Sindorov Lutfulla


This article devoted to Islamic terms analyses in the work of Akhmad Yugnakiy’s “Khibatul Khakoik”. In the given epic the original Arabic text and Turkic poetic texts, verses and more than 20 hadiths are overlooked. In the work used not only the Turkic theonims, but also the Arabic lexemas, to clarify the essence and meaning of the verses, hadiths and poetic texts. Here is discovered the words meaning of Ancient Turkic language and Old Turkic language sources which are compared. The attention paid to word formation process of the theonyms etymology.

Keywords: lexeme, lexical unit, theonim, иди (idi), уған (ugan), islam, the Arabic language, term, йазуқ (yazuk), малик (malik), зуҳд (zukhd), байат (bayat), ҳабиб (khabib), тазарру (tazarru).

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