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Abstract


ON THE SOME EXPRESSIONS IN OLD TURKIC INSCRIPTIONS: KT EAST 38TH AND T 23RD LINES
In Old Turkic inscriptions a name in the nominative case can be an indefinite object of a sentence or a clause. This is referred to as an accusative case without suffix. And the definite object case is formed by adding the suffixes +g/+g to the stems without possessive suffix, the suffix +n to the stems with possessive suffixes. This case is also formed very rarely by adding +nI after the personal and demonstrative pronouns in the plural case and +I after the personal and the demonstrative pronouns in the singular case. In this study, accusative suffixes were explained in an approach that addresses the problems of reading and translation in relation to the Old Turkic inscriptions, and the opinions on the readings of the expressions in Köl Tigin East 38th and Tun?yuquq 23rd lines were presented.

Keywords
Old Turkic, inscriptions, accusative case, Köl-Tigin, Tun?yuquq.


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