Turukya (a̱lyem)

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Turukya
natural language, modern language, field of study
TafaWestern Oghuz Jhyuk
A̱lyoot a̱gwomna̱ti ku mbyinTürkçe Jhyuk
A̱byinBuli̱gariya, Kuburut, Helat, Turkiya, Northern Cyprus Jhyuk
Á̱ fang ma̱Turkology Jhyuk
Based onOld Anatolian Turkish Jhyuk
Has tensepresent tense, past tense, future tense Jhyuk
Has grammatical moodadmirative Jhyuk
LyuutTurkish alphabet Jhyuk
Uses capitalization forproper noun Jhyuk
Language regulatory bodyTurkish Language Association Jhyuk
UNESCO language status1 safe Jhyuk
Ethnologue language status1 National Jhyuk
Sa a̱meangCategory:Turkish pronunciation Jhyuk
Entry in abbreviations tableтур., ਤੁ. Jhyuk
Described at URLhttps://turkic.elegantlexicon.com/lx.php?lx=tur, https://afbo.info/languages/81 Jhyuk
Stack Exchange taghttps://stackoverflow.com/tags/turkish, https://linguistics.stackexchange.com/tags/turkish Jhyuk
Wikimedia language codetr Jhyuk

Turukya (Türkçe [ˈtyɾctʃe] (fa̱k), Türk dili; á̱ ka ngyei Türkiye Türkçesi 'a̱lyem Turukya Turukya'[1]) kya yet a̱lyem Turukik ka nang á̱ lyiat á̱ swak a̱ni, ma̱ng kpa̱mkpaan ma̱ng á̱nietlyiat milyon 80 ba̱ng si̱ nat 90. Kikya yet a̱lyem-a̱byin Turukya ma̱ng A̱za Kuburut. Á̱ bu mbyia̱ a̱basusot á̱nietlyiat a̱lyem Turukya mi̱ bibyin Jami̱ni, A̱ti̱riya, Buli̱geriya, Ma̱kidoniya A̱za, Helat, Kuburut, nkap Yurop jhyang, Ka̱ukasut ji, ma̱ng nkap A̱ka̱wa̱tyia̱ A̱siya jhyang, Irak, ma̱ng Suriya.

Ya̱fang[jhyuk | jhyuk a̱tyin ka]

  1. Balci, Bayram (2018). Islam in Central Asia and the Caucasus Since the Fall of the Soviet Union (in English). Oxford University Press. p. 36. ISBN 978-0-19-005030-6.