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Peter Dajnko

Peter Dajnko
Born23 April 1787
Died22 February 1873 (1873-02-23) (aged 85)
NationalitySlovene
OccupationSlovene priest, author, linguist, beekeeper
Known forInventor of the Dajnko alphabet
Writer of the first book about beekeeping in Slovene
Dajnko's grave in the Velika Nedelja Cemetery.

Peter Dajnko (23 April 1787 - 22 February 1873) was a Slovene priest, author, and linguist, known primarily as the inventor of the Dajnko alphabet (Slovene: dajn?ica), an innovative proposal for the Slovene alphabet. Dajnko was also a proficient beekeeper and wrote the first book about beekeeping in Slovene, titled ?elarstvo (Beekeeping).[1]

Life

Dajnko was born in the village of ?re?njevci near the town of Gornja Radgona, in what was then the Duchy of Styria in Archduchy of Austria as part of Habsburg Monarchy. His parents was Filip Dajnko (Dainko) winegrower and Marija Koro?ec. After finishing high school in Maribor, he studied theology and philosophy at the University of Graz, where he graduated in 1814. He returned to Gornja Radgona, where he was a chaplain until 1831, when he moved to Velika Nedelja to be the parish priest. He died in Velika Nedelja.[2]

Work

In 1824 Dajnko wrote a book in German called Lehrbuch der windischen Sprache ("The Textbook of the Slovene Language"). There, he proposed adoption of a new alphabet for Slovene, which was to replace the traditional Bohori? alphabet, used since the late-16th century.[3] Dajnko wanted to improve the script because of its problems with writing of sibilants.[4] He used his alphabet in all his books published since 1824.[3] In 1825, Franc Serafin Metelko came up with a similar proposal, complicating the issue. The Dajnko alphabet, which was introduced to schools in 1831, was fiercely opposed by Anton Murko [sl] and Anton Martin Slom?ek.[5] After 1834 it gradually came out of use with the adoption of a slightly modified version of Gaj's Latin alphabet as the new Slovene script, and in 1839 it was officially abolished.[4]

Works

  • Sazhetek vüzhenja 'Slaven'skega po nedelah (Beginning of the Slavic Teaching on Sundays), 1816
  • Evangeliomi na v'se nedéle ino 'svetke skos leto (Gospels for All Sundays and Holidays throughout the Year), 1817
  • Knishiza poboshnosti sa mlade ino dorashene kristjane (Little Book of Devotions for Young and Adult Christians), 1820
  • Svetega pisma sgodbe is starega ino novega sakona (Stories from the Old and New Testament of the Holy Bible), 1821
  • Lehrbuch der Windischen Sprache (Slovene Textbook), 1824
  • Kmet Izidor s svojimi otroki ino lydmi (Isidore the Peasant, His Children and People), 1824
  • Sto cirkvenih ino drügih poboxnih pesmi med katol?kimi kristjani slovenskega naroda na ?tajerskem (A Hundred Church and Other Devotional Hymns of the Catholic Christians of the Slovene Nation in Styria), 1826
  • Listi ino eva?gelji (Epistles and Gospels), 1826
  • Svetega Pisma zgodbe iz Starega ino Novega Zakona (Stories from the Old and New Testament of the Holy Bible), 1826
  • Posvetne pesmi med slovenskim narodom na ?tajerskem (Secular Hymns of the Slovene Nation in Styria), 1827
  • Molitbe za katol?ke ker?enike (Prayer for Catholic Christians), 1829
  • Opravilo svete me?e (Ceremony of the Holy Mass), 1829
  • Sveti krixni pot (Stations of the Holy Cross), 1829
  • Boxja sluxba ker?anske mladosti (Divine Service of the Christian Youth), 1830
  • Zhelarstvo (Beekeeping), 1831
  • ?elarstvo (Beekeeping), 1831
  • Knixica poboxnosti za mlade ino dora?ene kristjane (Small Book of Devotions for Young and Adult Christians), 1833
  • Abecedna knixica za dexelne ?ole (Primer for Provincial Schools), 1833
  • Abecedna knixica na hitro ino lehko podvu?enje (Primer for Fast and Easy Learning), 1833
  • Veliki katekizem (Greater Catechism), 1833

References

  1. ^ "Dajnkov ?ebelarski priro?nik" [The Beekeeping Handbook by Dajnko]. Kamra (in Slovenian). 8 October 2012. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ "?ivljenje in delo Petra Dajnka" [Life and Work of Peter Dajnko]. Kamra (in Slovenian). 8 October 2012. Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  3. ^ a b "Dajnkova slovnica" [The Grammar by Dajnko]. Kamra (in Slovenian). 8 October 2012. Archived from the original on 2 December 2013. Retrieved 2013.
  4. ^ a b Prilasnig, Fabian (2011). "Dajn?ica". Die Entwicklung des slawischen Schrifttums [The Development of the Slavic Literatures] (in German). GRIN Verlag. p. 17. ISBN 9783656051015.
  5. ^ Mugerli, Anja. "Dajn?ica". In Aha?i?, Kozma (ed.). Slovenski ?rkopisi [Slovene Alphabets] (PDF) (in Slovenian). pp. 26-28.

External links

  • Media related to Peter Dajnko at Wikimedia Commons - contains books written by Peter Dajnko.

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