Dåyï

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Notes

  • Exact family affiliation is unclear. I assume an Oghuz affiliation based on the use of get-/git to mean 'to go' and the preservation of long vowels as in Turkmen and other related Oghuz languages.

References

Baldauf, Ingeborg. 2016. "The Dayi People and Their Language." In Tehlikedeki Türk Dilleri II A, edited by Süer Eker and Ülkü Çelik Şavk, 143-152. Ankara: Uluslararası Türk Akademisi.

Baldauf, Ingeborg. 2020. “Dayı Halkı ve Dilleri.” Tehlikedeki Diller Dergisi 10, no.16: 81-93. https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tdd/issue/52087/620766.

Dåyï
Native name:ŏz dilim, ėna tıl
Alternate names:Dåyı, Kårgär, Uzbek-Oghuz/North Khorasani
Family:Oghuz
Spoken in:Afghanistan, Faryab Province, Andkhoy and Qaramqol districts
Number of speakers:few thousand?