Old Turkic

the Turkic languages or dialects spoken in Central Asia from the 8th to the 10th centuries.

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  • Old Turkic — language name=Old Turkic/Old Uyghur region=Central Asia extinct=evolved into Uyghur by the 13th century script=Orkhon, Brahmi, Aramaic derived, Arabic familycolor=Altaic fam2=Turkic fam3=Southeastern Turkic (Uyghuric) iso3=otkOld Turkic (also… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Turkic — noun The earliest attested Turkic language, found in inscriptions by the Göktürks and the Uyghurs in ca. the 7th to 13th centuries. Syn: East Old Turkic, Orkhon Turkic, Old Uyghur …   Wiktionary

  • Old Turkic — the Turkic languages or dialects spoken in Central Asia from the 8th to the 10th centuries …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old Turkic alphabet — Old Turkic script Type Alphabet Languages …   Wikipedia

  • Old Turkic language — Old Turkic Spoken in Central Asia Extinct by the 13th century Language family Turkic Southeastern Turkic (Uyghuric) Old Turkic …   Wikipedia

  • Old Turkic script — Infobox Writing system name=Orkhon script type=Alphabet languages=Old Turkic unicode=Not in Unicode fam1=Proto Canaanite fam2=Phoenician fam3=Aramaic fam4=Syriac fam5=Sogdian (controversial) children= Old Hungarian script time=8th to 13th… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Turkic (Unicode block) — In Unicode, the block Old Turkic is located from U+10C00 to U+10C4F. It is used to display the Old Turkic script. Old Turkic[1] Unicode.org chart (PDF)   0 1 2 …   Wikipedia

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  • Old Uyghur alphabet — Type Abjad/Alphabet …   Wikipedia

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