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After the Yenisei Inscriptions were introduced to the world for the first time by Messerschmidt in 18th century, a “Yenisei Inscription literature” occured thanks to the discovery of the other inscriptions which have some close-far relationship. The number of the inscriptions which were dealt with and discussed by Radloff (1895), Orkun (1948), Malov (1952), Batmanov (1959-1962), Vasilyev (1983), Kormuşin (1997-2008) increased gradually, and reading and signification studies found their best forms ever with the help of the increase in the private publications which dealt with every single inscription. However, such studies were older than 50 years, so new readings and significations were done over many inscriptions. In the final point, it is necessary that the Yenisei Inscriptions should be reconsidered by using different ways. In this study, we tried to search for the ablative in Yenisei inscriptions. Actually the case category Yenisei inscriptions was dealt with by Gülzat Nurdin Kızı as a master thesis in 2006. However, this study was based on the works of Malov-Batmanov and Orkun, and the other private works were handled after this study were not used comperatively, so the study is not competent to some extent. The aim of this study is to show that it is necessary to review the case category in Yenisei inscriptions which is handled before, but as the whole case category would be too broad to discuss in an article, only the ablative in Yenisei inscriptions was discussed in this study. According to the Nurdin Kızı’s study, the ablative in Yenisei Inscription is done by using some suffixes such as Ø (bare), /+A/, /+tA/, /+dA/, /+qa /, /+ kA/, and /+ γa/. In our study, the work named Yenisey Yazıtları ve Irk Bitig were prepared by Fikret Yıldırım (and oths.) and the part named Yenisey Yazıtları were scanned and identified that the ablative signifies these suffixes such as Ø (bare), +DA, +KA, and +(X)g. The differences and the reasons form the base of the article.

Ablative, Yenisei Inscriptions, The Ablative in Yenisei Inscriptions.

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