Hybrid Words in English from Turkish
Tarih: 27 Temmuz 2012 | Bölüm: Türkçe | Yorumlar: Yorum yok.
The theme of people of languages means that his contacts with each other. Language contacts two or more words of the language to interact with each other causes. Languages of the peoples as active as the Turks, left deep traces in many languages, including English. Different sources give different data on the number of words in the English language Turkish origin. The number of these words, according to the source, varies between 10 and 800 words.
Verilere we have, according to the word in English, there are approximately four hundred Turkish origin. This, 55% of the words creating ethnological, social and political content accounted for 26% of the remaining words, constitute 19% of the words from natural events.
Natural terms, widely seen as a mutual sciences. Although the field of expertise falls in a part of these terms, they constitute an important part of English vocabulary. Terms contained in this group; Badia, Irbis, jougara, mammoth, sable, taiga, turkey and so on. are examples. There are 18 minerals in the same group name. As an example, dashkesanite, Tabriz marble, etc. turanite. be given.
Social and political content of the phrase, usually related to lives of Turkish and Muslim communities, special literature, history and ethnography are used in the works. This group of Turkish origin, the most famous words: bashi-bazouk, Begum, effendi, chiaus, Cossack, ganch, horde, Janissary, khan, Lackey, mameluke, pacha, saber, uhlan‘dır.
Ethnographic words generally, as well as historical and ethnographic works are also used in the scientific literature. In addition, an integral part of English vocabulary can be found in the words of some Turkish origin: caviar, coach, kiosk, kumiss, macrame, shabrack, shagreen, vampires and so on.
Turkish words into English, British ancestors (angle, the Saxons, Jütler), a Turkish tribe they enter the era under the influence of the Huns, in other words, it goes back to the late fourth century. A.D. 376’dan since the whole of Central Europe under the influence of the Huns. MS immediately after the death of Attila the Hun The first British group consisting 449’da Jütlerden with Angle and Saxons began to immigrate to the British Isles.