Throw, throw, thrust out, and throw out anything - a word meaning "to spew" gives the "Explanatory Dictionary of Russian Language" by Vladimir Dal.However, this is not the only meaning.The same author and the same vocabulary expands the meaning of the word: to ejaculate - is ruled out, eliminate, recognizing something or someone useless, worthless, unworthy.As a result, the semantic load of the word takes on new shades and allows to use it in different contexts.
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A simple example: sea spewing amber, as the bowels of the volcano - the lava. Or: general (public) opinion spewing (exclude) from the company .The last example demonstrates the origin derives from "regurgitate" the word "monster".At present two of its common meaning.
"Monster": the word
First outcast - spew from the community people.Our ancestors like punishment for infractions to the community was quite widespread.Regurgitate was forced to conduct roguish lifestyle (it's unlikely that he took to himself another community) and become either a beggar or a criminal.In the recent past, in the days of tsarist Russia, from artisanal craftsmen were expelled after the general meeting of negligent or did not get along with his teammates on the craft workers.
second meaning of the word "monster" that has taken a negative meaning (probably because of the consequences which resulted in the alienation of human society) - bitter, angry man, the villain.So, King Herod - a biblical monster, a torturer, a ruler who was responsible for "Innocents".His name is now - a synonym of nominal treacherous person who has committed a heinous crime.Herod predicted that Jesus would be born and become the king of the Jews.Then the king, to eliminate competition, orders to kill all the boys in the neighborhood, and thus protect themselves.But Jesus did not manage to destroy it!In this sense the word load (Monster, Herod) currently has the highest consumption.
But there starotserkovnoe already forgotten value: miscarriage, premature baby.It borrowed the word from the Old Slavonic language.The Russian monuments it appears from the 14th century is in the meaning of "Les Miserables."Its origin is uncertain.It is believed that a blueprint of the Greek "miscarriage."But some researchers think it more likely that the noun "monster" owes its origin to the verb "to spew".This word is a noun and the other - "eruption" (of the volcano), "exile" or "throwing" (lava or ash).
In pre-revolutionary Russia
Or consider and used in pre-revolutionary Russia "izverzhenets", "izverzhenik" - devoid of class, rank, dignity or the throne people excluded from somewhere or exiled.And "izvergatel" - one who overthrows someone, such as a throne, casts, throws (some unnecessary thing).
As you can see, the root of "Verga" and one for the verb "to spew" and the noun "monster."With it in modern language forms are many other words that are close to each other in meaning.Reject, reject - to reject, not accept any point of view, political or social laws.Plunge - to overthrow, to make fall.Overthrow - deprive of power, reset to the throne.
Related words with the same root can be seen in other languages (etymological dictionary of Russian Language, edited by GP Tsyganenko).For example, in the Czech Republic - vrhati (throw, throw, throw), the German - werfen (throw, throw), the Latin - vergo (Virtue, bow).This includes Ukrainian "Vergun" (folded flour products) and "verzti" (weave nonsense talk nonsense).
but mainly in the modern Russian language "disgorge" - is primarily a means "to remove, dispose of, to exclude anything unnecessary."