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    Dergimizin 31. sayısı (8 / 3) 15 Eylül 2019 tarihi itibarıyla yayımlanmıştır.

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There are different opinions about formation of “geber-” verb that is described unloveble people and animals’ death in Turkey Turkish. These opinions focuse on two points. First opinion is that geber- “to die” comes from kėbe / kebe ~ gebe “svvollen, puffy, pregnant”. Second opinion is that geber is kabar- verb's binary format. In this paper, after it will be mentioned opinions of researchers that research this word's etymology, it will be criticized them. It will be pointed it’s possible to prove that in Old Turkish kėber- ~ kėper- is about death case in different texts, it is not encountered kebe. It will be refered to the contradiction that altough derivative (kėper-) can be determined recurrently, base (kėbe-) was seen only after XIV. century. It will be mentioned that kėper- > geber- can be come from kép “style, form” base not from kėpe ~ kėbe that can be described as a conventional in Old Turkish. It will be underlined there is opening like kėp+er- in relatonship with base of kėp “style, form” and derivative of kébermek. In the meaning dimension, it will be expressed that “(known outside) get a form” means that swelling of the body. It will be supported that kėp is base of geber- because of there are closed vowel e (ė) and long wovel in kėp in Old Turkish by available evidence It will be utilized for showing meaning semantic changes by context examples as much as possible.

To die, pregnant, etymology, Old Turkish, Turkey Turkish.

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