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SOURCE:   Philology. Theory & Practice. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 5. Part 3. P. 57-59.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philological Sciences
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ONOMATOPE IMPORTANCE FOR HUMAN SPEECH FORMATION (BY THE MATERIAL OF THE KABARDIAN-CIRCASSIAN LANGUAGE)

Afaunova Andzhela Anatol'evna
Institute of Humanities Researches of the Kabardino-Balkarian Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Nalchik


Abstract. The article examines onomatopoetic system of the Kabardian-Circassian language as the most ancient lexical stratum. This word group which is widely represented in many languages includes sound imitations of animate and inanimate nature, natural phenomena, imitations of human sounds because they represent most clearly national specificity and universal features of any nation. Due to their acoustic instability, stylistic expressiveness and high figurativeness onomatopes attract linguists’ special interest.
Key words and phrases: происхождение языка, звукоподражательная гипотеза, ономатопы, генезис человеческой речи, глоттогенез, language origin, onomatopoetic hypothesis, onomatopes, genesis of human speech, glottogenesis.
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