Author(s): Recep YÜRÜMEZ
The term meaning of Fakr is poverty. As Sufism, the human being always knows himself in need of his creator. Fakrnames are both verse and prose works that examine the subjects of how a Sufi person and Sheikh should be. One of the two known works of Muhhamed Bin Abdullah Harabati, who was born in 1730 but whose date of death can not be determined, is Fakrname. There are two separate copies of the Fakrname. One of them is a work called Harabati Turki in Uzbekistan and the other is a detached work in the Scientific Academy of Kyrgyzstan. Arabic and Persian elements used by the society in accordance with the language structure of the period will be determined in this study on Kyrgyzstan copy and will be examined morphologically. When the Harabati Fakrname, which is our moving point, was examined, it was determined that the language features identified in the Chagatai Turkish were more or less used periodically. Due to the lack of studies in this field, we think that this study is important both for the Chagatai Turkish and for the fact that it will reveal which morphological elements from Arabic and Persian existed in the language at that time.
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