Paremia about the Earth in the Russian Language: Linguocultural Research

  • Sedigheh Kazemnejad DAHKAEI Kazan Federal University. Russia
  • Olga Anatolevna CHUPRYAKOVA Kazan Federal University. Russia
  • Svetlana Sergeevna SAFONOVA Kazan Federal University. Russia
  • Irina Aleksandrovna VOTYAKOVA University of Granada. Granada
Palabras clave: Earth, linguoculturology, paremia, proverb, saying. / Dichos, linguoculturología, proverbio, tierra.




The article is devoted to the study of paremias as fragments of the linguistic picture of the world. The most widely used genres of paremias in russian are considered in detail - proverbs and sayings representing information about the history of the russian people, their way of life, customs, traditions, established and generally accepted system of values and moral guidelines. A detailed lexicographic analysis of the lexeme “earth” is carried out. The structure of proverbs and sayings about the land is analyzed. It is concluded that proverbs and sayings are built on the principle of syntactic parallelism.




El artículo está dedicado al estudio de las paremias como fragmentos de la imagen lingüística del mundo. Los géneros de paremias más utilizados en ruso se consideran en detalle: proverbios y dichos que representan información sobre la historia del pueblo ruso, su forma de vida, costumbres, tradiciones, sistema de valores y pautas morales establecidos y generalmente aceptados. Se realiza un análisis lexicográfico detallado del lexema “tierra”. Se analiza la estructura de los proverbios y dichos sobre la tierra. Se concluye que los proverbios y dichos se basan en el principio del paralelismo sintáctico.

Biografía del autor/a

Sedigheh Kazemnejad DAHKAEI, Kazan Federal University. Russia
1993 year of birth. In 2019 she graduated from the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication of KFU, direction: Philology. Qualification: Master. The theme of the master's thesis: "Human appearance in Russian paremia". Post-graduate student of the Russian language department and methods of its teaching IFMK KFU. Research interests: linguoculturology, language of artistic discourse.
Olga Anatolevna CHUPRYAKOVA, Kazan Federal University. Russia
born in 1979, Ph.D. In 2002 she graduated from Yelabuga State Pedagogical Institute with a degree in Philology. In 2007 she defended her thesis on "Semantic verbal derivation in the Volgo-Kamya dialects". Associate Professor of the Department of the Russian Language and its teaching methods IFMK KFU. Research interests: Russian dialectology, linguoculturology, language of fiction.
Svetlana Sergeevna SAFONOVA, Kazan Federal University. Russia
born in 1975, Ph.D. In 1999 she graduated from Kazan State Pedagogical University with a degree in Philology. In 2002, she defended her thesis on the subject “Pronouns and allied sentences with intensity semantics in the language of the modern press”. Associate Professor of the Department of the Russian Language and its teaching methods IFMK KFU. Research interests: linguoculturology, language of artistic, journalistic and advertising discourse.
Irina Aleksandrovna VOTYAKOVA, University of Granada. Granada
born in 1974, Candidate of   Philology Sciences. In 1996 she graduated from Udmurt State University with a degree in Russian Language and Literature. In 2000, she defended her thesis on "Forms of names in the Russian literary language of the second half of the 18th century (based on the letters of A. V. Suvorov)."Lecturer in the Department of Greek and Slavic Philology of the University of Granada (Spain). Research interests: cognitive linguistics, word formation of the Russian language, comparative grammar of the Russian and Spanish languages, methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language.


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DAHKAEI, S. K., CHUPRYAKOVA, O. A., SAFONOVA, S. S., & VOTYAKOVA, I. A. (2020). Paremia about the Earth in the Russian Language: Linguocultural Research. Utopía Y Praxis Latinoamericana, 25(1), 402-408. Recuperado a partir de