Yozshujind In this article is studied how Kashgari draws the borders of the 11th century Turkic world. Diwan inclu- groups and also he records Yaghma with des up to 60 Chigil dialects after the Oghuz Tuhsi as one of the correct Turkic languages dialect. Thats why CTD I: Although Kashgari tailed information about his own life at work, providing valuable information about Turkic, only mentioning at the beginning of his work: The work of Thee is a unique source for Turkology with all dialectx aspects. Aro- unmentioned, because of their obscurity. Also, I am one of the most book.
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Pre-history[ edit ] The homeland of the Turkic peoples and their language is suggested to be somewhere between the Transcaspian steppe and Northeastern Asia Manchuria ,  with genetic evidence pointing to the region near South Siberia and Mongolia as the "Inner Asian Homeland" of the Turkic ethnicity. The two groups shared a similar religion-system, Tengrism , and there exists a multitude of evident loanwords between Turkic languages and Mongolic languages. Although the loans were bidirectional, today Turkic loanwords constitute the largest foreign component in Mongolian vocabulary.
A more recent circa first millennium BCE contact between "core Altaic" Turkic, Mongolic, and Tungusic is distinguished from this, due to the existence of definitive common words that appear to have been mostly borrowed from Turkic into Mongolic, and later from Mongolic into Tungusic, as Turkic borrowings into Mongolic significantly outnumber Mongolic borrowings into Turkic, and Turkic and Tungusic do not share any words that do not also exist in Mongolic.
Alexander Vovin ,   notes that Old Turkic had borrowed some words from the Ruan-ruan language the language of the Rouran Khaganate , which Vovin considers to be an extinct non-Altaic language that is possibly a Yeniseian language or not related to any modern-day language. Turkic languages also show some Chinese loanwords that point to early contact during the time of proto-Turkic.
It mainly pertains to the Southwestern branch of the family. Geographical expansion and development[ edit ] With the Turkic expansion during the Early Middle Ages c. Various terminologies from the Turkic languages have passed into Persian , Hindustani , Russian , Chinese , and to a lesser extent, Arabic. For centuries, the Turkic-speaking peoples have migrated extensively and intermingled continuously, and their languages have been influenced mutually and through contact with the surrounding languages, especially the Iranian , Slavic , and Mongolic languages.
The modern genetic classification schemes for Turkic are still largely indebted to Samoilovich
Compendium of the Turkic dialects = Dīwān Luġāt at-Turk
Compendium of The Turkic Dialects: Part I - Mahmud al-Kashghari