TITLE

LİTVANYA TATAR TÜRKLERİNE AİT HAMAİLLER VE NEMĖŽİS KÖYÜNDE BULUNAN İKİ HAMAİL

AUTHOR(S)
ATMACA, Emine
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries;2013, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p147
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Lithuanian-Tatar Turks, Lithuania Great Principality the period of Golden Empire XIV. first century and its began to settle in after the breakup. According to the researchers, this continued uninterrupted XVII. century until. At first, Lithuanian-Tatar Turks knew Tatars Turkish. After due to various reasons they had forgotten XVI. end of the century XVII. per century. As a result, Qur'an interpretations, meanings, such as prayer and catechism, into religious books. Lithuanian-Tatar Turks so that with Arabic letters at first White Russian at later date Polish language the started a tradition of manuscripts. Today several libraries in Lithuanian-Tatar Turks manuscripts of the commentary. Tajwid, Arabic suras, hadits, prayer and Miraç-nâme (< A. mi|râc (A.i.c. maârîc)) are types as well as book. In addition some of the prayers and suras, these valuable manuscripts, the names of disease and their treatment, plant names, types of charms and spells in the book called the hamâil types. In this article, first as result of research and inverstigations in the village of Nemezis of the city of Vilnius. The two hamâil information will be given about the content of the book. Later in these boks, in words written in Turkish phonetic, morphology and lexicology there will be talk of the existence.
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94761195

 

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