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Eastern Turki Grammar'', MSOS 15-17 (1912-1914). - English-Turki Dictionary Based on tlie Dialects of Kashgar and Yarkand, Lund 1927. , Xrestomatiya po uigurskomu yaziku, Moskva 1947. 3243. Salar. Salar is spoken by a small group in the Chinese province of Kansu. It is close to East Turki and may even be a dialect of the latter. It does not have a script of its own, and those literate use literary East Turki of Sinkiang and the Arabic alphabet. OH 14: 2 (1962), pp. 173-196. , ''Remarks on the Salar Language'', HJAS 16: 3-4 (1953), pp.
The second - - ,_ - 50 1. , spoken in areas along the frontiers of Iran and Uzbekistan. The Turkmens used the Arabic script and had a literary language of their own since the XV century. At the present time they use the Cyrillic alphabet (introduced in 1940) and have their own literary language. mens left their country east of the Caspian Sea and emigrated to the Northern Ca11casus, to be exact, to the Stavropoi r egion. The local Russians call them Trukhmen. , Orbsca-tyrkmence sezlik, ~habad 1929 (the best Russian-Turkmen dictionary).
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