Characteristics of Legal Literature in Turkish Languages and Laws of Sounds

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G.N. Karimullina
R.N. Karimullina
Y.V. Laykova
K.K. Sarekenova


Law teaching in countries has gone in a direction that has distanced itself from other social sciences. Based on the approaches that have been created in relation to interdisciplinary studies, the relationship between law and other disciplines such as economics and sociology, which are closely related, has been re-established once again, however, the relationship between law and literature and cultural studies is still neglected. The least impact of this distance can be that the legal texts do not have the necessary literary standards and the language and literature used in the legal texts are far from the literature of today's society.This article discusses the features of common Turkic words. Among common Turkic words, there are those that do not differ in any aspect and differ little in sound composition. Phonetic changes and features of common Turkic words discussed in the article are analyzed. At the same time, the Turkic origin is the same, the root of the word is common, and these languages have individual autonomy and development. They are observed primarily in the areas of phonetics and morphology, and then in the areas of syntax. Most of the changes related to sound and morphology are clearly visible in the personalities of lexical units. Therefore, by assigning certain lexical personalities to the article, their meaning is distinguished, and only then do the phonetic features become clear. Common Turkic words are first compared on the basis of Kazakh and Turkish data, and then compared on the basis of a multilingual dictionary for nine Turkic languages. In comparison with the Turkic languages, we can see that these words have many differences in their marking or sound. They are usually considered as distinctive features of each Turkic language. These features are realized in accordance with the above-mentioned laws of sound. But we can not argue that the roots of the words given in comparison have the same origin

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Karimullina, G. ., Karimullina, R. ., Laykova, Y. ., & Sarekenova , K. . (2022). Characteristics of Legal Literature in Turkish Languages and Laws of Sounds. BiLD Law Journal, 7(3s), 155–160. Retrieved from