Author : Abdinazimov, Sh.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4364-4369
In any culture, a person's name serves as a socio-cultural sign. The system of names, which has a long history, bears the traces of nationality of the people. Anthroponyms have a clear national and cultural significance, as they ensure the preservation of not only linguistic but also historical and cultural information. Anthroponymy is considered as a tool to reflect the national culture of the whole population. At present, the study of the relationship between anthropological vocabulary and culture in global linguistics is becoming one of the most pressing issues. Therefore, the study of Karakalpak anthroponymic material not only from a linguistic point of view, but also from an ethnolinguistic, ethnocultural, sociolinguistic, aesthetic, linguoculturological and historical point of view is becoming a requirement of the time.