Azerbaijan: PT in [Avar][Azerbaijan (latin)][Azerbaijan (cyrillic)][Budukh][Judeo-Tat][Khinalug][Kryts][Lezgi][Rutul][Tsakhur][Udini] language, [Persian] language


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  Muslim Tat [North Azerbaijan Tat] Periodic Table of the Elements  
   
    Azerbaijan Periodic table    Tat / Azerbayan Russian Periodic table  Persian Periodic table
           
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Tat / Azerbayan Tat / Azerbayan

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  Tati Periodic Table of the Elements  
   
    Azerbaijan Periodic table      Russian Periodic table  Persian Periodic table
           
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uhun
            As
mərqumuş
     
                    Ag
gümüş
    Sn
qəley
       
                    Au
qüzül
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About the Tat language

Tat belongs to Indo-European family, Indo-Iranian branch, South-West subgroup of Iranian group.

Where the speakers live

In Russia Tats (Northern Tats) live mainly in towns of the North Caucasus: in Daghestan — in the cities of Derbent, Makhachkala, Buinaksk, Kizliar, Khasaviurt; in Kabardino-Balkaria in the city of Nalchik; in North Osetia — in Mozdok; in Chechnia — in the city of Groznyi.

Southern Tats live in Azerbaijan. They make dense communities in the Apsheron peninsula (villages Balakhany, Surakhany and others), in the North-East of Azerbaijan (in the villages of Vartashen, Lakhidzh, Matrasa, Konakhkent, Afrudzha, Chichi, Gendab, Dagkushchu, Divichi, Siazan, Kilyazi and in the city of Kuba).

A relatively big Tat community lives in Moscow. more (více)

Tat


Tat, Muslim

A language of Azerbaijan

18,000 in Azerbaijan (1989 census). Population total all countries: 28,300. Ethnic population: 22,041 in Azerbaijan (1990 A. Kibrik).
Widelspread in the mountainous area around Qonaqkend, but may be declining around Baku. Also in Iran, Russian Federation (Europe).
Azerbaijan
Muslim Tat, Mussulman Tati, Tati
Quba, Devechi, Qonaqkend, Qyzyl Qazma, Aruskush-Daqqushchu (Khyzy), Absheron, Balakhani, Surakhani, Lahyj, Malham. Difficult intelligibility of Judeo-Tat [jdt]. Similar to Farsi [pes]. Balakhani are recent exiles from Iran, and their language is very similar to Farsi. The Lahyj dialect may be a separate language.
Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Iranian, Western, Southwestern, Tat
Home. Few children. Positive attitude. Lahyi use Northern Azerbaijani as literary language.
Taught in primary schools. Dictionary. Grammar.
Cyrillic script.
Different from Takestani of Iran. Muslim (Shi’a).

Also spoken in:

Iran

Tat, Muslim
8,000 in Iran.
Mussulman Tati
Not written. Different from Takestani of Iran. Muslim (Shi’a).

Russian Federation (Europe)

Tat, Muslim
2,300 in Russian Federation (2002 census).
Northern Caucasus (Daghestan); large community in Moscow.
Mussulman Tati
Northern Tats.

Tat


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