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Title: Kinship Loanwords in the Turkic Languages
Authors: 徐漢陽
Taşbaş, Erhan
Contributors: 土文系
Keywords: Kinship;family;loanwords;Turkic languages;language contact
Date: 2021-09
Issue Date: 2022-01-04 14:13:19 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Turkic kinship terminologies represent a mixture of words of native and foreign origin, and the proportion of loanwords refl ects the degree of linguistic and cultural interference between the Turkic and other Eur-asian languages. As the intensity of socio-cultural relations between languages and communities increases, the proportion of loanwords in kinship vocabulary also increases. Th is paper provides an overview of his-torical, linguistic, and cultural aspects of kinship loanwords in the Turkic languages. Th e paper covers the following eight kinds of kin types in the Turkic languages: (1) parents, (2) siblings, (3) cousins, (4) children, (5) grandparents, (6) uncles/aunts, (7) nephews/nieces, (8) grandchildren. Due to the fact that in the conventional Turkic system of kinship, which is especially well-represented in pre-mod-ern Turkic languages, two or three of these kins may be merged in one single term on the basis of generation and lineage branch, kinship loanwords examined are ordered by this criterion.KEYWORDSKinship, family, loanwords, Turkic languages, language contact. Corresponding author. E-mail: ertasbas@gmail.comReceived: July 07, 2019 • Accepted: January 20, 2021© 2021 Akadémiai Kiadó, BudapestBrought to you by National Chengchi University | Unauthenticated | Downloaded 10/18/21 02:06 AM UTC
Relation: Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, Vol.74, No.3, pp.511-541
Data Type: article
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