Khorezmian language (Turkic)

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Khorezmian
RegionGolden Horde
Era13th–14th century
Language codes
ISO 639-3zkh
zkh
GlottologNone

Khorezmian was a literary Turkic language[1] of the medieval Golden Horde of Central Asia and Eastern Europe. It was a preliminary stage of the Chagatay language, which would remain an important language of Central Asia until the 20th century. It was based on Old Turkic further to the east, though incorporating local Oghuz and Kipchak words.

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  1. ^ Bill Hickman (14 October 2015). Turkish Language, Literature, and History: Travelers' Tales, Sultans, and Scholars Since the Eighth Century. Routledge. pp. 139–. ISBN 978-1-317-61295-7.
  2. ^ Saʻdī; Sayf Sarāyī (1970). A fourteenth century Turkic translation of SaĘżdi's GulistaĚ„n: Sayf-i SaraĚ„yı̄'s GulistaĚ„n bi't-TurkiĚ„. Indiana University. p. 22.
  3. ^ H.E. Boeschoten; J. O'Kane (6 July 2015). Al-Rabghūzī The Stories of the Prophets (2 vols.): Qiṣaṣ al-Anbiyā’: An Eastern Turkish Version (Second Edition). BRILL. ISBN 978-90-04-29483-7.
  • Johanson & Johanson, 2003, The Turkic Languages