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Sivtseva N.A. [The verb of being ol ‛to die, end, perish’ at the end of the Yakut fairy tale] World of Science. Series: Sociology, Philology, Cultural Studies, 2022, Vol. 13, No. 3. Available at: https://sfk-mn.ru/PDF/36FLSK322.pdf (in Russian).
The verb of being ol ‛to die, end, perish’ at the end of the Yakut fairy tale
Sivtseva Nataliya Aleksandrovna
Yakutsk Scientific Center of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yakutsk, Russia
Тhe Institute for Humanities Research and Indigenous Studies of the North of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences — a separate subdivision
Abstract. The article is devoted to the study of the text-organizing function of the verb ol ‘to die, end, perish’ in the Yakut language, which is the basic one in the subgroup of verbs of termination, being, the state of the lexico-semantic group of verbs of being. The relevance of the research topic is determined by the insufficient knowledge of the Yakut verbal vocabulary in the aspect of the problem of the structural and semantic organization of super-phrasal units. The article analyzes for the first time the text-forming potential of the studied verb at the level of a complex syntactic whole. At the same time, a complex syntactic whole is understood as a unit of text, which is a group of statements united around a single semantic center. The consideration of this verb on the basis of a complex syntactic whole as a unit of text in accordance with the principles and methods of functional-semantic and linguistic analysis is new. This study is based on a functional-semantic approach to the study of language phenomena, revealing the characteristics of the internal content of linguistic means of expressing cognitive categories. The study uses a continuous sampling method in the formation of material from lexicographic sources, a descriptive method in the implementation of contextual analysis to represent the text-organizing function of the verb in question. he research material is texts from the collection «Yakut Fairy Tales» compiled by G.U. Ergis, known as the first major edition of Yakut fairy tales. It is revealed that the specified verb participates in the design of the final part of the Yakut fairy tales. It is determined that the verb ol ‘to die, to end, to perish’ participates in the organization of the first sentence, the middle part and the final syntactic construction of the complex ending of the Yakut fairy tale.
Keywords: text; category; being; verb; vocabulary; interphrase connection; complex syntactic whole; Yakut language
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