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List of alphabets used by Turkic languages

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

There exist several alphabets used by Turkic languages, i.e. alphabets used to write Turkic languages:

Current languages

  Scripts used in local wikipedia editions.
Language Alphabet Latin Cyrillic Persian-Arabic
Azerbaijani language Azerbaijani alphabet Official
In Azerbaijan
In Dagestan (Russia)
In Iran
Bashkir language Bashkir alphabet Historical Official Historical
Chuvash language Chuvash alphabet Official Historical
Crimean Tatar language Crimean Tatar alphabet Official Widely used Historical
Gagauz language Gagauz alphabeta[›] Official Historical
Karachay-Balkar language Karachay-Balkar alphabet Official
Karakalpak language Karakalpak alphabet Official Widely used Historical
Kazakh language Kazakh alphabets Official
Transition by 2025
Widely used Historical
Kyrgyz language Kyrgyz alphabets Historical Official In Xinjiang of China
Tatar language Tatar alphabet Official:
Widely used Historical:
İske imlâ alphabet
Yaña imlâ
Turkish language Turkish alphabet Official Historical:
Ottoman Turkish alphabet
Turkmen language Turkmen alphabet Official Widely used Historical
Tuvan language Tuvan alphabet Historical Official
Uyghur language Uyghur alphabets Still used:
Uyghur Latin alphabet
Uyghur Pinyin alphabet
Still used:
Uyghur Cyrillic alphabet
Uyghur Arabic alphabet
Chagatai script
Uzbek language Uzbek alphabet Official Still used Still used
Yakut language Yakut alphabet Official

^ a: Historically written in Greek

Extinct languages

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