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Research Paper | Linguistics | Uzbekistan | Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018
The Lexical Subtleties of Some Letters of Arabic Alphabet in Gazellesof DJAMI
Majitova Sabohat Jamilovna
Abstract: The importance of some Arabic letters in the creation of poetic meanings and images on the example of gazelles of the great representative of Persian-Tajik classical literature Abdurrahman Jami (1414-1492) is discussed in this article. Based on the analysis of literary texts high talent of using letters is highlighted. In Persian-Tajik poetry there is a symbolic use of the Arabic alphabet in order to create meaning and image. In this context, the shape of the letters is given, most of the poets in their gazelles reflected attractive content, which in European linguistics is called phonosemantic. This style of expression is directly related to the worldview, ethical and intellectual perception, logical thinking and exquisite feeling. Therefore, every word or term based on poetry, chosen by the poet, depending on the purpose of the creator, is different and separate. In addition, the poet is close to the main meaning, expressing his thoughts about it. It is noteworthy that the definition of the lexical-semantic groups of the word and the study of its semantic cycle is the key to the discovery of symbols in poets & #039, poetry. Jami very well enjoyed these symbols and was one of the best poets of his time.
Keywords: grapheme, phrase, alphabet, poetry language, meaning, Arabic letters, hurufism, form and meaning
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 5, May 2018,
Pages: 98 - 101