Kurdish / Kurdi / Курди
Kurdish is spoken by approximately 26 million people in Afghanistan, Iraq, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia and Azerbaijan as well as in other various countries across the world. Kurdish belongs to the Indo-European family of languages.
Kurdish dialects are divided up into three major groups: Northern Kurdish Dialects, Central Kurdish Dialects and Southern Kurdish Dialects. The largest dialect group by far is the Northern Kurdish Dialects, which includes about three-quarters of all Kurdish speakers.
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Did You Know?
The two most spoken Kurdish dialects are Sorani and Kurmanji. Sorani is written in Arabic script whilst Kurmanji uses Latin.
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