Year / Number Authors Title Pages
2022, 4 Anna S. Kuleva Plant Names Variability in Explanatory Dictionaries of Modern Russian Language 7-24
2022, 4 Ekaterina M. Melnikova On the Verb Vaccinate in Modern Speech 25-36
2022, 4 Mikhail P. Selivanov The Excerpts of the Study of Loanwords Pronunciation in Russian Linguistics 37-47
2022, 4 Ivan S. Dobrovol’skii Commentary on the Grammar by Alypy (Gamanovich): § 1. The Slavonic Alphabet, § 2. The Use and Pronunciation of the Letters 48-62
2022, 4 Irina A. Kiseleva, Ksenia A. Potashova, Alyona S. Ermakova Semantic Fullness of the Concept ‘History’ in the Artistic World of M. Y. Lermontov 63-74
2022, 4 Natalia A. Nikolina, Zoya Yu. Petrova Functioning of Artifact Metaphors and Similes in the Texts of Modern Russian Prose 75-86
2022, 4 Lev A. Trakhtenberg “How Often, Surrounded by the Motley Crowd…”: Zhukovsky – Batyushkov – Venivitinov – Lermontov 87-99
2022, 4 Nadezhda A. Shapiro On a Poem by Jan Satunovsky 100-106
2022, 4 Oleg V. Nikitin «Modern sociolinguistics is developing rapidly...» (About the New Book by L. P. Krysin) 107-117
2022, 4 Natalja V. Patroeva Book Review: Dictionary of Proper Names in Russian Riddles, Proverbs, Sayings and Idioms (on a New Book of M. L. Kovshova) 118-128
2022, 3 Dimitrieva O. A. “There is No Disputing About Tastes”: umami, umamnyi, umamnost’ 7-18
2022, 3 Zhidkova E. G. Hypo-hyperonymic Relations in the Vocabulary of the Standard Russian Language as Compared to the Vocabulary of Everyday Speech (with Respect to Nouns Denoting People) 19-30
2022, 3 Leont’eva M. O. Russian Dialectal Names of Swollen Veins: Etymological and Motivational Analysis 31-46
2022, 3 Iya V. Nechaeva On the Typology of Orthographic Variance in the Russian Language 47-59
2022, 3 Surikova O. D. Diseases and Demons in Russian Curses 60-78
2022, 3 Zelenin A. V., Rudnev D. V. A Bureaucratic Cliché A Ravno (I) and Its History 79-91
2022, 3 Kireyev N. I. Poetry Corpus and Stress Placement Difficulties in Russian Classical Poetry 92-105
2022, 3 Kravchenko A. V. “Edible” Detail in the Short Story of G. F. Kvitka-Osnovyanenko “Soldier's Portrait” 106-116
2022, 3 Surat I. Z. O. Mandelstam’s Poem “Life Has Fallen Like a Comet…” (1925): An Experience of Minimalistic Poetics 117-127
2022, 2 Sun Xiaoli The Word Samyj in the Light of Active Processes of Russian Speech (Grammaticalization, Idiomatization and Pragmaticalization) 7-23