ERSÖZ, Serpil
December 2013
Egyptian Journal of Aquatic Biology & Fisheries;2013, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p105
Academic Journal
Ahiska is a Turkish city where is on the edge of Ardahan province but today in the territory of Georgia. After deportation in 1944 by Stalin, the Turkish population is completely emptied from there and their are exiled to Asia. Before the deportation, the Turkish population was consisted by native Turks and Terekeme Turks. In this study, phonetical, morphologica and lexical differences were identified between the two major Turkish groups. Then these are compare with Azerbaijan and Turkey Turkish.


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