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Title: Marzo, iguarzo. Achega aos refráns mínimos galegos
Author: Fontana, Joan, 1977-
Keywords: Proverbis gallecs
Galician proverbs
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Centro Ramón Piñeiro para a Investigación en Humanidades
Abstract: This article is about minimal Galician proverbs. Whether with an explicit or an elided verb, they all retain their paremiological meaning. In the Galician language, we found seventy-eight proverbs with two elements. We analysed and classified these sayings into the following categories: by months of the year (January, February, March, April, May, June, August and September), by moral character (highlighting the proverbs referring to weddings with contempt), by gastronomy and by toponymy. The article is completed with an Appendix presenting the corpus of all the analysed proverbs in alphabetical order, with all their other variations. In this regard, we think that the information contained in the Appendix might be useful for researchers who wish to know more about these peculiar proverbs.
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It is part of: Cadernos de Fraseoloxía Galega, 2017, num. 19, p. 47-70
ISSN: 1698-7861
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