عنوان مقاله [English]
In Persian, there are several processes for word formation. The construction of various words is based on accepted linguistic criteria and standards. Deviation from these standards breaks the norms of language. In Sabk-e-Hindi (Indian school of poetry), many new words were coined. One of the most important word-building processes in the school, which has also enriched the language, is derivation. In the Indian style, in addition to the fact that new derivative words were created according to the common rules of word formation, a kind of derivative words were created that deviated from the rules and system governing word construction. This type of word structure better illustrates the far-sightedness of the imagination and the will to the creation of new meaning. Talib Amoli, one of the most famous poets of Sabk-e-Hindi , has created a variety of new words. Among these, there are meta-normative derivative words in which, in the process of combining morphemes with affixes, transgression and deviation has occured. The present article examines and analyzes these types of words in Talib Amoli's poems. It is suggested that by using the flexibility of Persian language and innovation in the rule of derivation, Talib Amoli has promoted both the development of Persian language and the prominence of his words to show that Persian language is not pooor in terms of morphology.