ISSN:2149-0821

ABOUT THE NASAL VOCAL AND PRONOMİNAL N


First, the argument which determines the nasal voice as the source of pronominal n will be criticized in this study. And then it will be tried to determine the source of pronominal n as a morpheme. Hence the situation of person pronouns of modern dialects is going to be dealed. While doing this, the dative-locative suffix of Old Turkic, -KA, will be emphasized. It’ll be made inferences by the effect of this suffix on the velarisation of I. and II. person pronouns’ vocals.


Keywords


pronominal n, Old Turkic, place, dative suffix, locative suffix, ablative suffix

Author : Hakan ÖZDEMİR
Number of pages: 130-139
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.16990/SOBIDER.84
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