Sibirya Araştırmaları Dergisi
Cilt 2, Sayı 5  Güz 2014  (ISSN: 2147-8104, E-ISSN: )

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1420578041 HAPAX LEGOMENON’S EVİDENT IN YAKUT-II: The Case of the Hapaxes Starting with Consonants

This paper aims at comparing Hapax Legomenon’s occurred in Gerard Clauson’s Etymological Dictionary with Yakut language. This comparision is restricted to hapaxes starting with consonants. The results of this study shows that the Qarakhanid hapaxes balıklan- I ‘to be full of fish’, bışıgla- ‘to cook’, karlat- ‘to make it snow’, keçtür- ‘to order to cross’, kıdıglan- ‘to be provided with a border or brim’, kuçtur- ‘to urge to embrace’, küdüş- ‘to wait for one another’, sıŋarla- ‘to take revenge on someone’, tarmat- ‘to have something scratch’, tiklin- ‘to be placed vertically’, tizlin- ‘to be strung’, toplun- ‘to be pierced’, tüŋürlen- ‘to reckon himself as someone’s relation by marriage’, türlün- ‘to be rolled’, yodun- ‘to be wiped’ survive only in the vocabulary of Yakut. The Karakhanid hapaxes karlan- ‘to be full of snow’, keçürt- ‘to make someone cross; to entrust a task to someone else’, kıdıgla- ‘to sew a brim’, konuklaş- ‘to entertain one another’, küze- ‘to spend the autumn’, seşlin- ‘to get free by one’s own efforts’, süŋüklen- ‘someone’s bones to grow bigger’, taplat- ‘to satisfy’, tarmaklan- ‘to settle in the desert like claws; to grow claws; to form channels’, tişet- ‘to order to sharpen’, tugla- ‘to block’, yitükle- ‘to state where something could be found’ also survive in the current vocabulary of Yakut together with one or more languages, and totally 27 words have lost the characteristic of being hapaxes.