Siberian Tatar

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Notes

  • Siberian Tatar is traditionally divided into three dialects, each of which can be divided into sub-dialects: Tobol-Irtysh Tatar, Baraba Tatar, and Tomsk Tatar. Data here represents the emerging literary standard.

Maps

Writing System with Transcription

Аа (a)Әә (ä)Бб (b)Вв (v)Гг (g)Ғғ (ɣ)Дд (d)Ее (e, ye)
Ёё (yo)Жж (ž)Зз (z)Ии (i)Йй (y)Кк (k)Ҡҡ (q)Лл (l)
Мм (m)Нн (n)Ңң (ŋ)Оо (o)Өө (ö)Пп (p)Рр (r)Сс (s)
Тт (t)Уу (u, w)Үү (ü, ẅ)Фф (f)Хх (x)Цц (ts)Чч (č)Шш (š)
Щщ (šč)ЪъЫы (ï)ЬьЭэ (e)Юю (yu)Яя (ya)
Several letters, including those without transcriptions noted, are found only in Russian loanwords.

References

Бакиева, Г. Т., ed. 2016. Словарь Народно-разговорной Лексики Сибирских Татар. Тобольск: Институт проблем освоения Севера.

Сагидуллин, Максим. 2010. Русско–сибирскотатарский словарь / Урысца–сыбырца сүслек. Тюмень: Мандр и Ка.

Тумашева, Д.Г. 1992. Словарь диалектов Сибирских Татар. Казань: Издательство Казанского университета.

Siberian Tatar
Approximate location of Siberian Tatar varieties in Russia.
Approximate location of Siberian Tatar varieties in Russia.
Native name:Sebertatartsa
Family:Kipchak
Spoken in:Russia - Omsk, Tyumen, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo, Sverdlovsk, and Kurgan Oblasts
Number of speakers:101,000
Writing system:Cyrillic
ISO 639-3 code:sty
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