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15세기 호칭어 체계 구축을 위한 시론

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2006, (57), pp.33-62
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

양영희 1

1전남대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study is to observe address-terms system in the fifteenth century at the angle of ‘solidarity’ and ‘power’ because the present sight about the study could not accept all examples. The summary and ordering of contents are following. we divide address-terms in the fifteenth century into ‘nominal form’ and ‘pronominal form’. ‘Nominal form’ means that the speaker uses the listener's position(position-form) like ‘sejon(세존), inja(인자)’ or the speaker uses the listener's name(name-form) like ‘munsu(문수), sudal(수달)’, and ‘pronominal form’ means the second personal pronoun like ‘neo(너), guedui(그듸)’ and addresses(pronoun-form) the listener. With this basis, it is systemized in the view of ‘power’ and ‘solidarity’. It is more possible to address 'position-form’ and ‘guedui(그듸)’ to the upper-class person and ‘name-form’ and ‘neo(너)’ to the lower-class person. On the other hand, it is often used ‘neo(너)’ and ‘name-form’ with close solidarity between people, ‘position-form’ and ‘guedui(그듸)’ with less close solidarity. In addition, it is selectively used between ‘neo(너), name-form’ and ‘guedui(그듸), position-form’ with the situation of people's solidarity.

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