COGNITIVE FACTORS OF SACRALIZATION AND PROFANIZATION OF PHRASEOLOGISMS WITH THE SOMATISM GOLOVA IN THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Shkuran O. V., Karpinskaya N. V.
This study looks into the phraseological units with the somatism GOLOVA selected from the “Big Dictionary of Russian Sayings” edited by V. M. Mokienko, T. G. Nikitina. It illustrates two cognitive-semantic blocks - the presentation of the external appearance and the inner world of a person. This research investigates the literary and folk speech of the XIX-XXI centuries and demonstrates the qualitative and quantitative dynamics of phraseological units with the GOLOVA component which characterizes the ethnic-cultural layer of the Russian language. The somatism points to both sacred and profane semantics, which indicates the anthropocentricity and mental essence of this concept.
somatism ◆ phraseological unit ◆ cognitive factors ◆ sacred and profane semantics ◆ national-cultural layer