Kyrgyz bhasa

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Кыргызча or Кыргыз тили, قىرعىز تىلى, Kırgızça or Kırgız tili
Spoken in Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Xinjiang (China), Tajikistan, Russia, Pakistan
Date founded 1993
Total speakers 2.9 million
Language family Turkic
Writing system Kyrgyz alphabets (Cyrillic script, Perso-Arabic script, formerly Latin)
Official status
Official language in  Kyrgyzstan
Regulated by No official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1 ky
ISO 639-2 kir
ISO 639-3 ki

Kyrgyz, Kirgiz, Kirghiz, Kyrghiz nai to Qyrghiz ek Turkic bhasa aur Kyrgyzstan ke dui official bhasa me se ek hae.

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References[badlo | edit source]

  • Krippes, Karl A. (1998). Kyrgyz: Kyrgyz-English/English-Kyrgyz: Glossary of Terms. Hippocrene Books, New York. ISBN 0-7818-0641-0.

Bahaari jorr[badlo | edit source]

 Ii bhasa ke aapan Wikipedia  hai.
Kyrgyz bhasa edition   ke dekho

Sources[badlo | edit source]

  • Library of Congress, Country Studies, Kyrgyzstan
  • Comrie, Bernard. 1983. The languages of the Soviet Union. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Beckwith, Christopher I. 1987/1993. "The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia." Princeton: Princeton University Press
  • Tchoroev, Tyntchtykbek. 2003. The Kyrgyz.; in: The History of Civilisations of Central Asia, Vol. 5, Development in contrast: from the sixteenth to the mid-nineteenth century /Editors: Ch. Adle and Irfan Habib. Co-editor: Karl M. Baipakov. – UNESCO Publishing. Multiple History Series. Paris. – Chapter 4, p. 109 – 125. (ISBN 92-3-103876-1)

Kyrgyz bhasa ek bhasa hae.