ALEVI-BEKTASHIS FRAZEOLOGY AS AN ELEMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE PICTURE OF THE WORLD

  • Iryna Pokrovska
Keywords: phraseology, Sufism, specificity, research, internal form, metaphorization, Alevi-Bektashis

Abstract

The article is devoted to the detailed analysis of the variety of Sufi phraseology of the Turkish language named Alevi-Bektashis, which arose among the Turkish dervishes. Based on the encoded and incomprehensible language of the representatives of Alevi-Bektashis of Sufies were formed the corresponding phraseological units, most of which relate to the life and beliefs of Alevi-Bektashis. The basis of the article was the dictionaries of the terms and phraseology of Sufi and Alevi-Bektashis, which were written by the well-known Turkish lexicographers. For the first time in the Ukrainian linguistics is offered a completely new phraseological material of the Turkish language with the specific metaphorization. In the article the particular attention is paid to the process of sacralization and transformation of values during the formation of the Alevi-Bektashis terms. Some such terms are so firmly established in the consciousness and subconsciousness of the Turkish ethnic group, which they actively continued to be used after the official closure of all Sufi monasteries (Tekkas) in Turkey. A peculiar encyclopedia
of phrases, proverbs and epitomes of Sufi s in the contemporary Turkish language is the Dictionary of A. Golpinarli ‘The usage the phrases and proverbs in our language from the Sufi sm’. National specifi c expressions of the realities in phraseology are an integral part of the linguistic picture of the world of the Turkish ethnic group and are classifi ed as markers of the national consciousness of the Turks.

Published
2018-10-24
How to Cite
Pokrovska, I. (2018). ALEVI-BEKTASHIS FRAZEOLOGY AS AN ELEMENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE TURKISH LANGUAGE PICTURE OF THE WORLD. Scientific Notes of Ostroh Academy National University: Philology Series, 2(69), 109-111. Retrieved from https://journals.oa.edu.ua/Philology/article/view/1663