Old Russian pošibati ‘futuere’: further evidence for bestiality in Old Rus’ View Full Text


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2018-12-18

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Alexei S. Kassian

ABSTRACT

The Old Russian verb pošibati is known from several contexts, for which the direct translation ‘to beat, hit’ is not appropriate. In juridical texts the meaning ‘to rape (a woman)’ is traditionally accepted, whereas in the context of birchbark writing the translation ‘to bewitch, cast evil spells on (livestock, etc.)’ has recently been proposed. This paper demonstrates that an analysis of pošibati as (Lat.) ‘futuere’, i.e. the neutral designation of sexual intercourse, is, in fact, the best translation for the passages mentioned and is supported by the typology of semantic shifts. More... »

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79-86

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