Family tradition “Wedding” in the English and Uzbek linguculturology (on the examples of lexical and phraseological units) - International Journal of Academic Research in Business, Arts & Science | IJARBAS

Issue: 10, Volume: 2, Year: 2020

Family tradition “Wedding” in the English and Uzbek linguculturology (on the examples of lexical and phraseological units)

Date of Publication : 20, Oct, 2020

Date Of Acceptance : 17 October, 2020

Author: FERUZA MAKHAMMADOVNA MAMATOVA

Area of research / Subject: Family tradition “Wedding” in the English and Uzbek linguculturology

Family traditions are commonly realized among family members and relatives and are reflected in the language of every nation. Data about a certain tradition of a certain nation and culture is fixed in phraseological fund of a language. Considering the fact that family traditions are investigated principally by cultural studies, a new trend in linguistics “linguoculturology” (study about culture and linguistics in one) focuses on the researches of cultural phenomena from linguistic point of view. This paper illustrates a comparative study of   a wedding tradition (henceforth often WT) reflected in the English and Uzbek linguoculturology. The tradition of “Wedding” is a cultural legacy for both of nations as there concrete customs and habits are carried out. Proverbs, idioms realias, symbols of the English and Uzbek languages enable to get acquainted with the whole process of English and Uzbek WT. The analysis of wedding traditions was carried out as a part of linguistic, linguoculturological studies of family traditions. In this scientific research we compared specific features, similarities and unique aspects of WT. Etymological method of linguistics was used in the revealing of the notion of “wedding”, descriptive method depicted a wedding ceremony, comparative method contributed to search and compare phraseological units related to WT in both of the languages. The research is new for the linguistics the purpose of which is to set universal and ethnocultural properties of WT in the linguoculturologies compared.

The results of the analysis show that WT is a culturally-marked tradition, since the proverbs and idioms expressing it, contain elements of a national, cultural specificity. In spite of having dissimilar geographical location, different religions, cultures, mentality, languages, phraseological units show that there are common views on WT one of which is regarded as a positive impact in the phscology of people having a priority over other traditions by uniting two young people into one and creating a future happy family. On the other hand, there were revelead pecularities concerning dishes served for guests at a wedding party, clothes and mostly the process of a wedding ceremony. Statistics of the analysis demostrates that proverbs, idioms and symbols, realias  expressed in the idioms about wedding reflected in the linguistic picture of the English world almost make up 10-15 % whereas 40-50 %  in the Uzbek.

Keywords: Wedding tradition, culturally marked, linguculturology, linguistic picture of the world,

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Author(s), FERUZA MAKHAMMADOVNA MAMATOVA, (2020). “Family tradition “Wedding” in the English and Uzbek linguculturology (on the examples of lexical and phraseological units)”. Name of the Journal:  International Journal of Academic Research in Business, Arts and Science, (IJARBAS.COM), P, 1- 11. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4122498  , Issue: 10, Vol.: 2, Article: 1, Month: October, Year: 2020. Retrieved from https://www.ijarbas.com/all-issues/

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Keywords : Wedding tradition, culturally marked, linguculturology, linguistic picture of the world,

DOI (Digital Object Identifier) Number: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4122498

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