INTERPRETATION OF FAMOUS HORSE-BASED TOPONYMS

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RAKHMATULLAEVA MOHINUR MOMIN QIZI
O. A. ORIPOV

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The transition from one type of horse to another is a common occurrence in the language. In this case, the famous horse moves further away from the appellate basis on which it is based, in some cases becoming completely irrelevant in meaning. For example, in the toponym Abdushukur> Shukur> Shukurkuduk, Abdushukur Shukur means a person, while Shukurkuduk means a water body. The first is related to the concept of man and the second to the concept of hydronymic object. Thus, the toponym Shukurkuduk is far from its original appellate basis - Abdushukur in terms of meaning, function and form. In the system of famous horses, it is common for famous horses to cross each other, and this feature has a different appearance. Depending on how well-known the horse is in my new toponym, the new name is called: 1. If the toponym is based on a person's name, surname, nickname, pseudonym - anthropotoponym; 2. If my toponym is based on the name of a tribe, tribe, people, nation or collective nickname of those ethnic groups - ethnotoponym; 3. If the toponym is based on the names of cosmic objects (Moon, Sun, Planet, Star, etc.) - cosmotoponym; 4. If my toponym is based on toponyms (place names) - topotoponym; 5. The toponym is called a hydrotoponym if it is based on the name of water bodies (hydronyms). Below we proceed to the analysis of the occurrences of the names mentioned in the Nurata toponymy.

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RAKHMATULLAEVA MOHINUR MOMIN QIZI, & O. A. ORIPOV. (2021). INTERPRETATION OF FAMOUS HORSE-BASED TOPONYMS. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 7(05), 221-222. https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/954
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RAKHMATULLAEVA MOHINUR MOMIN QIZI, & O. A. ORIPOV. (2021). INTERPRETATION OF FAMOUS HORSE-BASED TOPONYMS. International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, 7(05), 221-222. https://repo.ijiert.org/index.php/ijiert/article/view/954

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