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Topic: Qaraqalpaq language

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  Kazakhs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kazakh language is a member of the Turkic language family, as are Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Tatar, Uighur, Turkish, Azeri, Turkmen, and many other living and historical languages spoken in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Western China, and Siberia.
Kazakh is characterized, in distinction to other Turkic languages, by the presence of /s/ in place of reconstructed proto-Turkic */š/ and /š/ in place of */ç/; furthermore, Kazakh has /j/ (alveodental affricate) where other Turkic languages have /y/ (glide).
Kazakh is one of the principal languages spoken in Kazakhstan, along with Russian.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kazakhs   (688 words)

 EPS Faculty and Staff: M. Mobin Shorish: Back to Jadidism
Thus the Russian language was used to eliminate many young Central Asians who could not pass the requirements for entrance to the higher educational establishments.
The republic's minister of education was severely criticized for removing the Uzbek language from the ninth grade curriculum.
The shift in the script (as in language) is clearly one of those events in which factors other than economics and pedagogy play a major role.
www.ed.uiuc.edu /EPS/people/Shorish_Jadidism.html   (9209 words)

 Encyclopedia: Qaraqalpaq language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Turkic languages are a group of closely related languages that are spoken by a variety of people distributed across a vast area from Eastern Europe to Siberia and Western China.
Karakalpak was written in the Arabic alphabet until 1928, in the Latin alphabet (with additional characters) from 1928 to 1940, and is usually written in the Cyrillic alphabet (with additional characters) today, although there seems to be a trend to return to the Latin alphabet after the end of the Soviet era.
SIL International is a non-profit, faith-based, scientific organization with the main purpose to study, develop and document lesser-known languages for the purpose of expanding linguistic knowledge, promoting world literacy and aiding minority language development.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Qaraqalpaq-language   (580 words)

 Resources for the Study of Language Policies in Central Asia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Tokyo: Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa.
Language and Politics in a Pakistan Province: The Sindhi Language Movement.
The Language of Employment: The Case of Pakistan.
ccat.sas.upenn.edu /salrc/afghanistan/lgpolicy/LgPoSchylter.htm   (1624 words)

 wiki/Qazaq Definition / wiki/Qazaq Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Kazakh language is a member of the Turkic language familyMost languages are known to belong to language families ("families" hereforth).
Some dialects of the language are spoken in many parts of Iran (but most notably in the northwestern areas, known as the Iranian Azerbaijan), where it is the most popular minority language and there are more speakers than any other country in the world.
Their language is most closely related to the Yi language, a member of the Tibeto-Burman branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family.
www.elresearch.com /wiki/Qazaq   (3383 words)

 Kazakh -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Ethnically, they are a mix of early (A subfamily of Altaic languages) Turkic and (A member of the nomadic peoples of Mongolia) Mongol tribes.
The word (The Turkic language spoken by the Kazak people) Kazakh was included in a (A Turkic language spoken by the Turks) Turkish- (A spirited graceful and intelligent riding horse native to Arabia) Arabian (A reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them) dictionary of the 13th century AD.
Kazakh is one of the principal languages spoken in (A landlocked republic south of Russia and northeast of the Caspian Sea; the original Turkic-speaking inhabitants were overrun by Mongols in the 13th century; an Asian soviet from 1936 to 1991) Kazakhstan, along with (A native or inhabitant of Russia) Russian.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/K/Ka/Kazakh.htm   (558 words)

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Dutch is the official language of 3 independent states and 2 dependent areas.
Official language is Finnish in 381, Finnish and Saami Languages in 4, Swedish and Finnish in 42 (Swedish majority in 22, Finnish majority in 20), Swedish in 21 (of which all 16 municipalities of Åland).
Hungarian language and alphabet is in the official use in 29 municipalities and in the town of Novi Sad, Slovakian language and alphabet in 14 municipalities and Novi Sad, Romanian in 10 municipalities and Ruthenian in 4 municipalities and Novi Sad.
medlem.spray.se /celvin/original.html   (1331 words)

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Arabic is the official language of 23 independent states and 3 dependent areas.
Spanish is the official language of 20 independent states and 1 dependent area.
Portuguese is the official language of 8 independent states and 1 dependent area.
medlem.spray.se /celvin/original_script.html   (1671 words)

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Historical phonetics of the extinct Tokharic language from the East Turkestan.
Research of the north- and southern dialects of the Karakalpak language and of her role in the development of the Karakalpak presence language.
Multivolume encyclopaedie „Languages of the World" (The Eurasian Series) is being prepared at the Institute of Linguistics ot the RA of Sciences.
www.buchversand-krieger.de /linguist.htm   (2327 words)

 Marijana Dworski Books at antiqbook.co.uk
11791: LATHAM, R. A Hand-Book of the English Language, for the use of students of the universities and higher classes of schools.
A Contribution to a Theory of the Language Stage.
16938: MEKACHA, RUGATIRI D. the sociolinguistic Impact of Kiswahili on Ethnic community Languages in Tanzania; A Case Study of Ekinata...
antiqbook.co.uk /boox/dwo/books2000.shtml   (8636 words)

 Re: Transliteration in Asia, was Re: Hausa: Boko<->Ajami?
The situation described below for the Uzbek Latin alphabet seems to contrast with the approach taken for African language transcription since the 1960s.* The latter, although it has its irregularities and differences among countries and languages, is on the whole fairly consistent and intuitive.
One of the explicit objects in a series of conferences on harmonization of transcription coordinated through UNESCO was to avoid the kinds of cumbersome and counterintuitive spelling combinations that many European languages had evolved to make the Latin alphabet (pre-ASCII?) conform to their needs.
Even many/most of the extended characters used in many languages, particularly in West Africa, are not so strange in form as to defeat the unfamiliar reader.
www.mail-archive.com /unicode@unicode.org/msg25764.html   (622 words)

 Kazakh - Unipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
These languages are characterized, in distinction to other Turkic languages, by the presence of /s/ in place of reconstructed proto-Turkic */š/ and /š/ in place of */ç/; further, Kazakh has /j/ (alveodental affricate) where other Turkic languages have /y/ (glide).
Since 1926 it has been written in a variant of the Cyrillic script with extra characters to represent phonemes not present in Russian.
It is also spoken in the Ili region of the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region in the People's Republic of China.
www.unipedia.info /Kazakh.html   (739 words)

 KAZAKHS FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Kazakh language is a member of the Turkic language_family, as are Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Tatar, Uighur, Turkish, Azeri, Turkmen, and many other living and historical languages spoken in Eastern_Europe, Central_Asia, Western_China, and Siberia.
/š/ and /š/ in place of */ç/; furthermore, Kazakh has /j/ (alveodental affricate) where other Turkic languages have /y/ (glide).
Before 1917, Kazakh was written in the Arabic_alphabet.
www.enablepay.com /es:Kazakhs   (641 words)

 Uzbekistan Online Forum - Онлайн Форум Узбекистана - Is Uzbek language same as Turkish?????   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
By the way the only Uzbek singer singing in Turkish is Shahsenem and she has been living in TR for years.
qazaq turkish dialects, qirgiz turkish dialects, qaraqalpaq turkish, tatar turkish dialects, bashkir turkish dialects, qarachay turkish, qumik turkish, noghay turkish are very close to each other.
so is turkish.generally turkish language is not understood among majority of uzbeks(99%) only boys who studied in turkish high school or people who laerned turkish understand it.
www.forum.uz /showthread.php?t=14619&page=1   (661 words)

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Analysis of the Tajik and Persian language historiography over the Mangyt dynasty in the emirate Bukhara (1747-1920th years).
Monograph of the known French Orientalist appeared in 1935 and was published for the first time in Irkutsk in 1937 in Russian language.
Qaraqalpaq chalqynyn kolonial' dauirdegi madenijaty cham turmysy (1873-1917).
www.buchversand-krieger.de /his.htm   (9378 words)

Where one spoken language is written in two different sets of characters, both written languages were included in the list.
An ancient or old language form that does not have a unique code will be assigned the code for the major language group to which it belongs instead of the code for the modern form.
In the case of the modern and the older forms of some languages, the initial letters of each part of the language name were used to form the code.
www.ifla.org /VI/3/p1996-1/appx_a.htm   (3278 words)

 Academic/scientific journals in Esperanto?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Qaraqalpaqs (who speak Indo-European languages), those "Turanians" speak
Firdausi was not identifying an (illusory) language phylum with the word
You're supposed to explain the language, not draft a teaching manual.
www.groupsrv.com /science/about79248-0-asc-465.html   (2043 words)

 A Collection of Word Oddities and Trivia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
In a 2005 column in the New York Times, James Gorman wrote that he was infatuated with the word AMYGDALA.
VICTUALS (pronounced "vittles") is the ugliest word in the language according to Harry Golden [Dickson].
NYNEX was deemed to be the worst name of any company in America by the publisher of Advertising Age [Dickson].
members.aol.com /gulfhigh2/words10.html   (1573 words)

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International Conference Proceedings: „Languages, Spiritual Culture and History of Turks: Traditions and Present", all 3 vol.
Literature critics analysis the interactions of Qaraqalpaq literature with Turkmenian and Uzbek ones since 18.
"History of the Kazakh literature language in 15th-19th Cent." For philological departments of the institutes and universities, EUR 15,85
www.buchversand-krieger.de /liter.htm   (2688 words)

 Central Asian music on the web
My main interest is in Kazakh, Uzbek, and Karakalpak music, since those are the people and languages I've been most exposed to in Central Asia.
This list is focused on vocal music, since one of my reasons for searching out this music is language learning / maintenance.
Qazaq a'enderi - many Kazakh language mp3's (currently 328!).
www.huttar.net /lars-kathy/c-asia-music.html   (480 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
BASKAKOV, N.A. Origin of Some Verbal Forms Common to Turkic and Mongolian Languages (on the Problem of the Altaic Speech Community).
DULLING, G.K. An Introduction to the Turkmen Language.
A brief summary of the grammar of the Turkmen language with selected extracts in prose and verse.
www.distedu.ru /mirror/_injaz/altaica.narod.ru/bibliograf/turkmeng.htm   (4772 words)

 Karakalpak language -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Karakalpak language -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
[Categories: Languages of Uzbekistan, Languages of Afghanistan, Turkic languages]
(A group of related languages spoken in Asia and southeastern Europe) Altaic (disputed)
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/k/ka/karakalpak_language.htm   (121 words)

 rec.puzzles Archive (language), part 19 of 35
For matters concerning the archive as a whole, please refer to the archive description or contact the archiver.
Subject: rec.puzzles Archive (language), part 19 of 35
And the moral of the story is: Those who live in grass houses shouldn't stow thrones!
www.cs.uu.nl /wais/html/na-dir/puzzles/archive/language/part3.html   (3166 words)

* Due to technical reasons some of the language codes within the KNAB original database are given using either the three-letter codes of ISO or KNAB’s own codes.
The reason for doing so is to avoid confusion with the appropriate language abbreviations used in Estonian.
While these codes have been replaced by the usual 2-letter codes in the Internet-version, there are instances (e.g.
www.eki.ee /knab/kd.htm   (443 words)

 Resources on the Kazakh
...many other parts of the world, indigenous languages and...
The Kazakhs (also spelled Kazak or Qazaq), are a Turkic-Mongol people of the northern parts of Central Asia (largely Kazakhstan, but also found in parts of Russia and China).
Kazakh culture is largely influenced by nomadic lifestyle and Islam however, Orthodox Christianity and Shamanism have also contributed.
www.mongabay.com /indigenous_ethnicities/asian/Kazakh.html   (1152 words)

 吴人社区 - 台湾民歌与塔塔尔民歌的惊人相似, 建议"SANDUGACH"几首塔塔尔民歌, ...
As far as YASHLEK Centre is concerned, it has been established on the basis of TUGAN TEL (The Mother Tongue) Association of Tartar Culture founded in February 1990 with active involvement of the Tartar young people.
After 1989, nearly 250,000 Tatars were able to return to Crimea from their places of deportation, but another roughly 250,000 Crimean Tatars remain in Uzbekistan and other parts of the former Soviet Union.
Chuvash is the native language of the Chuvash people and an official language of Chuvashia.
bbs.zanhei.com /archive/index.php/t-760.html   (7006 words)

 GEONAMES - Days of the Week 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The days of the week in various languages (part 2)
Planets - Continents - Zones - Mountains - Oceans - Seas - Rivers - International Organizations - Languages
Any corrections that might be necessary are VERY welcome.
www.geonames.de /days2.html   (160 words)

 rec.puzzles Archive (language), part 17 of 35
A common noun will occur uncapitalized in Webster's Tenth.
Entries in the following table include the year in which they first entered the language (according to the Tenth), and the Merriam-Webster dictionary that first contains them.
==> language/english/frequency.p <== In the English language, what are the most frequently appearing: 1) letters overall?
www.faqs.org /faqs/puzzles/archive/language/part1/index.html   (1974 words)

 Newsgroup FAQ's: news.answers/puzzles/archive/language/part3
Polyglot double 5-square that uses 10 different languages:
What word in the English language is the most ambiguous?
What is the greatest number of parts of speech that a single word
www.newsville.com /cgi-bin/getfaq?file=news.answers/puzzles/archive/language/part3   (4699 words)

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