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Abstract


ARCHAIC WORDS USED IN KALİLA wa-DİMNE AND SOME DOUBLE LANGUAGE USES
İt is written in Sanskrit, the original name Pan-Tantra, written by the Indian writer Beydaba, and later translated into Arabic from Pahlavi by Abdullah Ibn Mukaffa . It is a book of advice and morality containing fable-style stories. In its original form (English hypertexte), it became famous with the name Kalila wa-Dimna over time, adding five sections, later adding new sections ( English hypotexte ). According to the information we have obtained from the kataba records, it is understood that this work is a translation belonging to Sulayman Effendi who the son of Beyazid Khan’s tomb keeper. Thre are words in Arabic, Persian, and old Turkish period ( archaic ). It is also apparent that the work has property of being bilingual (olga-bolga ). In the study mentioned above we have tried to determine the couples in which the Old Turkic words (archaic) found in the work were used, to be given with dictionary meaning and also the feature of being a bilingual (Oguz) work was also presented carefully.

Keywords
old anatolian turkish, Kalila wa-Dimna, etymology


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