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ETHNOGRAPHISMS IN THE LEXICON OF UZBEK DIALECTS IN REPUBLIC OF KARAKALPAKSTAN

Nurjanov Oybek Erkin ogli

Abstract


This article deals with the ethnography of words in the lexicon of the population of Karakalpakstan formed in ethnolinguistic conditions. In particular, in the ethnolinguistic context of the language of the peoples of the Aral Sea, the main source of ethnography in the region is the clash of different nations and cultures. The ethnogenesis of these peoples (Karakalpak, Uzbek, Turkmen) dates back to antiquity, the history of which is still unclear. In addition, this complex ethno-linguistic process in the Khorezm oasis has left its mark on the language of Khorezmians and modern Khorezm peoples described in detail on the basis of examples. Also, after the settlement of the Karakalpaks in the lower reaches of the Amu Darya, the Kazakhs and small Juz Kazakhs lived in the area together. It is argued that the existence of grammatical similarities has attracted the attention of many linguists.

Keywords: ethnolinguistics, ethnography, dialect, ethnogenesis, Aramaic script, Khorezmian language.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i1.2160

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v10i1.2160.g2568

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