Journal of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Split, No. 9 July 2017
Original scientific paper
Lina Pliško orcid.org/0000-0002-1128-9669 ; Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Juraj Dobrila in Pula
Katarina Matanović ; Giuseppina Martinuzzi Pula Elementary and High School
This paper presents the phonological features of the dialect of Šegotići, a village situated in the Istrian Municipality of Marčana. The Šegotići dialect is viewed through the prism of the previously studied Marčana-type idioms (Hreljići, Krnica, Loborika, Marčana, Mutvoran, Orbanići, Peruški, Prodol, Rakalj) and in relation to the southern sub group of the neighbouring Barban group (Manjadvorci, Rebići, Hrboki, Borinići, Škitača). The conclusion is that the dialect of Šegotići does not differ from the above-mentioned Marčana-type idioms and that it represents a continuation of the southern sub-group of the Barban dialect group.
Šegotići idiom; Čakavian dialects; Southwest Istrian dialect; phonology; Municipality of Marčana