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Scientific reports of Bukhara State University

Abstract

Introduction. In order to study phraseology from the perspective of an anthropological paradigm, it is certainly important not to overlook human-related issues, as in the study phraseological units, proper anthroponymic components of phraseological units were studied in an anthropocentric nature. Anthroponyms have a special place in the language with their semantic and methodological features, which distinguish them from other lexical units of the language. This requires conducting onomastic research in a synchronous and diachronic manner on the basis of comparative-historical study. Indeed, the phraseological units associated with nouns have social significance and reflect the culture and social life of a society. The system of images embodied in the phraseological structure of the language, in turn, serves to convey national-cultural experience and traditions of the people. Research methods. The study used the methods of component and stylistic analysis within the framework of the linguistic picture of the world based on the system-structural paradigms. It is noted that phraseological units differ from other linguistic units in that they provide imagery, expressiveness and emotionality to speech. The main attention is paid to the definition of national and cultural features of phraseological units with anthroponic components of the Uzbek language, expressing different socio-cultural cultures of the East. Results and discussions. Scientific novelty lies in the study of determining the sources of origin of phraseological units with anthroponymic components in the Uzbek language on the basis of phraseological units associated with traditional names, national folklore, the history of the people, with real historical figures and characters from literary works. As a result, it was determined that the system of images in the composition of phraseological units is associated with the physical, social or spiritual culture of the nation and the formation of its worldview, and therefore they acquire special significance due to the fact that they contain information about the national and cultural experience of that nation, its traditions and customs. Conclusion. sources of origin for phraseological units with anthroponymic components in the Uzbek languages are determined on the basis of phraseological units associated with traditional names, national folklore, history of the people, names of real historical figures and characters from literary works.

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