Analiza struktury morfologicznej nazwisk mieszkańców dawnego powiatu brzezińskiego w województwie łódzkim
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The paper analyses family names in the former district of Brzeziny (284 villages, 3 towns: Brzeziny, Koluszki, Stryków); The study covered 94 200 names, giving 5515 name entries. The material covers mainly the 19th and the 20th centuries. The analysis of morphological structure of the names shows the percentage and number of individual formatives in their productivity (cf. Tab. 1). The author has pointed out their occurrence and regularity and their onomastic connections with Wielkopolska, Mazowsze and partly Małopolska. The analysis shows that the process of suffix derivation is dominant here, both in forma derived from proper nouns and from consaon nouns. Basic forms constitute 27% of all names (1494 names). The most common type of derived names is -ski. The formatives -ski, -cki and the expanded morpheme -in-//-yn-, -ew-//-ow-, -an make 1899 names i.e. 45.9* of derivatives. The derivations from apellative forms with the formative -ski (and the expanded morphemes) have been dominant in towns: Brzeziny (47.3%), Koluszki (51.4%), Stryków (52.3%), Jeżów (55.16%), Będków (43.2%), Ujazd (46.7%). There are 1203 nones with the basic -k- in the suffix (i.e. 3o% of derived names). The derivatives with -ak, -ek, -lk//-yk, -сгук have been the most numerous in the study.