Author(s): Hasan ?S?
In this study, is discussed that we are the East-West Turkic divided into two groups in terms utanma/utanmak in the sense uvut ~uwut and uyat extending the development of the from Historical Turkic to Modern Turkic. The end of the Mongolian invasion of writing tradition based on a single branch from Kharanid, is one of the breakpoints of the Turkic language to reveal the term East-West Turkic. The word uwut, which is said to belong to Oghuz by Kashgari is in the form of ut~ud as contraction in Oghuz Turkic, while the word of uyat in Chaghatay Turkic, known as Eastern Turkic, has become utanma/utanmak words of both dialect. In this respect, our study is supported by the materials of the Turkic language written in two different languages and it is desired to show that the words displayed lexical differences after the 15th century.