Bashkirs and Turks

The Bashkir language is one of the Turkic languages, which is classified as a Kipchak group, i.e. they refer the origin of the Bashkir language to the Kipchak language. The Kipchak group is a conditionally accepted term. Attention should be paid to differences in pronunciation. The Kipchak language is characterized by the replacement of y <g. It is because of this characteristic that the Kipchaks should not be correlated with the Cumans. The Codex Cumanicus, which is stored in the library of St. Mark’s Cathedral in Venice, is written precisely in the wet tongue of the Turkic languages. The Kipchak language, undoubtedly, influenced the Bashkir language, but there is one misfortune that it is not known to take the Kipchak language as a basis. Kipchaks always merged with neighboring tribes, adopting their language, customs and ethnonym, as if the Kipchaks were not called a tribe, but a certain group of interests, for example, a religious sect. But what there is no doubt is that the Bashkir and Kipchak languages ​​belong to the Turkic. And yet, in the relatively recent past, the Bashkirs used the Turkic language, also known as the Tatar-Türks, in writing. And, probably, in connection with the term Turkic languages, the origin of the term Turkic should also be considered.

In the Bashkir language, Turk (Turk) is a mixed, general, group, related word turkum – group. And the common or generalized language of the Bashkirs was called Turk (Türks). According to this principle, the word Greek came from the Latin term grex – a mixture, which, in turn, is akin to the word sin. This can only say that turk and grex are descendants of the same peoples, i.e. they can be related people, separated by the difference of religion and the estrangement of the language happened afterwards. It is no coincidence that the Greeks do not differ much from the Turks anthropologically; moreover, the ancient Greek Koine shows general characteristics of both the Greek language and Turkish.

At one time, mixed languages ​​were called differently. For example, ancient Greek – koyne or kayne (boiling, mixing), there was also the language sabir – mixed, pidgin – simplified and many others. common languages, as well as lingua franca, literally “free language”. According to this principle, the Russian language developed, in which, it seems that all words are borrowed, the Bashkirs called a free, simplified language Turk – mixed, common. Written language and must be simplified, understandable to as many categories of people as possible. An interesting fact is that the language of the Bashkir poet and thinker Akmulla, today’s researchers call mixed, consisting of Tatar, Kazakh and Bashkir words. And it never occurred to anyone that this is one of the dialects of the Bashkir language, i.e. one of the tribes could speak that language, before the introduction of modern literary language. The appearance of dialects was probably promoted by a custom called barymty. The Bashkir youth was obliged to raid to distant lands in order to abduct the bride. As a rule, the language of the bride was different from the language of the groom, but the children grew up under the supervision of the mother and, accordingly, some words from her mother tongue fell into the language. And it turned out that the neighboring villages were distinguished by a dialect, not just a dialect, namely a dialect, differences not only in pronunciation, but also in words. And for understanding, a common language is needed, named already in the late Turkic era. The term is found in preserved Chinese chronicles and, for example, in the inscription dedicated to the Bilge Kagan. One should follow the appearance of the Ashin Turks as a separate community, group, as with their appearance, the term Turk begins to appear. In addition, Ashina was the founder of a separate group (Turk), consisting of various tribes. According to the Chinese annals, the “five hundred Ashin families” arose “from a mixture of different genera” living in the western part of Shaanxi, conquered in the IV century. among the Chinese by the Huns and Syanbians. This record confirms that the term Turk could well be used to mean mixed people, like language. It is noteworthy that in the annals themselves the term tukyu is used, which is identified with the Turk by the French orientalist P. Pelliot and then Turkut, supported by later scholars. Meanwhile, tukyu is close in phonetics to the tense verb and can have another direct translation – beat, knead, forge. This corresponds to the occupation of the Ashin Turks: “Asina with five hundred families fled to the Zhuzhans and, settling on the southern side of the Altai Mountains, mined iron for the Zhuzhans. ” Mongolian tribes have relations with Altai. From the annals of Rashid al-Din, it follows that in the Ergune-Khun hollow, the multiplying Mongols became crowded, and they came out from there, melting a steep slope rich in iron ore and making a passage through a mountain range, settled on the expanses of the steppe. At the same time, the Persian historian indicates that the two ancestors of these people were Nukuz, the legendary ancestor of the Turks, who was simultaneously revered by the Turks as “the ancestor of Noah (Turk. Nukh)”, and Kiyan, who was considered the ancestor of the royal family Kiyat-Borjigin, from whom Genghis Khan himself came for the first time uniting all the Türks and Mongols. At the same time, it is not known what sources Rashid ad-Din used. After all, he could have transferred the legend that existed before him to Altai or the Balkans, no difference, i.e. Describe events without reference to the terrain. The term Ergune-Khun in the original is completely written differently – Eregenkun, in which the Turkic Eregyn kun is guessed, in translation Day of Melting, which, if freely interpreted, may take the form of Spring Hill. And these are the Semites with their Tell Aviv. The exodus of the Jews from Egypt corresponds to the flight of the Ashin Turks. It turns out that the scribes of the Bible and the Persian scholar-encyclopedist used the same source. It is worth adding a story from German-Scandinavian myths, where, from the breath of the cow of Audumlu, the ice melted (licked ice blocks), which contributed to the birth of the first person under the name of Storm, Odin’s grandfather. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: in translation, the Day of Melting, which with a free interpretation may take the form of Spring Hill. And these are the Semites with their Tell Aviv. The exodus of the Jews from Egypt corresponds to the flight of the Ashin Turks. It turns out that the scribes of the Bible and the Persian scholar-encyclopedist used the same source. It is worth adding a story from German-Scandinavian myths, where, from the breath of the cow of Audumlu, the ice melted (licked ice blocks), which contributed to the birth of the first person under the name of Storm, Odin’s grandfather. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: in translation, the Day of Melting, which with a free interpretation may take the form of Spring Hill. And these are the Semites with their Tell Aviv. The exodus of the Jews from Egypt corresponds to the flight of the Ashin Turks. It turns out that the scribes of the Bible and the Persian scholar-encyclopedist used the same source. It is worth adding a story from German-Scandinavian myths, where, from the breath of the cow of Audumlu, the ice melted (licked ice blocks), which contributed to the birth of the first person under the name of Storm, Odin’s grandfather. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: The exodus of the Jews from Egypt corresponds to the flight of the Ashin Turks. It turns out that the scribes of the Bible and the Persian scholar-encyclopedist used the same source. It is worth adding a story from German-Scandinavian myths, where, from the breath of the cow of Audumlu, the ice melted (licked ice blocks), which contributed to the birth of the first person under the name of Storm, Odin’s grandfather. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: The exodus of the Jews from Egypt corresponds to the flight of the Ashin Turks. It turns out that the scribes of the Bible and the Persian scholar-encyclopedist used the same source. It is worth adding a story from German-Scandinavian myths, where, from the breath of the cow of Audumlu, the ice melted (licked ice blocks), which contributed to the birth of the first person under the name of Storm, Odin’s grandfather. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: which contributed to the birth of the first man under the name of Storm, the grandfather of Odin. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows: which contributed to the birth of the first man under the name of Storm, the grandfather of Odin. The same plot is traced here as with the Turks: melting and the outcome. For Türks and Jews there is a common ancestor Noah (Nukuz), indicating a community of Jews and Türks, i.e. they belong to the biblical people. From the “Small inscription” it follows:

“… Due to the fact that you, the people, are organized like that,
due to the fact that you
didn’t
pay attention to your kagan – you wandered in foreign lands, you exhausted yourself, my Turkic people! …”

The Turks mined iron for the Zhuzhans, who considered themselves to be one tribe with the Tobgachs. Tobgachs are mentioned in the “Small Inscription”, which is part of the funeral complex of Kul-Tegin and his wife. Another name of the Juan people is “Tatars”, also called “Tartar, perhaps this is one of the Haims of Aimnu. At the same time, it is alleged that the Zhughun Khaganate is an early Mongol state, i.e. Jujuans are Mongols and Tatars at the same time. At the same time, the meaning of the term Jujuana – “grovel”, which is comparable in meaning to “be courteous,” is gentleman, gallant. By the way, the gentleman literally “beloved lord”, lover: gent – lord, leman – beloved. There is a correlation between a lover – a man – a phallus. It’s curious that in Chinese, “p” is pronounced close to “w,” it’s a sound, similar to the French pronons, but still closer to the “w”. The same is observed in Persian. And the term Rouen, in Chinese, is heard as Juan, akin to the names John, Juan, Ivan, John, John, Sion (Zion), then Ionians, Yuezhi, Tohara and so on. It means a Ruan lute, a musical instrument. It is generally accepted that the name of the lute comes from the Arabic “al-ud” – wood, wood. However, in the Old Russian language (northern dialect), ud is a phallus, a member (Slo. Dahl). Related is wasp – end (bash.yaz.). And the name of the lute may turn out to be quite a Russian, a figurative comparison. This is because Zhuanzhuang is a reinforced Rouen-Rouen – the main member of the group (Turk). It is noteworthy that the Chinese 软管 (ruǎn guǎn) has the literal meaning “hose” and from it. schlauch (hose) is a gentry. In the Persian language mentioned, the member is kir with all the ensuing consequences: the head, the head is bash, kir is the lord, the phallus, and then Russian is the Bashkir. The term Mongol connects the meaning of Mongo – husband (man with experience). In the Bashkir language, instead of “mongo”, the term ҡart was used, and the word did not mean the old man, as is now customary, but a skilled man, experienced. Close to the value of batyrs. For example, the leader of the Tulkusur rebellion was named Cart, although he was not at all old, moreover, he was a rather young man. Close to the value of batyrs. For example, the leader of the Tulkusur rebellion was named Cart, although he was not at all old, moreover, he was a rather young man. Close to the value of batyrs. For example, the leader of the Tulkusur rebellion was named Cart, although he was not at all old, moreover, he was a rather young man.

However, one should return to the term Jujans, to the part where they considered themselves to be one people from Toba (Tobgachi). The fact is that the toba is translated from the Bashkir language as “whirlpool” and tobgachs are the devils living in this whirlpool. Comparing this term (toba) with another name of Jujuans – tartar, Tatars, where tartar is the abyss, hell, it becomes clear, the proximity of the term reptiles, i.e. snakes, reptiles and other animals, inhabitants of swamps. Legends tell of how a nine-year-old child, from the Western Hun tribe, was thrown into the swamp with his arms and legs severed, but the boy survived and the she-wolf gave birth to ten sons, from whom the clan of the Turks went. There is also the theme of swamps, where, in fact, the Türks came from. It’s worth saying that that the steppes were called Desht-i-kipchak and that dashed (daʃt) – damn, devilish (English); keepsake – a souvenir, a gift that is comparable in meaning to the word ark – chest, casket. And Desht-i-Kipchak is the abode of devils, Tartarus, the pool.

On the “Selenginsky stone”, an epitaph to one of the creators of the Uigur Kaganate, Bilge Kagan, there is a line: “… When the Kypchak Turks ruled us for 50 years …”, indicating that the Turk is a group and should be read “… group Kipchaks .. “. Kipchaks, Toxobids are directly related to Jews. Delov, in the Bashkir language ҡypsaҡ – a bag, sack, box, and is a kindred word for the ark. It probably makes sense to explain more broadly. The name Aron means “the ark of the covenant”, a chest with tablets and corresponds to the name Erich, Eric, Irek, Irik. The name Aaron was carried by the brother of Moses, from whom the clergy – Jews, Coens or Hagans – lead their kind. It is worth comparing with the title kagan among the Turks. Kipchaks, like people of the sack or toxobic, stood at the head of the Khazar Khaganate. It was they who were those Jews who were considered the top rulers, in this case, the clergy, that is, the term Kipchak meant a clergyman, a rabbi. In addition, another name for the Kipchaks is the Tatars.

It may be interesting to know whether the genetic studies confirm the kinship of the Türks and Semites. On the male side, this is the haplogroup R1a (Arabs, Levites, Slavs, and many others) and R1b (Uighurs, Bashkirs, Ashkenazi, etc.). And if someone decides that he is of a special kind or a descendant of aliens, this study will kill him.

The place where all events began, in all respects, the Urals and the Urals region. Indeed, one of the Scythian names of the Urals is Arima (first, unit). In the ethnonym Bashkirs, the basis of bash is preserved – the beginning. In Herodotus, the Bashkirs are called Arimaspas – the All-Seeing Eye, comparable to the name Enkuz, Argus, but the term was translated as “one-eyed” – cyclops (cyclops). By the way, it was they who taught dr. Greek. Hephaestus and Athena crafts. You can find parallels in the name Athena (in the original Әҫinә) and her türks (Tür, Tiu, Ziu) with Ashina and his Türks, which again indicates a common source. To the mythology of dr. In Greece, the theme could be brought in by immigrants from Greco-Bactria, where it could get along with the Yuezhi, closely connected with Central Asia. And Herodotus could well convey the story of Astyages and his grandson Cyrus II (son of his daughter), who was fed by a woman named Spako (Dog). Need to clarify that the Turks, like the Jews, inherited on the maternal side, i.e. for women. This was the reason that Temuchin (Genghis Khan) killed all his maternal relatives, thereby eliminating the candidates for the throne.

In Greek mythology, there is even a plot with eating your own son. Astyages fed Harpaga, who did not follow the order properly, of his own son. In other Greek. the version of the child they ate is Dionysus. It is noteworthy that the slave of Harpag, whom he ordered to kill the child, was called Mithridates, but the name Miθradāta means “mythical character”, an imaginary image. If we attach this motive to the Bashkirs, then Mithridates is closest in semantics to the afflictions, the descendants of Muyten. In the Bashkir language, “my” is an imaginary image and literally literally “from myths”. And then the usergans took up the boy’s upbringing and this is a kind of storm (wolf). The ethnonym Bashkort is led to the wolf, where the court (kurt) is the wolf, which can be a confirmation of where it all began. With a similar phonetics of the name, there was another biblical hero – Moses (Moisha, Musa), was saved in a similar way, thrown into the water in a basket. And they brought him up in the family of the pharaoh. The plot with the extermination of the family, when only one boy remains alive, is present in the epic “Babsak and Kusәk”. The struggle of two Bashkir tribes is described: Burzyans and Kipsak.

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