No entries in lexical database.
- Likely very similar to Qashqa'i or Afshar.
- Doerfer and Hesche (1989) provide only minor grammatical details. It is unclear whether this variety has ever been documented.
- Äynallu is a tribal name and does not refer to a specific ethno-linguistic group. It is used here and in other Turcological literature to refer to a group living east of the Qashqa'i.
Doerfer, Gerhard, and Wolfram Hesche. 1989. Südoghusische Materialen aus Afghanistan und Iran. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.
Knüppel, Michael. 2010. "Turkic languages of Persia: an overview." Encyclopædia Iranica. Updated 15 April. http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/turkic-languages-overview.
Oberling, P. 2011. "Aynallū." Encyclopædia Iranica. Updated 18 August. http://www.iranicaonline.org/articles/aynallu-or-inallu-inalu-imanlu-a-tribe-of-gozz-turkic-origin-inhabiting-azerbaijan-central-iran-and-fars.