Author: Saidova, Muhabbatxon Shukrullayevna
Annotation: This article is devoted to the etymology and lexico-semantic features of the terms Uda and Zhiyan, used in Namangan dialects, as well as recognized kinship terms. Kinship terms have a very ancient history and, while retaining forms that are not recorded even in written monuments at the time of creation, they can serve as valuable sources reflecting the history of the formation of an entire society through historical vocabulary, dialectology and the terms family, marriage and kinship. Kinship terms are a common phenomenon for ancient Turkic languages and have been preserved in some dialects, and in some of its dialects as past-experienced. The term nephew as a kinship term, with their phonetic differences, is used in all Turkic languages. In the Uzbek language and in the dialects of the Uzbek dialect, the meaning of the term nephew has been narrowed and concretized, meaning only the children of brothers and their sisters. These thoughts were proved and interpreted in detail on the basis of scientific works of Turkic scientists.
Keywords: Turkic languages, Uzbek dialects, kinship terms, etymology, uda, nephew terms, phonetic differences, narrowing of meaning
Pages in journal: 357 - 363