SOME DISCUSSION ABOUT COMPILING TEXT DICTIONARY OF EPOS “ARZYGUL”

Khadjimusaeva Nilufar Nematovna

Abstract


This article is devoted to the field of lexicography which is compiled on computer programs developed by S.Karimov and others, Islam poet Nazar speaks about the principles of compiling alphabetical, frequency and inverted dictionaries of the poem "Arzygul". The article cites scientific facts in the article "Arzygul" that the Islamic poet used 2,384 key words in 6679 words and used 22,660 times. The principle of the formation of frequency dictionaries is similar to the alphabetical dictionaries. Even in this type of dictionary, the total number of usage words and statistics on the page is clearly indicated. Only the words are given in alphabetical order, not in alphabetical order. The three types of dictionaries, based on the text of the epigraph "Arzygul" epos, and a brief description of them, in a sense, can demonstrate the importance of lexicographical and statistical research in textual analysis, and give rise to certainty that these analyzes are more valid.In addition, the frequency and percentage of top-down declines in the phrase “Arzygul” are presented in the table. The table shows that the frequency of use of the vocabulary and the activity are inversely proportional.

Keywords: lexicography, frequency list, opposite order dictionary, alphabetical dictionary, words.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i9.1966

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i9.1966.g2395

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