2014 - İmdat Demir - https://doi.org/10.12780/UUSBD360
Özet:In dialect studies, some morphemes defined as anaptyxis are usually happen to be seen. Those morphemes are to be intensive for the words they are added to. The affixes some of which are related to the Turkish archaic written languages do not have distinctive functions except for recurrence and adding condiment. Intensive affixes reveal in case category, enclitic structure or in archaic affix style, eg: affix +n is typically in imperfect conjugation, third person singular (gelcekdi+n “gelecekti”). Also, the intensive postposition ok is conventionally in some words or affixes: hinci+k/ şinci+k/ şindi+k “şimdi”. Intensive affixes are thought to increase the gerunds in dialects, to function differently in different verbs, and to be used sterotypically since the Old Turkic to present. The study deals with the Güneybatı Anadolu (Southwest Anatolia) dialects including İzmir, Muğla, Denizli, Manisa, Uşak, Kütahya, Afyon and Balıkesir which is very close to these dialects. In this study, the intensive affixes encountered in the region will be handled and whether these structures are epithesis or archaic will be discussed.
Anahtar Kelime:Southwest Anatolia Dialects, intensive affixes, morphophoneme, enclitic.