GRAMOTA Publishers suggests publishing your scientific articles in periodicals
Pedagogy. Theory & PracticePhilology. Theory & PracticeManuscript

Archive of Scientific Articles

SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 10. Part 3. P. 83-86.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

License Agreement on scientific materials use.

THE USE OF PARTITIVE CASE IN OLONKHO

Vinokurova Nadezhda Ivanovna
Institute for Humanities Research and Indigenous Studies of the North of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yakutsk, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)


Abstract. This article deals with the peculiarities of the use of the partitive case in simple and possessive declensions in the language of the Yakut folk heroic epos of Olonkho. The partitive case is considered to be one of the less frequent, since there are a number of restrictive conditions for its use. As several researchers believe, nouns with possessive affixes in the form of the partitive case are practically not found in the Yakut literary language. However, on the basis of the material collected from two samples of Olonkho it is demonstrated that nouns with possessive affixes, and also without them, are used in the Olonkho language.
Key words and phrases: якутский язык, частный падеж (партитив), повелительное наклонение (императив), якутский героический эпос олонхо, простое (непритяжательное) склонение, притяжательное склонение, изафетные конструкции, Yakut language, partitive case, imperative mood, Yakut heroic epos of Olonkho, simple (non-possessive) declension, possessive declension, postpositional attributive group constructions.
Open the whole article in PDF format. Free PDF-files viewer can be downloaded here.

 

References:
  1. Abramov N. A. (Kynat) N'urgun B???. Yakutsk: Bichik, 2011. 512 s.
  2. Aleksandrov N. S. (Ynta Nikiite) K?r Buurai bukhatyyr / zapisal I. N. Grigor'ev. Yakutsk: Assotsiatsiya "Saidys"; Obshchestvennaya akademiya "Keskilge khardyy", 2000. 192 s.
  3. Betlingk O. N. O yazyke yakutov / per. s nem. V. I. Rassadina. Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1990. 646 s.
  4. Vinokurova N. I. Glossirovanie kak metod reprezentatsii tekstov v yakutskom yazyke // Severo-Vostochnyi gumanitarnyi vestnik. 2016. № 4 (17). S. 85-99.
  5. Gorokhov-Muoia M. N. Kyydaannaakh Kyys Bukhatyyr. Yakutsk: Bichik, 2010. 205 s.
  6. Grammatika sovremennogo yakutskogo literaturnogo yazyka: v 2-kh t. M.: Nauka, 1982. T. 1. Fonetika i morfologiya. 496 s.
  7. Grammatika sovremennogo yakutskogo literaturnogo yazyka: v 2-kh t. Novosibirsk: Nauka, 1995. T. 2. Sintaksis. 336 s.
  8. Muoma olo?kholoro. Yakutsk: Bichik, 2004. 240 s.
  9. Nikolaev I. A. (Kuo?as Uibaan) B?d?r?ibet s????khteekh M?ld'? B???. Yakutsk: Bichik, 2012. 256 s.
  10. Novikov V. M. (K?nn?k Uurastyyrap) Toion D'a?aryma. Yakutsk: Yakutskoe knizhnoe izdatel'stvo, 1959. 331 s.
  11. Ogotoev P. V. E?e Khara attaakh Eles Bootur. Yakutsk: Fond sokhraneniya i izucheniya olonkho, 2002. 228 s.
  12. Sleptsov P. A. Stupeni i problemy yakutskogo yazykoznaniya. Yakutsk: IGIiPMNS SO RAN, 2008. 544 s.
  13. Stepanov N. I. (Nooroi) K?n Erili / zapisal P. N. Dmitriev. Yakutsk: Poligrafist, 1995. 180 s.
  14. Ubryatova E. I. Issledovaniya po sintaksisu yakutskogo yazyka. Novosibirsk: Nauka, 2006. 603 s.
  15. Yadrikhinskai-Bed'eele P. P. D'yrybyna D'yrylyatta Kyys bukhatyyr / zapisal P. N. Dmitriev. Yakutsk: Yakutskoe knizhnoe izdatel'stvo, 1981. 199 s.

To Publish Article in the Journal | To show issue content | To show all articles in section | Subject Index

© 2006-2021 GRAMOTA Publishers

site development and search engine optimization (seo): krav.ru