Each language event affects a specific lan-guage level. Euphemism serves to soften harshwords or soften the name of a taboo.
Genderology is the direction that explores therelationships of speech, culture, social status, be-havior, position, psychological characteristics ofhuman biology, including speech. The speech ofmen and women has specific features that are ob-served in the phonetic, lexicological and syntacticsections of the language.
The article discusses the role and functioning of language levels (phonological, lexical, morphological, syntactic and methodological), and gender euphems can be expressed not only by verbal and kinetic means, but also by certain grammatical forms, vocabulary, text simplicity, even audio.
Nevertheless, the results show that we are far from understanding gender evolution as part of a certain level of the language system, but we cannot overcome the language roles and partnerships in their implementation. Undoubtedly, men and women have their own characteristics that affect a particular system.
The main aspect of linguistic stereotypes is the difference between male and female speeches, and there is no difference in the use of nonverbal tactics in the expression of these two sexes. At the same time, the euphemic meaning is also expressed through non-zero means, and the most important of these tools is silence. By default, quiet silence in the letter is expressed by ellipsis. Silence plays a key role in the Uzbek cultureof communication. Silence is a verbal drive that broadly represents meaning. It is used not only as a euphemism, but also for other purposes of communication. (respect, honor, dignity, etc.).
The article concludes that the lexical, morphological and syntactic part of the language plays an important role in the implementation of gende reuphemisms in the Uzbek language. Also, gender evolution is a language system. At the same time, in euphemisms, the role of linguistic and insignificant factors in the evolution of sex is determined.
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Gulyamova, Shakhnoza Doctorate
"THE ROLE OF LINGUISTIC AND NON-LINGUISTIC FACTORS IN THE EVENTUALIZATION OF GENDER MEANING IN EUPHEMISMS,"
Philology Matters: Vol. 2019
, Article 26.
Available at: https://uzjournals.edu.uz/philolm/vol2019/iss4/26