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Journal “Culture Of The Word”- №97, 2022
УДК 929:81’38

Anhelina GANZHA,
PhD in Philology, Senior researcher of the Department of stylistics, language culture and sociolinguistics, Institute of the Ukrainian Language of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine;
4 Hrushevskyi St., Kyiv 01001, Ukraine;
е-mail: ganzhalina@ukr.net
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2938-5306

Language: Ukrainian

The article uses the metaphor of “scientific palette” to focus on the reception of the scientific work of Doctor of Philology, Professor Nadiia Ivanivna Boyko. Attention is focused on the innovative research of the famous Ukrainian linguist, summarized in the individual and collective monographs “Ukrainian Expressive Vocabulary: Semantic, Lexicographic and Functional Aspects” (2005), “Mythologemes in the Ukrainian Romantic Space” (2010), “Connotative Lexical Semantics: Intensive and Parametric Components” (2011), “Expressive Potential of Volodymyr Vynnychenko’s Idiolect: Lexical and Phraseological Components” (2017); “Expressive Semantics: Discursive Interpretation” (2018), educational, methodological and lexicographic works.
Author summed up the results of the study of the semantic and functional peculiarities of the expresctive vocabulary of the Ukrainian literary language, the interpretation of the emotional and appraised shades, the signifi cance of the lexem in the dictionary and the ways of their implementation in the artistic language in the monograph “Ukrainian expressive vocabulary: semantic, lexicographic and functional aspects” (2005). In the monograph “Mythologems in the Ukrainian Romantic Space” (co-author – A.M. Kaidash, 2010) the theoretical principles of understanding the main categories of mythologems are substantiated on the rich factual material from the works of Ukrainian romantic writers. In the scientific work “Conotative lexical semantics: intensive and parametric components” (co-authored with T.L. Khomich, 2011), we discuss the theoretical foundations of studying the intensive and parametric components in the modern linguistic paradigm, the intensive and parametric components in the semantic structure of the connotated word, and about their interaction with other components of the semantics of the connotated lexical units. Monograph “Expressive potential of idiollect of Volodymyr Vynnychenko: lexical and phraseological components” (2017) by N.I. Boiko, L.I. Kotkova is a new comprehension of the linguistic and creative personality of Volodymyr Vynnychenko, which will stimulate the study of idiostyles of Ukrainian writers, comparative study of individually-authored pictures of the world.
As a cursory review of N.I. Boyko’s work shows, her research potential is very powerful, and her scientific palette is rich and diverse. In her works, the linguist covers topical issues of the modern existence of language, she is attracted by the complex and unknown, which she manages to study and make close and understandable.
Key words: linguistic personality of the scientist, scientific palette, linguistic stylistics, expressive vocabulary, conotative lexical semantics, expressive potential of idiollect.

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