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New Kypchak language

New Kypchak (also New Qypchak) is a standardized new language that unites major Kypchak Turkic tongues, such as Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Karakalpak[?], Kumyk[?], Bashkir[?], Kazan Tartar[?], Astrakhan Tatar[?], Nogay[?] etc.

There are plans for New Kypchak to be spoken in Kypchakia as a lingua franca besides Russian.

It is written in Cyrillic alphabet, to be replaced by a standardized Latin alphabet similar to the one adopted by Tatar and Bashkir[?].

External Link

  • Kypchak Renaissance (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Kypchak_Renaissance/)
  • Qypchaq Unity! (http://www.unesco.kz/qypchaq/Home.htm)
  • Qypchaq language linx (http://www.linkspider.org/index.cgi/Science/Social_Sciences/Language_and_Linguistics/Natural_Languages/Altaic/Turkic/Kypchak_Languages/)
  • [1] (http://www.kipchak.com/KIPCHAK.COM)

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