Chagatai Turkish is a literary dialect used from the beginning of the 15th century until the beginning of the 20th century as a continuation of the Karahanlı and Harezm literary dialects. The Chagatai State has developed a lot of fields, mainly art and literature. The most important name that comes to mind in the name of Çağatay Turkism is Ali Şir Nevâyî. Ali Şir Nevâyî established a classical literature with his work close to thirty written by Chağatai Turkish. Uzbek Turkish has taken its place in the Turkish world as a representative of a deeply rooted literary language. The fact that Uzbek Turkic is the representative of Cagatay Turkic gives clues about this literary language. The most important artist of this period was Ali Şir Nevâyî. As most writers and poets are influenced by Nevâyî, Uzbek artists have progressed under this influence. Since Uzbek literature has developed on this base, it has an important place in Turkish world. One of the earliest and richest forms of Uzbek Turkic literature on solid foundations is riddle. It is not right to see riddle as just a means of entertainment, a way of keeping words in mind. Because, like other oral literary products, they are traces of periods that have emerged. They reflect our ancestors and our old lifestyle. In this context, we have studied the book "Özbek Bilmeceleri". The reduplications in the book have been identified and classified. Our classification has been examined under the headings of "Anlam Bakımından İkilemeler" and "Yapı ve Kuruluş Bakımından İkilemeler". At the end of the classification, all the reduplications in the table are shown.
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