Az időjárás mint szemantikai összetevő a magyar népdalokban
Baranyiné Kóczy, Judit
Kulcsszó: K+F tárgyszavak::2 Humán tudományok::2.4 Nyelvtudomány::2.4.2 Nyelvészet
The various representations of weather in Hungarian folksongs reflect their ways of conceptualisation, which is a crucial question of study within the framework of cognitive grammar. The present article presents the numerous profiles of wind and cloud or clouded sky, focusing on the spatial and thus metaphorical features of the two. The author reveals the schematic pattern that lies behind their representations, points out the contextual differences, and attempts to decide if they should be taken negative or positive after all. Finally she comes to the conclusion that metaphors have different spheres of effect, they have more levels of interpretation and therefore not one single context but two or more according to the text.