A book confirming the unity of the Sumerian and Turkic languages
Leading researcher of the department of Folklore and written literature of the Institute of Folklore of ANAS, Doctor of Philology, Islam Sadig’s book “God language, Turkish language, Sumerian language” was published.
The book contains rich information about the formality of Sumerian and Turkic languages, harmony and the completeness of the syllable law in both of them, as these are the first important similarities that give grounds to talk about the coherence of these languages.
Phonetics, morphology, syntax and lexicon of the Sumerian language are studied in the book by mutual collisions with the materials of the Turkish language. Three important conditions required for the coherence of the two languages - the names of the members of the body, number and in both languages-are very consistent and convincing examples related to the same terms.
The author did not suffice to say that the number of advanced conditions for confirming the coherence of the Sumerian and Turkic languages reached 30.
The examples such as “The first words in Sumerian and Turkic languages and their vocabulary by sound”, “The same semantic word slots in Sumerian and Turkic languages”, “Vocabulary by repetition of syllables in Sumerian and Turkic languages”, “The semantic interpretation of Sumerian God names in Turkish language” and their analysis by mutual affixing clearly show the coherence of these two languages.
The book also reveals the similarity about 1000 words, which together with other arguments, are very valuable in terms of confirming the coherence of the Sumerian and Turkic languages.