Comparing dīvānu Lugāti’t-Türk and lexicon in accordance with beginning letter aleph
АннотацияIn 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.
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: 20 jan. 2018
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