Poetics of the riddle about сrane in “Codex Cumanicus”

Dilshoda Kuliyeva
DOI: doi.org/10.48445/v2677-1065-3255-v
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5286-8651
Tarix: 26 Yanvar 2024


This article discusses the eighth riddle in the “Codex Cumanicus” manuscript kept in Italy now. Though this riddle has many modern forms, it does not have a hidden object written in the manuscript. By looking through the parallel forms, observing their words and comparing them with the ones in the manuscript, it can be decided that the hidden object of Uzbek and Kyrgyz riddles and their solutions are the most suitable for the cumane riddle. Other folk riddles keep most elements of the cumane riddle, but they already changed their solutions.


Codex Cumanicus, crane, swan, grapes, sewing 

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