Issue Title
Vol 28 (2016) Work in the light of contemporary literary accounts Abstract  PDF
Arkadiusz Bagłajewski
Vol 29 (2017) Linguo-cultural view of straw in Polish linguaculture. An ethnolinguistic approach Abstract  PDF
Jerzy Bartmiński, Agata Bielak
Vol 29 (2017) The linguo-cultural view of the Polish pszenica ‘wheat’ (triticum) Abstract  PDF
Jerzy Bartmiński, Anna Kaczan
Vol 29 (2017) Small, black, and round, and yet it can pinch anyone. On pieprz ‘pepper’ and pieprzenie, lit. ‘peppering’, in folk and general varieties of Polish Abstract  PDF
Katarzyna Prorok
Vol 27 (2015) Divination in the history of the Polish language Abstract
Zuzanna Krótki
Vol 28 (2016) From the history of Polish lexical items KABAŁA ‘cabala, fortune-telling’, STAWIAĆ KABAŁĘ ‘to tell fortune’, and others Abstract  PDF
Zuzanna Krótki
Vol 27 (2015) Nomination as a method of profiling the base image of a mental object. The Polish names for snow Abstract
Joanna Szadura
Vol 28 (2016) Folk means of augmenting the fecundity of plants. A look at green peas and cabbage Abstract  PDF
Katarzyna Prorok
Vol 32 (2020) The Polish bieda (poverty) from the perspective of etymology and historical linguistics Abstract
Ilona Gumowska-Grochot
Vol 32 (2020) The linguistic view of East and West in contemporary Polish Abstract
Piotr Mirocha
Vol 32 (2020) What do we have in common; what makes us different? The stereotype of home/house in Polish, Serbian, and Russian Abstract
Dorota Pazio-Wlazłowska, Ivana Lazić-Konjik, Stana Ristić
Vol 31 (2019) Everyday language of the inhabitants of Bydgoszcz: evidence of literature Abstract
Andrzej S. Dyszak
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