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Original article | International Journal of Language and Education Research 2020, Vol. 2(3) 44-61

The Political Life In The Shrines of the Sixth Century AH Study in Light of Semantic Fields Theory

Sadeer Husam Kareem AIqaisi

pp. 44 - 61   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2006-07-0002

Published online: June 27, 2020  |   Number of Views: 13  |  Number of Download: 451


Abstract

   The research dealt with determining the significance of the terms of political life contained in the texts of the Maqamat, and showed for example how the word (the state) requires some words towards (the king, the sultan, the ruler, the governor, the president), and that the semantics of these words are developed and not static through their application in the theory of semantic fields .

The significance of the vocabulary in the Arabic language is derivative, not authentic, and the word grows and develops according to the subject change, and the context is its primary role in determining the meaning of the word in the texts of the maqamat, and between the research that the words of political life were varied with converging meanings, and they came out in certain places to metaphorical purposes identified by the research, and they have varied The semantic relationships in the fields are not limited to a specific type, and there is no perfect synonym, but rather a partial synonym, because of the simple semantic differences between them.

Keywords: Semantic


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APA 6th edition
AIqaisi, S.H.K. (2020). The Political Life In The Shrines of the Sixth Century AH Study in Light of Semantic Fields Theory . International Journal of Language and Education Research, 2(3), 44-61.

Harvard
AIqaisi, S. (2020). The Political Life In The Shrines of the Sixth Century AH Study in Light of Semantic Fields Theory . International Journal of Language and Education Research, 2(3), pp. 44-61.

Chicago 16th edition
AIqaisi, Sadeer Husam Kareem (2020). "The Political Life In The Shrines of the Sixth Century AH Study in Light of Semantic Fields Theory ". International Journal of Language and Education Research 2 (3):44-61.