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Dictionary of the Turkic languages

Dictionary of the Turkic languages (Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Uyghur, Uzbek, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen) (1999)

Sterling: etymology of the Turkic languages

Pauctle: Turkish multilingual dictionary: Ottoman, Azerbaijani, Kazakh, Kyrghyz, Uzbek, Tatar, Turkmen & Arabic, Persian, Russian


Parenté et organisation sociale dans le domaine turc by Jean Cuisenier, in Annales (1972)

Names of cereals in the Turkic languages by Kamil Stachowski, in Studia turcologica cracoviensa (2008)


The Turkic etymology of the word Qazaq Cossack by Omeljan Pritsak, in Harvard Ukrainian studies (2006)


Éléments pour une discussion de la conception turque du territoire : territoires nomades et migrations de mots (Ulus et Yurt, Millet et Vatan), by Stéphane de Tapia, in Le territoire, lien ou frontière ? (1995)

Turkic toponyms of Eurasia by Budag Budagov (1997)

Ancient Turkic toponyms of the Middle Asia: Turkic place-names in ancient and medieval textual sources, par Shamsiddin Kamoliddin (2010)

The role of Old Turkic place names in teaching history by Nakhanova Lyazzat Ayanovna, in Procedia (2014)

Turkic languages

Titus: linguistic map of the Turkic languages


La famille des langues turques et le défi de création d'une communauté turcophone en Eurasie : le rôle assumé par Ankara, by Nikolaos Raptopoulos, in Revue internationale de politique comparée (2007)


Recherches sur les dialectes musulmans : système des dialectes turcs, by E. Bérésine (1848)

Old Turkish

A grammar of Old Turkic by Marcel Erdal (2004)


Türık bıtıg: inscriptions of Kazakhstan in Old Turkish


Les premières inscriptions turques en Mongolie et en Sibérie méridionale (First Turkish inscriptions of Mongolia and South Siberia, 6th-10th centuries), in Arts asiatiques (1990)

L'épigraphie turque ancienne de Haute-Asie (Old Turkish epigraphy of Upper Asia, 8th-11th centuries), by Louis Bazin, in Comptes rendus des séances de l'Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres (1989)

map of the world in Turkish

map of the world in Turkish
by Mahmud al-Kashgari
(9th century)

The oldest map of the world in Turkish

Mahmud al-Kashgari (city of the Chinese Turkestan, Uyghur country) is the author of the fist Turkish-Arabic dictionary, writen in the 11th century in Bagdad. This work presents also the different Turkic languages and the oldest map of the world in Turkish.



map with the names in Old Turkish

map with the names in English

11th century Turkic communities from Kashgari's perspective by Akartürk Karahan, in International journal of social science (2017)

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