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Abstract


Mongolian Loan Words in Crimean Tatar
After Genghis Khan's grandson Batu Khan and his armies captured the Crimean peninsula in 1239-1240 and established the Golden Horde state, the Golden Horde broke up over time and Crimean, Kazan and Astrakhan khanates emerged. Eventually a language relationship started between Crimean Tatar and Mongolian. Today, there are Mongolian words in the language of the Crimean Tatars, who live in Crimea, Uzbekistan, Romania and Turkey. To date, no particular study has been performed on Mongolian words existing in Crimean Tatar. N. Poppe, J. R. Krueger, L. V. Clark, W. Zajackowski, St. Kalujinski, E. F. Isbertin, Á. Birtalan, E. Csáki, E. K. Nagy, Cl. There are various studies of scientists such as Schönig, E. Z. Abdullayev, A. Caferoğlu, H. Eren, R. R. Arat, O. N. Tuna, T. Gülensoy, O. F. Sertkaya, A. G. Sertkaya, Z. Ölmez and M. Ölmez have studies about Mongolian words that Turkic dialects have in their historical and contemporary periods. However, in the current studies, the data in the Crimean Tatar language were either not included in them or only a few words were mentioned. In this study, the phonetic, morphological and semantic features of the words that have been borrowed from Mongolian to Crimean Tatar will be examined based on the Crimean Tatar dictionaries and grammars, and evaluations will be made about the use of these words in Crimean Tatar together with comparison to other studies.

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Crimean Tatar, Mongolian, loan words


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