Turkic languages are based on the study of common spiritual foundations as well as proving the valuable works of the ancient Turkish era. Modern linguistics proves in accordance with the communicative and hereditary nature of culture, its preservation as an open system, its achievement, and the implementation of a new language. Therefore, in a certain ethnic (national) collective, the majority of means of cultural communication serves as language and characterizes culture as a historical and social process. The article describes how the kinship is demonstrated in the language of Turkic peoples based on the cumulative function of the language. This article considers cumulative function in the content similarities of phraseological units. Understanding of this issue lies in identifying and modernizing the Turkic peoples’ historical, spiritual, and social worldviews, as well as the culture of each ethnic group in their language; therefore, the above issue is comprehended through the insight into the linguistic content.