Ukrainian Anthroponymy in the Sociopolitical Context of the Post-Totalitarian Period

Oleh Beley

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The article is devoted to the distribution of anthroponyms in the Ukrainian language in the post-totalitarian period, which is divided in two subperiods: 1991-2013, 2013 till today (beginning of 2020). The second subperiod is conditioned by the following factors: sociopolitical events connected with the war in the Donbas, the process of Ukraine’s European integration, intensification of work migration, growth of consumerism and popularity of the Western standards of living. In the sphere of official anthroponyms, i. e. names and surnames, there are two parallel tendencies of transformation: patriotic domestication and exotic novelization. Whereas in the sphere of unofficial anthroponyms —nicknames— there is a clear reaction to the war in the Donbas.


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Ukrainian anthroponymicon, proper name, surname, military nickname (call sign)

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1344/%25x

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