ALTIN ORDU, KIRIM, KAZAN HANLIKLARI’NA AİT YARLIK VE BİTİKLERDE MESLEK ADLARI
Khwarazm Turkish (13-15th century) is a written language that developed on the basis of Karakhanid Turkish in the south of Aral Sea, and which was formed under the influence of the literary language characteristics of Oghuz, Kipchak, Kangli and other Turkish tribes. The borders of this written language, which developed in Khwarazm region dominated by the Golden Horde State founded by Batu Han, the grandson of Genghis Khan, extends to Crimea and Derbend.
In this study, the works named yarliqs and bitiks that were produced in the Khwarazm-Kipchak branch of Khwarazm Turkish and in the Golden Horde, Crimea and Kazan areas will be discussed in the context of their profession names. A. Melek Özyetgin’s work The Language and Style Analysis of the Yarliqs and Bitiks in the Golden Horde, Crimea and Kazan Areas, the occupational names that were obtained will be classified according to the areas in which they were performed and the attention will be drawn to the social, economic, political etc. lives of the Golden Horde people.
Khwarazm, Khwarazm Turkish, yarliqs and bitiks, occupational names, Old Turkic culture, conceptual f