Salar Language (slr)

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Also Known As: Sala


Salar is a Turkic language spoken by the Salar people, who mainly live in the provinces of Qinghai and Gansu in China; some also live in Ghulja, Xinjiang. The Salar number about 90,000 people, of whom about 70,000 speak the Salar language; the remaining 20,000 speak Chinese. The Salar arrived at their current location in the 14th century, having migrated there from the west, according to a Salar legend from Samarkand. Linguistic evidence points to a possible western Turkic, Oghuz origin of the Salar. Contemporary Salar is heavily influenced by contact with Tibetan and Chinese. TB31 system by Çin Salırtürk Yiğitileri Birleşik Dorbetı:

A a B b C c Ç ç D d E e F f G g Ğ ğ H h İ i I ı K k L l M m N n Ñ ñ O o Ö ö P p Q q R r S s Ş ş T t U u Ü ü V v X x Y y Z z..... full article at Wikipedia

Location of Salar Language Speakers


Main Country: China
Spoken In:

Regions: Asia

ISO 639-3 Code: slr

Classification Taxonomy

All Languages

  Altaic Group

    Turkic Group

      Southern Turkic Group

        Salar Language