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Old Anatolian Turkish

Old Anatolian Turkish[3] (Modern Turkish: Eski Anadolu Türkçesi) is the stage in the history of the Turkish language spoken in Anatolia from the 11th to 15th centuries. It developed into Early Ottoman Turkish. It was written in the Arabic script. Unlike in later Ottoman Turkish, short-vowel diacritics were used.[4]

Old Anatolian Turkish
تُركجٔ
Native toSultanate of Rum, Anatolian beyliks
EraArrived in Anatolia late 11th century. Developed into Early Ottoman Turkish c. 15th century[1]
Ottoman Turkish alphabet augmented with ḥarakāt[1]
Official status
Official language in
Karamanid Dynasty flag.svg Karamanids[2]
Language codes
ISO 639-3
1ca Old Anatolian Turkish
GlottologNone

It had no official status until in 1277, Mehmet I of Karaman declared a firman:

Contents

OrthographyEdit

Old Anatolian Turkish Ottoman Turkish
(Kamus-ı Türkî spelling)
Modern Turkish English
گُزلٔر گوزلر Gözler "Eyes"
دَدَ دده Dede "Grandfather"
كُچُك كوچك Küçük "Little"

AlphabetEdit

Letter Modern Turkish Letter Modern Turkish
ا a, e, i ص s
ب b ض d
پ p ط t
ت t ظ z
ث s ع a
ج c غ ğ, g
چ ç ف f
ح h ق k
خ h ك k
د d ل l
ذ d, z م m
ر r ن n
ز z و o, ö, u, ü, v
ژ j ه h
س s لا la, le
ش ş ى i, y, ı

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Old Anatolian Turkish at MultiTree on the Linguist List
  2. ^ "Kim Kimdir?� Biyografi Bankas� - FORSNET". Kimkimdir.gen.tr. Retrieved 13 October 2017.
  3. ^ Excerpt from Britannica Entry "..so-called Old Anatolian Turkish.."
  4. ^ Ergin, Muharrem, Osmanlıca Dersleri, BOĞAZİÇİ YAYINLARI, ISBN 975-451-053-9[page needed]
  5. ^ Culture and Tourism Ministry Karaman page (in Turkish) Archived August 11, 2014, at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ Tevârih-i Âl-i Selçuk