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Facts about Northern Kurdish[edit | edit source]
- Language code (ISO 639-3):
- Autonyms (how to write "Northern Kurdish" in Northern Kurdish):
Kurmancî / کورمانجی / Кӧрманщи / Kurdiya Jorîn / کوردیا ژۆرین / Кӧрдьйа Жорин
- Other names for "Northern Kurdish":
Kurmancî, Kurmanji, Êzdîkî, Kurdî, Badinani, Bahdini, Behdini, Kirmanciya Jori, Eastern Kurmanji, Kordi, Kurdi, Khorasani, Khorasani Kurmanji, Kermancî,Kirmancî
- The Northern Kurdish language is spoken in:
The Kurdish languages constitute a dialect continuum, belonging to the Iranian language family, spoken by Kurds in the geo-cultural region of Kurdistan and the Kurdish diaspora. The 3 Kurdish languages are Northern Kurdish (Kurmanji), Central Kurdish (Sorani), and Southern Kurdish (Xwarîn).
The majority of the Kurds speak Kurmanji. Most Kurdish texts are written in Kurmanji and Sorani. Kurmanji is written in the Hawar alphabet, a derivation of the Latin script, and Sorani is written in the Sorani alphabet, a derivation of Arabic script.
Kurdish Dictionaries[edit | edit source]
• Institut kurde de Paris: Kurdish-English dictionary & French, Turkish (journal Kurmancî)
• KurditGroup: Kurdish Sorani-English dictionary
• Tirsik.net: Kurdish-English, German, Turkish dictionaries & Kurmanji-Sorani, Kurmanji-Zazaki
• Hakkarim.net: Kurdish-Turkish dictionary
• Kurdish-English vocabulary by Wheeler Thackston (2006)
• Dictionnaire kurde-français: Kurdish-French dictionary, by Auguste Jaba (1879) (Arabic & Latin alphabets)
• Study of European, Persian and Arabic loans in standard Sorani by Jafar Hasanpoor, thesis (1999)
• The Kurdish toponymy of northern Iraq, in The Permanent Committee of geographical names (2003)
Free Northern Kurdish Lessons[edit | edit source]
Language Exchange[edit | edit source]
Forum[edit | edit source]
Tools[edit | edit source]
Marketplace[edit | edit source]
Last Lessons[edit | edit source]
Subordinating Conjunctions — Coordinating Conjunctions — Tourist Attractions — Means of Transportation — Regions and Cities — Place Adverbs — Time Adverbs — Manner Adverbs — Sports and Fitness — Indoor Activities — Outdoor Activities — Interrogative Pronouns — Possessive Pronouns — Demonstrative Pronouns — Personal Pronouns — Folklore — Cuisine — Weddings and Celebrations — Negative Statements — Past Tense — Present Tense — Numbers — Months and Seasons — Dative Case — Genitive Case — Accusative Case — Nominative Case — Asking for and Giving Personal Information — Introducing Yourself — Greetings