Gigih , Prayitno (2016) ANALISIS IDIOM BAHASA JEPANG YANG TERBENTUK DARI KATA AOI, AKAI, SHIROI, KUROI, KIIRO, DAN IRO 「青い」、「赤い」、「白い」、「黒い」、「黄色」、「色」を使う慣用句の意味と比喩. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.
ABSTRACT Prayitno, Gigih. “Analysis of Japanese Idiom what makes blue, red, white, black, yellow and colour’s symbol’. Thesis Department of Japanese Studies Faculty of Humanities. Diponegoro University. The First Advisor S.I Trahutami, S.S, M.Hum. Second Advisor Reny Wiyatasari, S.S, M.Hum. In Japanese language, to express feelings, ideas, and opinions, can use kanyouku. Kanyouku is formed by two or more word elements, which harmoniously merge into a specific meaning. Kanyouku cannot be interpreted as lexical or grammatical, but it can only be explained by idiomatical meaning. This study aims to classify the meaning of kanyouku aoi, akai, shiroi, kuroi, kiiro dan iro’s symbol based on the construction pattern of kanyouku aoi, akai, shiroi, kuroi, kiiro dan iro, seek the extension meaning of kanyouku aoi, akai, shiroi, kuroi, kiiro dan iro’s symbol, and analyze the classification of Idiomatical meaning of kanyouku aoi, akai, shiroi, kuroi, kiiro dan iro’s symbol. The method used in this thesis is descriptive analysis and divided into three phases, namely data collection, data analysis, and final presentation of data analysis in conclusions. The books used in this thesis is Reikai Kanyouku Jiten. Kanyouku which is studied in this thesis amounted to seventy pieces, consisting of twenty five pieces of doushi kanyouku, five pieces of keiyoudoushi kanyouku, and nine pieces of meishi kanyouku. Nevertheless, It can be concluded that there are eleven pieces of kanyouku showing feelings or emotions, four pieces of kanyouku associated with the body, character, and attitude, seen kanyouku that shows action, activity, or action, sixteen pieces of kanyouku indicate a state, degree, or grade level, and two piece of kanyouku showing the life, culture, and the local community. From the research, it can be said that kanyouku has studied using the metaphorical, metonym, and synekdoche extension of meaning. Keywords : Kanyouku, Aoi, Akai, Shiroi, Kuroi, Kiiro, Iro, Metaphor, Metonym, Synekdoche
|Item Type:||Thesis (Undergraduate)|
|Subjects:||P Language and Literature > PL Languages and literatures of Eastern Asia, Africa, Oceania|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Humanities > Department of Japanese|
|Deposited On:||29 Feb 2016 10:55|
|Last Modified:||29 Feb 2016 10:55|
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