Vocabulary of a person

Vocabulary of a person

Have you ever thought about how many words in Russian? Can I count them? Has anyone tried to do this?

Thinking, we can assume that for this it is enough to look into our huge explanatory dictionaries: after all, they indicate the number of words given. However, in different dictionaries, the figures are far from the same. For example, in the “Explanatory Dictionary of the Russian Language” edited by DN Ushakov, there are about eighty thousand words, and in the famous “Explanatory Dictionary of the Living Great Russian Language” by Vladimir Ivanovich Dal, there are more than two hundred thousand of them, because the author took into account the words of local dialects, then there are dialectisms. But after all, the dictionary of Dahl – the fruit of the

author’s forty-odd individual work – came out long ago, in the sixties of the last century. And how many new words have been added to our language since that time! Obviously, it is impossible to establish the exact number of words in the Russian language, and indeed any other, since the vocabulary is in constant motion: some words leave the language, others are fixed in it… It is much more reasonable to talk about the number of words used in the works of one or another author. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. others are fixed in it… It is much more reasonable to talk about the number of words used in the works of one or another author.
In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. others are fixed in it… It is much more reasonable to talk about the number of words used in the works of one or another author. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. It is much more reasonable to talk about the number of words used in the works of one or another author. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. It is much more reasonable to talk about the number of words used in the works of one or another author. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. In this case, one can take into account absolutely all of his words and make a verdict: the person’s language is rich or poor. After all, not all words existing in their native language, we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. we know and not all use in speech. The vocabulary of each of us, of course, depends on the degree of culture, education and age of a person and does not therefore constitute a definite, stable value. But we will use for our purpose the work produced by the Academy of Sciences on the language of such a great representative of Russian culture as Pushkin. It turns out that in his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. In his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words. In his works and letters Pushkin used more than twenty-one thousand words. However, Pushkin’s vocabulary was not limited to twenty-one thousand words.

Each of us knows more words than he uses… So in Pushkin’s works there are not many words in his works, although they existed in his time and, of course, he knew…

Twenty-one thousand words, used by Pushkin in his works, indicate a huge range of his ideas and knowledge and his ability to master the vocabulary richness of the Russian language.

Pushkin’s verbal wealth lies in the exceptional variety of words he uses to express his thoughts, even when he needs to express the same or similar concepts.

In different cases and for different purposes, Pushkin calls the poet a poet, a singer, a poet, or a pi… Along with the word “brave,” he uses the words “brave,” “brave,” “fearless.” The poet skillfully used the synonymous richness of his native language.

Such a variety of means of expression we find in other masters of the word. But only there are not yet special dictionaries, to which we could refer, talking about this. Someday, Russian linguistic science will fill this gap.


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Vocabulary of a person