Languages similar to or like Anatolian Arabic

Any of several varieties of Arabic spoken in Turkey. Wikipedia

  • Variety of Mesopotamian Arabic spoken north of the Hamrin Mountains in Iraq, in western Iran, northern Syria, and in southeastern Turkey (in the eastern Mediterranean Region, Southeastern Anatolia Region, and southern Eastern Anatolia Region). The peripheral Turkish varieties in Siirt, Muş and Batman are quite divergent. Wikipedia

  • Languages of Turkey

    The languages of Turkey, apart from the official language Turkish, include the widespread Kurmanji, the moderately prevalent minority languages Arabic and Zazaki, and a number of less common minority languages, some of which are guaranteed by the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne. Article 3 of the Constitution of Turkey defines Turkish as the official language of Turkey. Wikipedia

  • Sprachbund of modern spoken Arabic in the Levant. Considered one of the five major varieties of Arabic. Wikipedia

  • Dialect of Arabic spoken in Turkey. Variety of North Levantine Arabic spoken by Alawi communities in the geo-cultural area of Cilicia, the coastal region of the Turkish Eastern Mediterranean from Hatay to Mersin and Adana. Wikipedia

  • Mesopotamian Arabic

    Continuum of mutually-intelligible varieties of Arabic native to the Mesopotamian basin of Iraq as well as spanning into Syria, Iran, southeastern Turkey, and spoken in Iraqi diaspora communities. Aramaic Syriac substrate, and also shares significant influences from ancient Mesopotamian languages of Sumerian and Akkadian, as well as Persian, Turkish, Kurdish and Greek. Wikipedia

  • Serhildan

    The word serhildan describes several Kurdish protests and uprisings since the 1990s that used the slogan "Êdî Bese" ("Enough") against Turkey. Local shops are often closed on the day of demonstrations as a form of protest. Wikipedia

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