, Валентина Григорівна
Мироник, Олена Володимирівна
Лисанець, Юлія Валеріївна
Сологор, Ірина Миколаївна
Мороховець, Галина Юріївна
Ефендієва, Світлана Миколаївна
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Aluna Publishing
Citation: Cognitive and structural characteristics of latin terms for infectious and invasive diseases with a zoomorphic component / O. Bieliaieva, V. Synytsia, O. Myronyk, Yu. Lysanets, I. Solohor, H. Morokhovets, S. Efendiieva // Wiadomości Lekarskie. – 2022. – Vol. 75, Nr. 2. – P. 519–524.
Abstract: The aim was to analyze the morphological, structural and lexico-semantic presentation of the Latin terms denoting the infectious and parasitic diseases, part of which is a zoonymic component. Materials and methods: The presentation sample was made by the method of continuous sampling based on textbooks, manuals, including the three-volume edition “Infectious and parasitic diseases”, and a number of modern dictionaries. Structural, semantic and descriptive methods were used to address the aim of the research. Results: Monolexemic composites with a zoomorphic component are formed in a suffixal way. In multi-word phrases, syntactic constructions of mixed type, are usually used and they are characterized by the combination of words of Greek and Latin origin, but these formations are few. The eponymous and toponymic formations to denote specific nosological forms in helminthology are not typical. The data on the first contribution of a researcher to the description of the disease in the name of the term is not displayed, preference is still given to the name of the pathogen, rather than the name of the researcher. The prefix-suffix-based method of formation of terms denoting infectious and parasitic diseases with a zoonymic component is observed sporadically. Conclusions: The comparison of the above-analyzed terms with the corresponding terminological units of the English medical terminology indicates the predominant use of Latin terminological units. In contrast to many clinical terms with a zoomorphic component, where certain associative moments are taken into account.
Keywords: medical terminology
Latin terms
infectious and invasive diseases,
cognitive and structural approach
a zoomorphic component
UDC: 10.36740/WLek202202135
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