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Status Of The Gagauz Language In Gagauzýya

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  • Güllü KARNFÝL

    (AMEA, Komrat, Gagauzya)

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Gagauz is the Christian religion, Turkish speaking, the number of 250 thousand (the exact number is not known) is a Turkish society rather than one. Turkish Anatolia, the Turkish language into the language of the old Oguz group, the Balkans is similar to the language of Turkey. Starting from 1739. year to year until 1814. Dubrovnik bölgesindän a great part of Bessarabia from Moldova's Gagauz migrating to this day (180 thousand), a part of Ukraine (40-50 thousand) lives. There are a few Gagauz villages in Bulgaria, Greece, and elsewhere in Rumanya. 1994. Place of autonomy within the borders of Moldova's Gagauz years was established. This was taken in the Gagauz language moldoya rusçayl Barabar Gagauzia, and the writing as the official language. Here, let the debate be used because of the language.

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  • Güllü KARNFÝL, 2015. "Status Of The Gagauz Language In Gagauzýya," Eurasian Studies Journal, Eurasian Academy Of Sciences, vol. 2(2), pages 77-81, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:eas:eustud:v:2:y:2015:i:2:p:77-81
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