SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF PHRASE LOGICAL UNITS OF CULT IN TURKIC LANGUAGES (37-43)

SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF PHRASE LOGICAL UNITS OF CULT IN TURKIC LANGUAGES (37-43)

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Дата публикации статьи в журнале: 2020/09/09
Название журнала: Американский Научный Журнал, Выпуск: 40, Том: 1, Страницы в выпуске: 37-43
Автор:
, NUR-MUBARAK EGYPTIAN UNIVERSITY OF ISLAMIC CULTURE , Doctor Of Philology
Автор: Doszhan R.
, NUR-MUBARAK EGYPTIAN UNIVERSITY OF ISLAMIC CULTURE , Doctor Of Philology
Автор: Abdualiuly B.
, EURASIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY GUMILEVA , Doctor Of Philology
Анотация: This article deals with phrase logical units connected with nature from the point of view of "Linguistic map of the world" theory. Bases of "the cult concept" in Turkic languages, including Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Uzbek are described and their ethno-linguistic and ethno-cultural features of use in languages have been under analysis. In any people, the "cult" concept takes the place in system of the spiritual and cultural concept. The spiritual culture is a view of people of world around, religious knowledge, character, beliefs and the ability to learn through other concepts. By itself, a word cult description is very complicated according to the abstract. The lexeme of the word "cult" is grouped in wide group of such concepts as, "to trust", "to pray", "to admire", "to respect". The cult is a part of traditional religion, religious trust, customs and traditions. The meaning of the lexeme the cult is abstract, not material, respect for any subject, worship of holy things, worship of saints, prayer, relationships, and the ability to offer information parts.
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Данные для цитирования: Rysbayeva.G. Doszhan R. Abdualiuly B. . SEMANTIC STRUCTURE OF PHRASE LOGICAL UNITS OF CULT IN TURKIC LANGUAGES (37-43). Американский Научный Журнал. Филологические науки. 2020/09/09; 40(1):37-43.

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