Comparing dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk and lexicon in accordance with beginning letter aleph

  • Ali Riza Tosun Kastamonu University, Art and Science Faculty, Department of Philosophy
  • O. Karataiev Kastamonu University, Art and Science Faculty, Department of Philosophy

Аннотация

In this study two dictionaries compared in accordance with headwords beginning with letter aleph, the one is Kaşgarl Mahmud’s dictionary which is called Dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk that was completed nearly 1077 and the other one is Sir James W. Redhouse’s A Turkish and English Lexicon which was published in 1890. Our study yielded the following conclusions: Dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk and Redhouse’s Lexicon have 93 common words in terms of orthography and meaning that is given in the table. In the writing of Dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk words, the harakat (movements) carry almost the same function that letters carry. But in Redhouse’s Lexicon and Kāmūs-i Türkī there is a tendency to write words without the need for harakat.
Опубликована
2017-12-08
Как цитировать
TOSUN, Ali Riza; KARATAIEV, O.. Comparing dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk and lexicon in accordance with beginning letter aleph. Journal of history, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 86, p. 27-34, dec. 2017. ISSN 1563-0269. Доступно на: <http://bulletin-history.kaznu.kz/index.php/1-history/article/view/141>. Дата доступа: 22 july 2018
Раздел
Раздел 2 Всемирная история