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Сегіз бейіш ішінде.
Хорлардың жаққан шырағы (Қ.Жұмағалиев).
«Күллі әлем» еight remote phrases used in the sense of: Сегіз қиыр шартарап.
In the ancient Uyghur language sekiz gata arvasun «батасы сегіз тисін», sekiz balyg ulu šlar «сегіз ұлы қалалар мен ұлыстар», sekiz türlüg ölöm «сегіз түрлі қайғылы өлім» etc. Phrases can be evidence of a magical phenomenon in the nature of the word "eight".
In the Kazakh language сегіз қырлы бір сырлы, «өте өнерлі, шебер, қолынан келмейтіні жоқ», дос егіз дұшпан сегіз, сегіз бейіш, сегіз саққа жүгіру, алланың сегіз сипаты, сегіз қиыр шартарап, сегіз өрім, сегіз аяқ, сегіз өрім бұзау тіс, сегіз кессе сіркеден қан шықпайды etc the sea of ​​phrases has a lot of meaning.
In addition, in many modern Turkic languages, the number "eight" is used as a symbol of fullness, wealth, maturity. There will be eight streets in Turkmen, "knock and float", in Kabardino-Balkaria there will be eight needles, and in the Turkmen language there will be "eight cows, and so on". Examples in regular expressions are evidence.
The meaning of the concept of "nine". It is clear that the word nine is rooted in the old Kazakh tradition, the gift of one tribe to another tribe, the gift of one person to another, and sometimes the guilt is "one nine", "three nine", "nine nine".
If we take "Togyz Kumalak", a very popular Kazakh game, it means "win" ("get fined"), ("lose", "charge", "pay a fine"). It would be absurd, of course, to translate the literal nature of the number of weaves into a religious concept.
In many countries, there are gifts and fines associated with the nine. For example, the gift was "one nine" or "three nine". "Babur Name" says that these customs and traditions of the Turkic countries came from the Mongols.
K. Khalidov in his famous book "Tauarikh Kamsa" makes the following comments on the concept of "nine" of the Turkic and Mongol peoples: then the "chief king" (god) is squeezed, and the lower "king of the earth" (khan) must take the same place, in the same order. («Бас падишаһ хаки кидин бүйлә фиғіл садир ол дисе падишаһ мажазинің тәртібі дәхи у тағлимә муафік тоғыз болмақ лазим») Means; b) shows that the law related to the nine (giving a place to someone, giving someone a gift, punishing someone, etc.) begins with Genghis Khan; b) The title "khan" was given only to a person who has held this position for nine generations, as a result of which Amir Temir was not given the title of khan. Amir Temir says that no matter how many lands he conquered and how many lands he ruled, he did not conform to the basic principle of the supreme "nine ancestors" and was called "myrzashah" instead of "khan"; c) If the tradition and notion of "nine" affected Russia in ancient times, and in some nations a black khan was elected, it means that he was obliged to serve in this position for nine years.
The number nine is found in runic monuments in the form of the phrases toguz oyuz (Tonykok), toguz tatar (Bilge kagan) "association of Turkic tribes".
The semantics of the number nine means the numerical limit of the name or action. In some Turkic peoples (Uyghur, Yakut) the phrase sylig togsy "nine taxes" is preserved. Its essence was that the number of cattle should be from nine to nine: nine horses, nine cows, nine oxen, nine cloths, and so on.
Based on the works of A. Navoi, the well-known turkologist L.Z. Budagov says: if it flows several times or the whole cup, then it is necessary to drink in exchange for 30 cups "[23,106].
In modern Turkic languages ​​there are phrases that express the fullness, the limit of the plural, formed on the basis of the symbolic meaning of the number nine. For example: dokuz babaly in Turkish "a child born out of wedlock" (nine fathers); tokuz zanly «patient, viable» (nine living), dokuz düg ňüm altynda «underground» (under nine knots), doguz kojden kovulmuš «expelled from everywhere, unable to communicate» (expelled from nine villages), dokuz jorgan eskitmek «long life in the Turkmen language: doguzy dolmag "rich" (nine dreams come true), etc.
In the Kazakh language there are one nine or nine phrases. Giving nine is a tribute paid by one tribe to another, a tribute or a gift given at a wedding. According to tradition, nine should contain nine different substances. One in nine, two in nine, three in nine, and so on. is divided into Thus, the concepts of nine legs, nine plates in the folk tradition can also be a symbolic proof of the number nine.

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