LEKSIKON RELIK BAHASA JAWA PADA DIALEK WONOSOBO

Assifa, Wildan Wijayani (2017) LEKSIKON RELIK BAHASA JAWA PADA DIALEK WONOSOBO. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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Abstract

Wijayani, Assifa Wildan. "Javanese Relic Lexicon on Wonosobo Dialect". Thesis (S1) of Department of Indonesian literature, Faculty of Humanities, Diponegoro University. Advisor: M. Suryadi, M.Hum. and Dra. Sri PujiAstuti, M.Pd., The purpose of the study was to describe the form of relics and distinctive forms as well as the mapping of the variants of the Javanese relics lexicons on Wonosobo Dialect portrayed through the isogloss bundle. The study used speaking and listening method to collect the data. The author visited and conducted an interview to the informants according to good informant requirements in dialectology research. The data then was analyzed by using descriptive and qualitative method. The author used Theory of Diachronic Dialectology and Theory of Geographic Dialect in the study. Each of the findings in the field was analyzed to determine the shape of the relic by utilizing Proto Malayo Javanic reconstruction through a diachronic approach. The result of this research was the finding of Javanese relic on Wonosobo dialect based on the pattern, that is (1) direct inimitance of etimon *PMJ (Proto Malayo Javanic), (2) the existence of sound change in correspondence r~d~l in Van DerTuuk II that only be found in one data and partial correspondence in other data, (3) the retonance of the relic phonemes, i.e vowel phonemes, consonant phonemes and monophthongisation, which are still preserved or relic forms that are still preserved. In addition, there is also a distinct form of Javanese Wonosobo dialect such as onomasiological symptoms, semasiologic symptoms, vocal phoneme changes at all positions, and consonant changes /k/ being glotted /?/ at opened vowel ultima position. In the final stages, a mapping of lexicons of relics is represented through isoglosic bundles and as an indicator of a region that still maintains a relic (conservative) form. Keywords: Dialectology, Diachronic, Relic, Wonosobo Dialect of Javanese

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P1-85 General
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Indonesian
ID Code:56217
Deposited By:Sastra Indonesia
Deposited On:20 Sep 2017 13:02
Last Modified:20 Sep 2017 13:02

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