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Abstract


REDUPLICATIONS AND THEIR FEATURES IN MAKHTUMKULU FİRÂKÎ’S POEMS
Various patterns have been benefited from in order to emphasise the meaning of the sentences within the written texts and to enhance them since the Old Turkic period. One of these patterns is the reduplication. Reduplication, which has been used during almost every period of the Turkish language, can also be seen in the written resources with current Turkish languages. Turkmen is also one of these. Reduplication is frequently used in texts that are written in Turkmen. One of the principle writers of the classical Turkmen literature is Mahtumkulu Firâkî. Mahtumkulu, who has an important place with regards to the development of the Turkmen, has used reduplication patterns in most of his poems as the richness of the expression and as the element of harmony. These patterns, which are the main ones of element of harmony for poems of Mahtumkulu, differ by way of formation. In this respect, we have studied some of the reduplications in our study, which we had compiled by scrutinising some of poems of Mahtumkulu, in various aspects. We haveprimarily classified these patterns in a certain order. We have listed these classifications we have carried out in the form of subtitles. We have tried to explain those patterns under these subtitles. We have frequently compared those with those reduplications available in Turkish. In this respect, we have tried to establish similarities and differences between these written languages, which represent two different branches of Turkish languages of the Oghuz group. We have made use of work of Baymuhammet Atalyyewiç Garryyew with the name of “Magtymguly” in our study.

Keywords
Reduplication, Mahtumkulu Firâkî, Turkmen, Turkish languages of the Oghuz group.



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