Each ethnic-national culture is considered the descendant of the nation which he or she belongs to. Because the attitudes and relationships between personality and society, culture of speech, the way of thinking are shaped and improved by the influence of culture and language they belong to. In the ancient Turkish texts, emotions such as love, praise, inauguration, admonition are expressed by different means, through elliptical constructions of the language. In the text, these expressions expressed in the wedding, engagement, naming ceremonies, pre-war meetings and gatherings, joyful and sad moments in the ethnic groups and tribes, related to the situation and reasons express the value given to the world and to life by the Turks. The expression of such emotions took place in all ancient Turkish texts, including the Book of Dede Korkut, in the form of applauses, praises, naming rituals.
Our goal is to analyze their meanings of use and compare the roles of expression such as applause, praise, swearing-in, naming in the attitudes and destiny of the people. Because the ethno-cultural heritage of characters, as well as the genetic memory of the culture they carried are expressed and protected in the texts consist of applauses, praises, naming rituals used in the Book of Dede Korkut. At the same time, the ideas of the characters about good and evil are well-expressed in this type of the epic stories.
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