Nasibova, Natela
March 2007
Electronic Turkish Studies;2007, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p514
Academic Journal
Lithuanian Tatars are a Turkic ethnicity group that has lived on lands of Lithuania, Poland and Belarus for six century. Their own language is loosed out in about 15th century. They now speak Lithuanian, Russian and Belarusian. There are a lot of Arabic and Persian loans in Lithuanian Tatar. In this article, we will focus on these loans.


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