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Journal: Uluslararası Dil, Edebiyat ve Kültür Araştırmaları Dergisi (Vol.2, No. 2)

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Page : 54-65

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Garib-nâme is the largest masnavis in the fourteenth century written in Anatolian Turkish of Turkish literature. It is a moral, mystical and instructive masnavi. It is one of the leading, valuable and fundamental works of Turkish language and literature. Yunus Emre and Mevlana have great influence in the Garib-nâme and poems written Turkish in order to educate the public. Âşık Pasha, who uses the language in a simple way, is a conscious and knowledgeable advocate of Turkish. Some of the root verbs in this work reflecting Turkish culture have been tried to be evaluated in terms of polysemy. Polysemy is the expression of new concepts outside the basic meaning that reflects an indicator. Polysemy is that it refers to new concepts other than the basic meaning that an indicator reflects with various factors. It is a meaningful phenomenon that is created by the fact that a word is capable of showing multiple concepts by expanding for semantic reasons. The aim is to try to determine what meanings the simple verbs have. In this study, ten simple verbs were examined in terms of multiple significance. These; open, know, finish, go out, wear, fill up, gather, pass away, stay, disappear verbs. The numerical data of these root verbs in terms of multivariate are as follows: open: four, know: five, finish: nine, go out: three, wear: two, fill up: three, hold: twelve, pass away: three, stay: five, lost: three. In terms of meaning, the most number of finish and hold verbs, the least number of minutes, attach, pass away, go out, fill, lost verbs are used.

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