2017-07-27T21:14:28+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Tat language (Caucasus), Pontic Greek, Eastern Armenian, Shirvani Arabic, Northern Kurdish, Kurdish languages, Aghul language, Budukh language, Rutul language, Tsakhur language, Udi language, Lezgian language, Khinalug language, Kryts language, Talysh language, Khalaj language, Lishán Didán, Judeo-Tat, Akhvakh language, Lomavren language, Kilit dialect, Jek language flashcards
Languages of Azerbaijan

Languages of Azerbaijan

  • Tat language (Caucasus)
    The Tat language or Tat/Tati Persian or Tati (Tat: zuhun tati) is a Southwestern Iranian language related to, but mutually unintelligible with Persian and spoken by the Tats in Azerbaijan and Russia.
  • Pontic Greek
    Pontic Greek (ποντιακά) is a Greek language originally spoken in the Pontus area on the southern shores of the Black Sea, northeastern Anatolia, the Eastern Turkish/Caucasus province of Kars, southern Georgia and today mainly in northern Greece.
  • Eastern Armenian
    Eastern Armenian (Armenian: արևելահայերեն arevelahayeren) is one of the two standardized forms of Modern Armenian, the other being Western Armenian.
  • Shirvani Arabic
    Shirvani Arabic is a variety of Arabic that was once spoken in what is now central and northwestern Azerbaijan (historically known as Shirvan) and Dagestan (southern Russia).
  • Northern Kurdish
    Northern Kurdish (کوردیا ژۆرین; kurdiya jorîn), also called Kurmanji (کورمانجی; Kurmancî), is a group of Kurdish dialects predominantly spoken in southeast Turkey, northwest Iran, northern Iraq and northern Syria.
  • Kurdish languages
    Kurdish (کوردی, Kurdî) is a continuum of Northwestern Iranian languages spoken by the Kurds in Western Asia.
  • Aghul language
    Aghul, also spelled Agul, is a language spoken by the Aghuls in southern Dagestan, Russia and in Azerbaijan.
  • Budukh language
    Budukh or Budugh is a Samur language of the Northeast Caucasian language family spoken in parts of the Quba Rayon of Azerbaijan.
  • Rutul language
    Rutul is a language spoken by the Rutuls, an ethnic group living in Dagestan (Russia) and some parts of Azerbaijan.
  • Tsakhur language
    Tsakhur (Tsaxur, Caxur) is a language spoken by the Tsakhurs in northern Azerbaijan and southwestern Dagestan (Russia).
  • Udi language
    The Udi language, spoken by the Udi people, is a member of the Lezgic branch of the Northeast Caucasian language family.
  • Lezgian language
    Lezgian /ˈlɛzɡiən/, also called Lezgi or Lezgin, is a language that belongs to the Lezgic languages.
  • Khinalug language
    Khinalug (also spelled Khinalig, Khinalugi, Xinalug(h), Xinaliq or Khinalugh) is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by about 1,500 people in the villages of Khinalug and Gülüstan, Quba in the mountains of Quba Rayon, northern Azerbaijan.
  • Kryts language
    Kryts (Kryc) is a Samur language of the Northeast Caucasian language family spoken in parts of the Quba Rayon of Azerbaijan by 6,000 people in 1975.
  • Talysh language
    The Talysh language (Tolışi / Толыши / تالشی زَوُن) is a Northwestern Iranian language spoken in the northern regions of the Iranian provinces of Gilan and Ardabil and the southern regions of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
  • Khalaj language
    Khalaj, also known as Arghu, is a divergent Turkic language spoken in Iran and Azerbaijan.
  • Lishán Didán
    Lishán Didán is a modern Jewish Aramaic language, often called Neo-Aramaic or Judeo-Aramaic.
  • Judeo-Tat
    Judeo-Tat or Juhuri (çuhuri / жугьури / ז'אוּהאוּראִ) is the traditional language of the Mountain Jews of the eastern Caucasus Mountains, especially Azerbaijan and Dagestan, now mainly spoken in Israel.
  • Akhvakh language
    The Akhvakh language (also spelled Axvax, Akhwakh) is a Northeast Caucasian language from the Avar–Andic branch.
  • Lomavren language
    Lomavren (Armenian: Լոմավրեն lomavren) is a nearly extinct mixed language, spoken by the Lom people, that arose from language contact between a language related to Romani and Domari and the Armenian language.
  • Kilit dialect
    Kilit is an extinct Iranian dialect of Azerbaijan that is closely related to Talysh.
  • Jek language
    Cek, also known as Jek, Dzhek, is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by about 1,500 to 11,000 people in the villages of Jek in the mountains of northern Azerbaijan.