عنوان مقاله [English]
Onomastics is a science that encompasses a wide range of disciplines. This knowledge studies the letters from different social, historical, geographical, linguistic, etc. angles. It also help explain the significance of the names from different aspects. In the realm of language, too, the structure of names can be studied and analyzed from different angles. In the present study, we have examined the names of the main books in the field of rhetoric from the perspective of semantic core, clarity, and opacity in an analytical-descriptive manner. The results show that in names that "Balaghat" is the center of the title of a work and the title has an additional structure, the second component should be considered as the core of the work. this feature is also seen in works in which "Badie" is used; but in many nouns, which are preceded by "She’r", the core of the compound is the first part. What is very noteworthy in this study are the Arabic names, many of which can be considered as compound adjectives, although these adjectives do not reveal much about the subject or of the rhetoric. In addition, we are dealing with names in this field that should be considered to have no specific core. But in terms of transparency and opacity, it must be noted that in the name of books that have an additional structure, it often overshadows the core, or in other words, the whole combination, and affects it. Even in descriptive combinations, a word is often found that affects the whole structure. In general, the words "Balaghat" (rhetoric), " Sh’er" (poetry), "Adab" (literature), "Nazm" (verse), etc. are very prominent in these names. However, none of them seem to have made the name transparent; what makes the name transparent is the thematic context of the name or its situational context.
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