Turkic

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See also: Türkic

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From Turk +‎ -ic.

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Turkic

  1. The language family that includes Turkish, Tatar, Bashkir, Kazakh, Uzbek, Azeri, Kyrgyz, Uyghur, Tuvan, Altai, Shor, Karakalpak, Khakas, Chuvash, Yakut, and any of the other dozens of languages spoken by Turkic peoples. It may be a subfamily of an Altaic language family.
    Synonym: Turkish
  2. Any branch of that family.
    Synonym: Turkish
    • 2015, Babak Rezvani, Conflict and Peace in Central Eurasia:
      [...] (3) the southeastern (se) branch or Uyghur Turkic; (4) the northeastern (ne) branch or Siberian Turkic; (5) Chuvash, representing Oghur or Bulghar Turkic; [...]
  3. Any language of that family.
    Synonym: Turkish

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Turkic (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to this language group or the people who speak it.
    Synonyms: Turkish, Turk

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