Kurdish (Latin)
16.000.000 speakers
36 language specific characters
ISO 639 code: kur
Kurdish is a member of the Western Iranian branch of Indo-European languages. Approximately 16 million people speak Kurdish in Iraq, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Kazakstan and Afghanistan
In Turkey Kurdish is written with the Latin alphabet and in parts of the former Soviet Union it is written with the Cyrillic alphabet.
When Kurdish is written with the Arabic script, Arabic loan words retain their original spelling, though are often pronounced quite differently in Kurdish.
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sample text

Daar kunkara maba,agar balendayake andaleb buet. Balendayake andaleb yan hashra xoreshe maba, agar sag buet. Hamu kasek atwanet dang drust bkat. Em hatin Underware.