There are various sources that inform us about the experiences, customs, traditions, beliefs, human, morality, family understandings of ancient Turks. The first written documents about the Turks were brought to the attention by strangers, especially the Chinese. The first source written by Turks about the Turks and containing detailed information is the Orhon Inscriptions. The inscriptions created by the accounts of the state administrators and the awareness of the people with their advices are also remarkable in that they are written with an unbiased view. The examination of the inscriptions based on this significance implies that the most reliable source is examined in this matter as well as in every matter. DLT is the first known dictionary of the Turkish language. However, the diversity of the vocabulary in the work, the explanations beyond the correspondence of many words, and the information given at the beginning and at the end of some episodes have made it an encyclopedia. The sharing of the social roles of the male and female figures in Turkish culture is an indispensable influence on the concepts of development and progress. Many qualifiers have been used throughout history to model male-female and child in Turkish culture. These qualifiers tried to describe the positive and negative features or physical conditions of the male-female sex and the child's figure. It is seen how rich the vocabulary in this area is when we look at the existence of words in the dialects (in terms of human qualifiers). This study, which focuses on the reflections of qualifiers about the people who are in the first written documents and the first dictionary of the Turkish people in the Anatolian dialects, will give clues about our thousands of years' adventure and offer an important contribution to our cultural world.
Orhon Inscriptions, Divanü Lügat-It Türk, Human Qualifications, Turkish Culture, Anatolian Dialects.