THE CONTRIBUTION OF JADID WRITERS’ TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF UZBEK LEXICOGRAPHY

Normamatov Sultonbek Ermamatovich

Abstract


Enlightened Jadid writers, along with their literary, scientific and publicistic works in the Uzbek National Renaissance literature, have established their place in Uzbek lexicography, namely the formation and development of the dictionary compiling. The language of artistic works they created has played a great role in the formation and development of the Uzbek linguistics, the dictionaries they created as well as linguistic principles they brought forward have played major role in formation and development of Uzbek scientific linguistics and Uzbek dictionary compiling science.

In recent years, the Jadidian literary works, the contribution they made to the development of the new Uzbek literary language, as well as the linguistic and linguistic views of individual scholars, in particular, contain monographs, such as the scientific heritage of writers, artistic talent and, more precisely, were studied in some relationship. This does not mean that the 1920s and 1930s were a full study of Uzbek linguistics, including lexicography. In accordance with this, the article examines the state of the Uzbek lexicography at the beginning of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries, during which the authors-creators of Jadids in the field of phonetics were given an academic assessment of the formation and development of the Uzbek glossary by studying their works in the field of journalism. The social needs of philological dictionaries such as Abdullah Kodiriy, Abdurauf Fitrat, Ashurali Zahiri, Elbek, Ishokhon Ibrat, Nazir Turakulov were studied, and the basic principles of creating linguistic dictionaries, their originality in the choice of words, and their exclusive and general aspects were explained. In addition, the glossaries created during this period were classified in terms of design, the sources of the dictionary were identified, and their significance was pointed out to the development of modern Uzbek lexicography.

Keywords: lexicography, structure of dictionary, grammar-dictionary, national language, lexical-semantic system, lexicographic principle, scientific innovation, terminology system, grammatical character, morphemic structure, lexicographical character, etymology.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i7.1941

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i7.1941.g2368

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