“Word Code” by O.O. Suleimenov in Electronic-handwritten and Printed Versions

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The article provides a comparative analysis of an electronic manuscript and a printed book by O.O. Suleimenov “Word code. Introduction to the Universal Etymological Dictionary ‘1001 Words’”. The similarities and differences in semantic and stylistic nominations of titles and paragraphs in the manuscript and in the printed original are considered. Structural and qualitative differences in the content of the new titles of the book, the peculiarities of the semantic advancement in them, which include a brief reflection of the content of the corresponding section of the study, are revealed and analyzed. The analysis and thesis description of new paragraphs, which were introduced by the author after working on the electronic manuscript of the book, are carried out. The main conceptual approach of O.O. Suleimenov to the search for the ancient primary source of the word (etymon) and writing both in the manuscript and in the original of the book, is to consider in unity, in close interconnection, the main five aspects of a scientific problem: figurative image (drawing, hieroglyph), concept, word, meaning, pronunciation linguistic unit in languages, adverbs, dialects, dialects in antiquity and now, their semantic and sound similarities and differences in different regions of the earth. The evolution of the wording of the titles and the semantic and stylistic advancement in them is significant, which is associated either with a slight lexical change in the wording of the title of the paragraph, or with the introduction of a different (updated) title, or with the introduction of a new paragraph into the structure of the book. These innovations of the author contributed to the improvement of the structural and logical-content significance of the book.

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Mahanbet Dzhusupov

Uzbek State University of World Languages

Author for correspondence.
Email: mah.dzhusupov@mail.ru
21-a, G-9A block, Kichik Halka Str., Tashkent, 100138, Uzbekistan

Doctor in Philology, Professor, Professor


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