Linguistic Features of the Concept “Beauty” in English, Uzbek and Tajik National Cultures
Rakhmatova Mehriniso Musinovna1, Sharopova Zebuniso Haydarovna2

1Rakhmatova Mehriniso Musinovna, Senior Lecturer, Bukhara State University, Uzbekistan.
2Sharopova Zebuniso Haydarovna, Teacher, Bukhara State University, Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on 20 October 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 25 October 2019 | Manuscript Published on 02 November 2019 | PP: 3862-3866 | Volume-8 Issue-2S11 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: B15120982S1119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.B1512.0982S1119
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Abstract: Questions such as What is beauty? What is beautiful? Who’s handsome? are as ancient as the world itself. The answers to these questions are of interest to everyone from Plato to the present generation. These questions, first of all, require an understanding of the philosophical and aesthetic nature of “beauty”. However, the problem of analyzing the expression of the concept of “beauty” in the language (in the English, Uzbek and Tajik national cultures) has not been studied from the point of view of cognitive linguistics and linguistic Culturology. Consequently, the aesthetic picture of the world in English, Uzbek and Tajik languages, the possibility of expressing and reflecting the concept of “beauty” on the phraseological and lexical tiers of the language, the interpretation of values in different cultures, comparative analysis of linguistic and cultural features, and the study in direct connection with cognitive linguistics, linguoculturology, general linguistics determine the relevance of the topic of the article.
Keywords: Concept, Value, Value of Objectness, Picture of the World, Aesthetic Picture of the World, Estimation, Stereotype, Gestalt, Scheme, Inner Beauty.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences