Adam Bohorič

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Memorial for Adam Bohorič in Ljubljana
Arcticae horulae succisivae

Adam Bohorič (About this sound pronunciation ) (c. 1520 – after 20 November 1598) was a Slovene Protestant preacher, teacher and author of the first grammar of Slovene.[1]

Bohorič was born in the market town of Reichenburg in the Duchy of Styria (now Brestanica in Slovenia).[2] In 1584, he wrote his most notable work, Articae horulae succisivae (English: Free Winter Hours).[3] The book, written in Latin, was the first grammar of Slovene and the first Slovene normative guide. In this work, Bohorič codified the first Slovene alphabet, now called the Bohorič alphabet. It was used up to the 1840s, when it was replaced by Gaj's Latin alphabet.

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  1. ^ Toporišič, J. 1987: Bohorič, Adam. Enciklopedija Slovenije, Zv. 1, 303, Ljubljana. COBISS 17411
  2. ^ "Izbrani spisi: France Kidrič [urednik Anton Ocvirk]. - France Kidrič, Inštitut za slovensko literaturo in literarne vede (Slovenska akademija znanosti in umetnosti) - Google Knjige". Books.google.com. Retrieved 2012-09-21.
  3. ^ "Zimske urice proste - Adam Bohorič, Jože Toporišič - Google Knjige". Books.google.com. 2008-04-30. Retrieved 2012-09-21.

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