Gülten, Sadullah
March 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2009, Vol. 13 Issue 39, p1
Academic Journal
In the Ottoman period, a significant part of nomadic society, and from those groups, known as Türkmen Yörük Kızılırmak publication in the western part of the name as Yörük. Yörük name "yörü-yürü" to the end of the actual to the "k" is generally considered to be derived by construction of additional but, XVI. century is reached with the word nomad who still live in nomad life history built near nomad also was meant. The reason for this is that a significant proportion of the monarch has the revenue from the nomadic reduced to avoid. Therefore, long-term history of the settlers live in groups, even as a reference were recorded under the heading of Yörük.


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