Document Type : Original Article


1 M. Auezov South Kazakhstan University, Kazakhstan

2 Qainar Academy, Kazakhstan

3 Kazakh Ablaikhan University of International Relations and World Languages, Kazakhstan


In this article, it was determined that the worldview fragments of the ethnos code in mind are stored through non-linguistic information in the content of the concept and toponyms. From this point of view, in addition to the language usages in the works of Seydimbek, the cognitive toponyms themselves have their own characteristics, which are hidden from the history and culture of our people. It was mentioned that the model structure of the “field concept” in the Saryarka plain includes various associations and a set of indigenous knowledge. The richness of the Saryarka toponym reflects not only the physical attributes of the region but also the deep-seated cultural and spiritual connections of the Kazakh people to their environment. The main purpose of the study was to show concepts in the toponymic space of Seydimbek’s works in a set of various associations and background knowledge to the model structure of the concept of “Uly Dala” in the Saryarka plain.