Türkiye Türkçesinin Söz Varlığında Hayvan Adlarının Organ Adlarıyla ya da Vücut Bölümlerine İlişkin
Bu makale Crosscheck sistemi tarafından taranmış ve bu sistem sonuçlarına göre orijinal bir makale olduğu tespit edilmiştir. ABSTRACT Metaphors, shaped through society's cultural characteristics and tendency along with increasing the expressive power of language also has provided words to have many connotation. In this event of meaning that shapes differently in any language, by constructing the relation of resemblance, which is a prerequisite for metaphrase, it has occurred that some entities
... that some entities substitute and refer to each within the specifications of shape, color, function and etc. Samples of metaphor that in the Turkish vocabulary has a wide variety in terms of notions that they meet. It is seen that some of these samples are used for kinds of plants, animals, instruments, stuff, diseases, color, food, qualification, situation and etc. and some of these going into details, are used for notions like some species of wheat, bread type, currency, metal or wooden parts, blain, pimple. In this article, it is aimed to determine samples of metaphor formed by the animal nouns together with organs or body parts in Turkish vocabulary. For this purpose, being in the first place the Turkish Dictionary (TDK 2011, DD 2012 and Compile Dictionary (TDK 1993), relevant resources, studies about dialects of Anatolia and Rumelia, glossaries, online dictionaries are searched. Sampled metaphors that in our study are ranked in alphabetical order by name of animals and notions that meet; all phraseology, spellings and meanings of these samples which may vary according to areas, region and resources of utterance are evaluated. It is focused on issues like usage of the samples in Turkish vocabulary, features in terms of synonymy, polysemy and homonym, characteristics of the relation of resemblance built up between words and notions and binding aspect that observed in the samples. At the end of the study, it is given indexes of determinated samples arranged by names of animals and organ or related to body parts.