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Qashqai (taal)

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Qashqai
Qaşqay dili - قاشقای ديلى
Gesproken in Iran
Sprekers 959.000 (2016)[1]
Taalfamilie

Altaïsch
(omstreden)

Alfabet Arabische alfabet
Officiële status
Officieel in
-
Taalcodes
ISO 639-1 -
ISO 639-2 tut
ISO 639-3 qxq
Portaal 
Portaalicoon
 
Taal

Qashqai (قاشقای ديلى) is een Turkse taal, verwant aan het Azerbeidzjaans en in mindere mate aan het Turks. De taal wordt gesproken door een nomadenvolk, genaamd Qashqai, dat leeft in het Zagrosgebergte in het mid-westen van Iran. De taal telt ongeveer 1 miljoen sprekers.

Schrijfsysteem

Het Qashqai wordt in het Arabische alfabet geschreven.

Referenties

  1. Kashkai op ethnologue.com, geraadpleegd op 4 juli 2019.
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