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Such traces of the medieval Vlachs are not rare in those and the adjacent regions of south-eastern Serbia (cf. Ivić 1982, 527f ). Some twenty miles to the northeast of Svrljig another possible instance of a name in ‑iš < Rom. ‑iş is found, and it will be discussed here first. In the monographic study by Jakša Dinić (2004, 245; 356) dealing with microtoponyms from the region of Zaglavak, the oronym Mriš is recorded, designating a stony hill, sparsely covered with crippled trees, which rises on the right side of the Trgoviški Timok river gorge called Baranica, a few miles upstream from the town of Knjaževac.
It is noticeable that its Serbian synonym gùstīš, from gust < CSl *go˛styšъ ‘thick’, shows an analogous structure and an overlapping suffix. In view of more than thousand years of contact between the two languages, this may not be a mere coincidence; it appears reasonable to assume that one word is coined on the model of the other, desiş after gustiš or vice versa. 12 The meaning of the Romanian word is, on the contrary, a concrete one, and might reflect a concretization of Serb. gustiš. g. CSl *męk‑yšь ‘something soft’ > SCr mèkīš, Pol.
Filipović, V. 2007. “Keramika starijeg gvozdenog doba sa lokaliteta Signal i Oblik u selu Palilula kod Svrljiga”. Zbornik Narodnog muzeja Niš 15, 9–19. Golubović, P. 1992. “Oblast”. In Jezik, kultura i civilizacija, Kulturna istorija Svrljiga II, ed. Sreten Petrović. Niš–Svrljig, 21–39. 7. Knjaževac. 1894. 7. Knjaževac. Belgrade: Geografsko odelenje Glavnog Generalštaba (scale 1: 75 000). Jovanović, D. K. 1889. “Iz Timočke krajine, Knjaževački okrug – prilog za istoriju i etnografiju Srbije”. Glasnik Srpskog učenog društva 70, 1–53.
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