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21 He engaged in often vitriolic polemics on literature and language with Namık Kemal, Ahmet Midhat, and the poet Abdülhak Hâmid (1851-1937). The language of his writings was pure Ottoman; does the verse express his real opinion or was it meant sarcastically? Probably the former; he habitually wrote in Ottoman, because in those days it was the only way to write formally, but this time he was rebelling. At any rate, the boys of Fuat Andic's generation took it seriously. And here it is: 20 The reference is to words like the Arabic ajza> plural of juz 'part'; its Turkish form ecza means not 'parts' but 'chemicals, drugs', whence eczacı 'pharmacist'.

In practice, he based his creations on Arabic, less frequently Persian, while using the Persian izafet to make compounds. From ruh 'soul, spirit' he made ruhiyaΡ for 'psychology'; from badı 'floweriness of style', bediî for 'aesthetic' (though in Arabic badı I means 'rhetorical') and bediiyat for 'aesthetics'. From the Arabic ldny 'matter, affair', he made şe'nî 'pragmatic' and şe'niyet 'reality'. These two never won much currency, partly because 'pragmatic' does not figure in everyone's vocabulary, and mostly because Turks in general did not distinguish between Arabic eayny the pharyngal gulp, and hamzay the glottal stop, or attempt to pronounce either of them, so that except to a few pedants Ziya Gökalp's şenî 'pragmatic' sounded exactly like şenîy the Turkish pronunciation of the Arabic lanı 'abominable'.

The Commission's proposal in its report, published early in August, was to write an h after the consonant, as in Portuguese (velho/ve\Yu/, SenhorlsenYor/)y so khatip for what is now written kâtip 'clerk, secretary'. Another proposal was to use q to show the sound of palatalized V 4 Many people preferred the latter alternative. Atay's (1969: 441) account of how it came to be quashed is so circumstantial that one feels it must be true: Ben yeni yazı tasarısını getirdiğim günün akşamı Kâzım Paşa (Özalp) sofrada: —Ben adımı nasıl yazacağım?

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