The semantic evolution of "kap"-based units from ancient Turkic to Russian is examined in this article. In ancient Turkic dictionaries, the origin, basis, construction, and semantic development of kap-based lexemes were explored. The definitions supplied in the annotated and computerized dictionaries in Uzbek, Russian, and English are compared. Linguists have attempted to establish that these are most likely Turkish terms. On the basis of linguists' opinions on the word's etymology, new results have been made. There is a brief explanation of how ancient Turkic got its name from Russian and other acquired nouns.
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Rikhsiyeva, K. . (2021). The Semantic Development of Some “QAP” Basic Units which Have Made a Russen Language and throught for Foreign Language. Middle European Scientific Bulletin, 18, 198-201. https://doi.org/10.47494/mesb.2021.18.868