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A study on analysis on the Kamiichidanka aspects of Yodankatsuyō Verb ("Aku" "Karu" "Shimu" "Taru") in the Saikaku's Ukiyōzōshi

  • 日本硏究
  • 2017, (46), pp.7-23
  • DOI : 10.20404/jscau.2017.08.46.7
  • Publisher : The Center for Japanese Studies
  • Research Area : Humanities > Japanese Language and Literature
  • Received : July 10, 2017
  • Accepted : August 5, 2017
  • Published : August 20, 2017

Kim yong kyun 1

1중앙대학교

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ABSTRACT

A study on analysis on the Kamiichidanka aspects of Yodankatsuyō Verb ("Aku" "Karu" "Shimu" "Taru") in the Saikaku's Ukiyōzōshi The purpose of this study is to investigate the meaning of the Kamiichidanka of Yodankatsuyō Verb which is one of the important facts of Japanese translation in the Kamigata Language of Saikaku’s Ukiyōshōshi. In particular, in comparison with the overall tendency in Edo Language, the word ("Aku" "Karu" "Shimu" "Taru") and the utilization type, Continuation type, cadence and delinquency type), and phase (male and female), and examined the cause of the difference. As a result, we could identify some important facts. (1) By word, Kamiichidanka is proceeding in the order of "Karu"> "Shimu"> "Aku" > "Taru" (2) By conjugation types, Kamiichidanka is in progress in the order of Renyōkei> Shuōshi Rentaikei = cadastral and molluscic type (Mizenkei). (3) By phase, Kamiichidanka is proceeding in the order of female language> male language. In other words, the meaning of the Kamiichidanka of the Yodankatsuyō Verb in Saikaku's Ukiyōshō was varied according to the word, usage type and phase In addition, it is confirmed that the above facts, (1) (2) (3) are also consistent with the trends of Edo language in the late period of the late modern era. In particular, since Ukiyōzōshi is a Kamigata Language data, it can be said that Kamigata Language is a part of the trend. In consideration of this point, Kamigata Language and Edo Language is not a separate issue, but it is likely to be a historical change of Japanese language.

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