In Arabic Literature Accepted as a Proverb even though it is not a Proverb Word Types


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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8195890

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Arabic Language and Rhetoric, Proverb, Common Proverb, Wisdom, Mukenna Mübanna

Abstract

Proverbs are the cornerstones of society; in order to understand the structure of the society and to have information about the way of life, it is necessary to examine this important vocabulary of the society; because all the value judgments, character, psychological and sociological elements of the society are always hidden here. In Arabic literature, proverbs have not been fully studied and classified by linguists; linguists called many kinds of words they found proverbs; however, they do not have the characteristics of aproverbs; because the features of the proverbs are clear: its phrasing is concise, its meaning is accurate and it contains a beautiful simile, it is a sentence becomes widespread among the people. Many linguists have accepted non-sentence words and phrases, idioms, nicknames and tags as proverbs and have included them in their books; again, they considered many wisdoms and rare words as proverbs; In these words, there are also the words of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) and the Companions; therefore, we need to make serious efforts to distinguish the proverb from the non proverb. In this study, we aim to determine some criteria that will distinguish the proverb from the non-proverb by focusing on this point and providing information about other types of words.

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2023-03-15

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Muhammedi, M. A. (2023). In Arabic Literature Accepted as a Proverb even though it is not a Proverb Word Types . IKSAD JOURNAL, 8(33), 28–47. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8195890

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