What language is Nogay

Nogaisch

Nogaisch (German) [edit]

Noun, n[To edit]

Annotation:

The form "the Nogai" is only used with certain articles. The form “Nogaisch” is used both with and without a specific article.

Word separation:

No ga isch, singular 2: the No ga ische, no plural

Pronunciation:

IPA: [...]
Audio samples: Nogaisch (Info)

Meanings:

[1] Language spoken by the Nogai people in Karachay-Cherkessia and Dagestan (Russia)

Abbreviations:

[1] ISO 639-2 / 3:nog

Generic terms:

[1] Turkic language

Examples:

[1] "For anyone who has not yet gotten to know the Nogai has done, this little-known language presents itself pleasantly and smoothly, especially if the reader can already fall back on knowledge of another Kipchak Turkic language. "[1]
[1] "In 1928 that was Nogaische declared a written language and designed an alphabet based on the Latin script [.] "[2]
[1] “The Indo-European languages ​​include Russian, Ukrainian, Armenian, Ossetian, Kurdish, Tātī, Tālyšī, and the Turkic languages ​​Azerbajdžan, Kumyk, Karačaj-Balkar and Nogaisch, to the Semitic languages ​​the (New Eastern Aramaic) Aysor. "[3]

Translations [edit]

References and further information:

[1] Wikipedia article "Nogai language"

Swell:

  1. “Viennese magazine for the customer of the Orient”, Volume 96, Page 571, University of Vienna. Oriental Institute, University of Vienna. Institute for Egyptology and African Studies, University of Vienna. Institute for Oriental Studies, A. Hölder, 2006
  2. The finite verbal system in Nogai, page 4, Birsel Karakoç, Harrassowitz, 2005 ISBN 3447050233
  3. “Introduction to Caucasian Linguistics”, page 22, Georgij A. Klimov, Buske Verlag, 1994 ISBN 3875480600

Similar words (German):

similarly written and / or pronounced:nogaisch