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Accepted Paper:

A semantic research of common words in Albanian and Turkic languages  
Gulom Mirzayevich Ismailov (Uzbekistan Academy of Scineces)


In this article, the common and different features of lexemes in the Uzbek language belonging to the Turkic language group of the Altaic language family and in the Albanian language belonging to the Indo-European language family are comparatively analyzed. Also, the Albanian ethnonym found in the Turkic peoples and its etymology were comparatively analyzed based on the sources of scientists. The historical study of ethnonyms and lexemes makes it possible to determine the gradual (evolution) development of concepts and names and their origin, to study ethnic migration routes, cultural and linguistic connections. A comparative analysis revealed that the literary language of the people living in the geographically distant territory of Uzbekistan, as well as the words of the Kipchak dialects of this region, have a commonality with the Albanian language. To this day, many sources state that the Turkic words in the Albanian language were mainly absorbed into the Albanian language through the Turkish language. (I concluded) The occurrence of lexemes in Albanian, which are present in Uzbek but not in Turkish, proves the opposite of this hypothesis. Because the meeting of the words of the Uzbek literary language and dialects in the Albanian language is evidenced by the example of the lexemes in the Uzbek and Albanian languages that the social-economic-cultural relations of the Albanian and Central Asian peoples existed from ancient times. In addition, the common lexemes of Uzbek and Albanian languages are analyzed synchronously and diachronically, and the similarities and differences of lexemes adopted from other languages into Uzbek and Albanian languages and their peripheral themes are highlighted. As a result, it can be seen that even though our ancestors are located in geographically distant areas, they had contacts in various fields, including economic and cultural fields, and on this basis, lexemes found in the languages of the representatives of both languages were adopted from one national language to another.

Panel LANG03
Language and Linguistics
  Session 1 Friday 7 June, 2024, -