Year 2016, Volume 2 , Issue 3, Pages 0 - 0 2016-12-08

The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems
The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems

Mohammad Ahmad Saed [1]


The present study entitled “The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’sand Mawlawy’s Poems” which is an analytical and descriptive study. The purpose behind this study is to highlight those similar words that have identical features and meanings and can be found in the texts of both poets. The first axis of the study is specified to give a brief account of both Kurmanji and Goran dialects along with a synopsis of the both poets biography. In their lives, poetshad their own influence on the Kurdish poetry and literature, on the one hand Khani affected the nationalist concept and ideology, on the other hand Mawlawy had his own effect in employing his natural imagery and his lyrical themes.  The second axis of this study is devoted to tackle the reasons behind resemblance between Kurdish dialects in some grammatical cases. and referring to those words that are used by both poets with the same meaning and imagery. The number of the similar words that are found in Mawlawy’s anthology and Khani’sMumwzin is approximately 30 -40 words. Those words taken from the mentioned sources are the data of analysis of this study which are used in poetical phrases and sentences.  One of the findings of this study is that despite of having some sound differences between Kurdish dialects, those variations have little effect on the standardization of the Kurdish language. However,  the Kurdish language with its different dialects is an authentic, genuine, old and consistent language. 

The present study entitled “The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’sand Mawlawy’s Poems” which is an analytical and descriptive study. The purpose behind this study is to highlight those similar words that have identical features and meanings and can be found in the texts of both poets. The first axis of the study is specified to give a brief account of both Kurmanji and Goran dialects along with a synopsis of the both poets biography. In their lives, poetshad their own influence on the Kurdish poetry and literature, on the one hand Khani affected the nationalist concept and ideology, on the other hand Mawlawy had his own effect in employing his natural imagery and his lyrical themes.  The second axis of this study is devoted to tackle the reasons behind resemblance between Kurdish dialects in some grammatical cases. and referring to those words that are used by both poets with the same meaning and imagery. The number of the similar words that are found in Mawlawy’s anthology and Khani’sMumwzin is approximately 30 -40 words. Those words taken from the mentioned sources are the data of analysis of this study which are used in poetical phrases and sentences.  One of the findings of this study is that despite of having some sound differences between Kurdish dialects, those variations have little effect on the standardization of the Kurdish language. However,  the Kurdish language with its different dialects is an authentic, genuine, old and consistent language. 

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Journal Section Makaleler
Authors

Author: Mohammad Ahmad Saed
Institution: University of Sulaimani
Country: Iraq


Dates

Publication Date : December 8, 2016

Bibtex @research article { ijoks278425, journal = {International Journal of Kurdish Studies}, issn = {2149-2751}, eissn = {2149-2751}, address = {}, publisher = {Hasan KARACAN}, year = {2016}, volume = {2}, pages = {0 - 0}, doi = {10.21600/ijoks.278425}, title = {The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems}, key = {cite}, author = {Saed, Mohammad Ahmad} }
APA Saed, M . (2016). The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems. International Journal of Kurdish Studies , 2 (3) , 0-0 . DOI: 10.21600/ijoks.278425
MLA Saed, M . "The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 2 (2016 ): 0-0 <http://ijoks.com/en/issue/26443/278425>
Chicago Saed, M . "The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 2 (2016 ): 0-0
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ISNAD Saed, Mohammad Ahmad . "The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems". International Journal of Kurdish Studies 2 / 3 (December 2016): 0-0 . https://doi.org/10.21600/ijoks.278425
AMA Saed M . The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2016; 2(3): 0-0.
Vancouver Saed M . The Features and Meanings of Some Similar Kurdish Words in Khani’s and Mawlawy’s Poems. International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 2016; 2(3): 0-0.