Turkic language

Turkic language
noun
a subfamily of Altaic languages
Syn: ↑Turki, ↑Turkic, ↑Turko-Tatar
Hypernyms: ↑Altaic, ↑Altaic language
Hyponyms:
Turkish, ↑Turkmen, ↑Turkoman, ↑Turcoman, ↑Azerbaijani, ↑Kazak, ↑Kazakh, ↑Tatar, ↑Uzbek, ↑Uzbeg, ↑Uzbak, ↑Usbek, ↑Usbeg, ↑Uighur, ↑Uigur, ↑Uygur, ↑Yakut, ↑Kirghiz, ↑Kirgiz, ↑Khirghiz, ↑Karakalpak, ↑Chuvash, ↑Chagatai, ↑Jagatai, ↑Jaghatai, ↑Eastern Turki

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

Игры ⚽ Нужно решить контрольную?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Khorasani Turkic language — language name=Khorasani Turkic states=Iran region=Khorasan speakers=400,000 (estimate) [cite book|chapter=The speakers of Turkic languages|author=Boeschoten, H|title=The Turkic languages|editor=L. Johanson and É. Á. Csató… …   Wikipedia

  • Turkic language speakers — As a branch of Altaic, Turkic is a big group of languages and has about 10 million speakers in China. Turkic languages in China consist of two groups: the first includes Uighur, Kazak, Sala, Uzbek and Tatar, and the second Kirgiz and Yugur. Most… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • Old Turkic language — Old Turkic Spoken in Central Asia Extinct by the 13th century Language family Turkic Southeastern Turkic (Uyghuric) Old Turkic …   Wikipedia

  • Proto-Turkic language — The Proto Turkic language is the proto language of the family of Turkic languages that predates the separation of the Turkic peoples in the course of the Turkic expansion from ca. the 4th century AD. The oldest records of a Turkic language, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Turkic peoples — Total population Approximately 160 million[citation needed] Regions with signifi …   Wikipedia

  • Turkic languages — Infobox Language family name=Turkic region=Originally from Western China to Siberia and Eastern Europe familycolor=Altaic fam1=Altaiccite web|author=Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (ed.)|authorlink=Ethnologue|url=http://www.ethnologue.com/show… …   Wikipedia

  • Turkic migration — The Turkic migration as defined in this article was the expansion of the Turkic peoples across most of Central Asia into Europe and the Middle East between the 6th and 11th centuries AD (the Early Middle Ages). Tribes less certainly identified as …   Wikipedia

  • Turkic Languages*, Table — ▪ Table Table 38: Turkic Languages*   approximate number of speakers Southwestern (Oghuz) branch   West Oghuz      Turkish (Turkey 55,000,000; Germany 2,000,000; Bulgaria 800,000)1    60,000,000     Gagauz (Moldova 153,000; Ukraine 44,000)        …   Universalium

  • Turkic — I noun a subfamily of Altaic languages • Syn: ↑Turki, ↑Turko Tatar, ↑Turkic language • Hypernyms: ↑Altaic, ↑Altaic language • Hyponyms …   Useful english dictionary

  • Language reform — is a type of language planning by massive change to a language. The usual tools of language reform are simplification and purification. Simplification makes the language easier to use by regularizing vocabulary and grammar. Purification makes the …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”