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Jeva Simonaityte/Eva Simoneit

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Posted 2006-04-02 16:30 (#36287 - in reply to #36280)
Subject: RE: Jeva Simonaityte/Eva Simoneit


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I'm interested in something else: was the Lithuanian variant that she used in her novels PRUSSIAN-Lithuanian or did she adopt the refurbished Lithuanian? 

Prussian lithuanian. Language is refreshed, but still many germanisms appear. Anyway, there is no difference between Lithuanian and Minor Lithuanian, these belong to the same dialect.

I know she was the illegitimate child of the son of a farmer her mother worked for. Was her father Prussian-Lithuanian or German? 

According to her fathers surname Simonaitis, he was Prussian-Lithuanian. The stem Simon- came from Christianity and suffix -ait- is frequent in Minor Lithuanian surnames formating.
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