Turkic languages

Turkic languages

Similarities between Native American and Turkic languages | WordReference Forums

Similarities between Native American and Turkic languages | WordReference Forums

Verbix -- Turkic languages: conjugate Turkish verbs ¦ #Free #learning #languages

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Khakas (Хакас тілі / Khakas tîlî) is a Turkic language with about 60,000 speakers mainly in the southern Siberian Khakas Republic or Khakassia in the Russian Federation. There are a number of different dialects of Khakas, named after different tribes: Sagay, Kacha, Koybal, Beltir and Kyzyl, and Khakas speakers call themselves Tadar (Tatar), and their language belongs to the Uighur-Oguz group of the eastern Hun branch of Turkic languages. (...)

Khakas (Хакас тілі / Khakas tîlî) is a Turkic language with about 60,000 speakers mainly in the southern Siberian Khakas Republic or Khakassia in the Russian Federation. There are a number of different dialects of Khakas, named after different tribes: Sagay, Kacha, Koybal, Beltir and Kyzyl, and Khakas speakers call themselves Tadar (Tatar), and their language belongs to the Uighur-Oguz group of the eastern Hun branch of Turkic languages. (...)

The Oghuz languages, a major branch of the Turkic language family, are spoken by more than 150 million people in an area spanning from the Balkans to China.

The Oghuz languages, a major branch of the Turkic language family, are spoken by more than 150 million people in an area spanning from the Balkans to China.

Latin alphabet for Tuvan-Tuvan (Тыва дыл / Tyva dyl)  Tuvan is a Turkic language with about 200,000 speakers in the Republic of Tuva (Tannu Tuva) in south-central Siberia in the far east of the Russian Federation. There are also small groups of Tuvan speakers in China and Mongolia.

Latin alphabet for Tuvan-Tuvan (Тыва дыл / Tyva dyl) Tuvan is a Turkic language with about 200,000 speakers in the Republic of Tuva (Tannu Tuva) in south-central Siberia in the far east of the Russian Federation. There are also small groups of Tuvan speakers in China and Mongolia.

Tuvan (Тыва дыл / Tyva dyl) is a Turkic language with about 200,000 speakers in the Republic of Tuva (Tannu Tuva) in south-central Siberia in the far east of the Russian Federation. There are also small groups of Tuvan speakers in China and Mongolia. Tuvan is classified as a Northeastern or Siberian Turkic language and is closely related to the Khakas and Altai languages. It has also been quite heavily influenced by Mongolian and Russian. (...)

Tuvan (Тыва дыл / Tyva dyl) is a Turkic language with about 200,000 speakers in the Republic of Tuva (Tannu Tuva) in south-central Siberia in the far east of the Russian Federation. There are also small groups of Tuvan speakers in China and Mongolia. Tuvan is classified as a Northeastern or Siberian Turkic language and is closely related to the Khakas and Altai languages. It has also been quite heavily influenced by Mongolian and Russian. (...)

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