Re: [tied] Re: Bangani

From: alexmoeller@...
Message: 14732
Date: 2002-08-29

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Subject: [tied] Re: Bangani

Also note the semantic similarities in the Romanian "gospodar
gospodãrie" and the Hungarian "gazda & gazdaság", namely in
life contexts. (Re. these contexts, "gazdag" = wealthy
that initially it must've been meant a wealthy farmer, big
owner, sort of a "Grossbauer". Hence, in Romanian
subdialects, "gazdã" also have this additional meaning still

[Moeller] interesting the regional form of this. The region
was under the hungarian kingdom a lot of time and with the
sense of "reicher Bauer" is used just there. I guess is
healthy to think the new sense was gained from the hungarians,
they beeing the rich people there. Wrong point?