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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2015. № 3. Part 3. P. 101-103.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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THE MEANING OF THE ANCIENT ROOT ЙО?= IN THE LANGUAGE OF THE TUNDRA YUKAGIRS

Kurilov Gavril Nikolaevich
The Institute of Humanities Research and Indigenous Studies of the North of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences


Abstract. The structural-morphological, word-formative and semantic analysis of the common noun йо?ул : 1) "nose"; 2) "beak" in comparison with the words йо?йадир "loon" (literally: "white-billed") and Й??тэгэ - the name of the hilly promontory in the Bolshaya Chukochya River (literally: "Big nose" or "Holy nose") ? shows that they have the same root йо?= which means: 1) "nose"; 2) "beak". The comparative analysis of these words with the other verbal stems with йо?= , in particular йо?нэ= "to be open" and йо?оньэ= "to be evil, angry", allows drawing the conclusion about the direct relation of the ancient root йо?= with the meanings "open" and "evil, angry".
Key words and phrases: этимологический анализ, тундренный юкагирский язык, древний корень, полисемичное значение, юкагироведение, etymological analysis, the Tundra Yukagir language, ancient root, polysemic meaning, study of the Yukagir language.
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