Southeastern Macedonian dialects

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The Southeastern Macedonian dialects according to one of the scientific views are one of three groups of the Macedonian language. According to another view all or part of these dialects are part of the Bulgarian language.[1][2][3]

The group is located in the eastern and southeastern areas of the Republic of Macedonia, surrounding the cities of Štip, Strumica, and Delčevo. The group also includes Blagoevgrad Province, or Pirin Macedonia, in Bulgaria[citation needed], and Macedonia, or Aegean Macedonia, Greece. The group of Southeastern Macedonian dialects is divided into three subgroups: the eastern group, the southwestern group, and the southeastern group.

Dialects[edit]

Yat border in the Bulgarian language, splitting the Southeastern Macedonian dialects in two

Eastern group[edit]

Southwestern group[edit]

Southeastern group[edit]

Based on the main isogloss separating the Bulgarian dialects into Eastern and Western - yat border, some of the Southeastern Macedonian dialects are classified as Eastern Bulgarian.[7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mladenov, Stefan. Geschichte der bulgarischen Sprache, Berlin, Leipzig, 1929, § 213
  2. ^ Стойков, Стойко. Българска диалектология, София 2002, с. 170-186
  3. ^ Селищев, Афанасий. Избранные труды, Москва 1968, с. 580-582
  4. ^ A comparative historical analysis of nominal accentuation in archaic (Maleševo) and transitional (Nivičino) Eastern Macedonian dialects," in Proceedings of the Third North American-Macedonian Conference on Macedonian Studies. Indiana Slavic Studies 10:135-151. 1999
  5. ^ str. 249- 252 Makedonski jazik za srednoto obrazovanie- S.Bojkovska, D.Pandev, L.Minova-Ǵurkova, Ž.Cvetkovski- Prosvetno delo AD- Skopje 2001
  6. ^ str. 249- 252 Makedonski jazik za srednoto obrazovanie- S.Bojkovska, D.Pandev, L.Minova-Ǵurkova, Ž.Cvetkovski- Prosvetno delo AD- Skopje 2001
  7. ^ Стойков, Стойко. Българска диалектология, София 2002, с. 83
  8. ^ Mladenov, Stefan. Geschichte der bulgarischen Sprache, Berlin, Leipzig, 1929, § 194, 209.