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The article deals with the development of the Polish language and the Polish-Belarusian language relationship in the cities of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the period from the sixteenth to the eighteenth centuries. The text concentrated on the example of the city of Grodno situated in the western part of the Duchy. According to the sources, specific features of the Polish language were that it adopted interesting Belarusian lexical loans, Belarusian personal names written in Latin alphabet. The materials collected contain a lot of examples of the Belarusian influence on the Polish phonetic system. The results of the research problem are discussed on the wide historical background: ethnic structureof the city and the cultural contacts of its inhabitants. The author's attempt to describe the problem is based on the numerous valuable sources, preserved and gathered in the Belarusian archives: the council files of old Grodno, the court's records and the Civilian-Military Commission of Grodno district, the inventories of the nobles' and the monasteries' possessionsand other kinds of contemporary sources.

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Names. The University of Leeds Unpublished dissertation. al-Ansary A. A Critical and Comparative Study of Lihyanite Personal Names

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Personal Names. The University of Leeds (PhD Thesis). (CCSLP) Al-Ansary A. A Critical and Comparative Study of Lihyanite Personal Names

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Names and Titles of the “Forest-folk”. JSFOu 90, pp. 109–186. Rybatzki V. The Personal Names and Titles of the “Forest-folk” JSFOu

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–54. Negev , A. ( 1991 ): Personal Names in the Nabatean Realm . Jerusalem , Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Qedem: Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 32

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Lurje, Pavel B. (2010): Iranisches Personennamenbuch , Vol. 2, Mitteliranische Personennamen , fascicle 8, Personal Names in Sogdian . Vienna, Austrian Academy of Sciences. Lurje P. B

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: Gaulish Personal Names. Oxford 1967. Gaulish Personal Names Gomis 2001 = M. Gomis: Las acuñaciones de la ciudad celtibárica de Segeda

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. (ed.): Mongolian Studies . Budapest, pp. 265 – 308 . Lurje , P. B. ( 2010 ): Personal Names in Sogdian Texts . In: Schmitt , R. – Eichner , H. – Fragner , B. G

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. Rásonyi , L. – Baski , I. ( 2007 ): Onomasticon Turcicum. Turkic Personal Names . 2 vols. Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University Denis Sinor Institute for Inner Asian Studies . [Redhouse] ( 2000 ): Türkçe/Osmanlıca-\u0130ngilizce Sözlük. \u0130

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. Negev , A. ( 1986 ): Nabataean Archeology Today . New York, New York University Press. Negev , A. ( 1991 ): Personal Names in the Nabatean Realm. Jerusalem

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