Classification Of Compound Words In English And Uzbek Languages

  • Ma’rufjon Karimov, Raykhona Ibragimova


This article comparative analyzes the formation, similarities and differences of compound words in English and Uzbek languages. The article is written in the cognition field, which is considered one of the modern linguistic directions today. In modern linguistics, properties of compound words through cognitive models, is one of the current issues.

The analysis of the semantic relationship existing between the constituents of a compound presents many difficulties. Some authors have attempted a purely logical interpretation distinguishing copulative, existential, spatial and other connections. This scheme, however, failed to show the linguistic essence of compounds and was cumbersome and artificial.