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| navê xwemalî = Kirdkî, kirmanckî, dimilkî, zazakî, zonê ma
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| herêm = {{al2|Kurdistan}}<br>[[Anatolya navîn|Anatolya]]<br>[[Diyasporaya kurdan]]
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'''Zazakî''' (yan jî [[dimilî]], [[kirdkî]], [[kirmanckî]], [[zonê ma]]) yek ji zaravayên [[kurdî]]<ref>Lerch, Peter J. A. (1857), [http://www.kirdki.com/images/kitaphane/Peter%20Lerch.pdf Forschungen über die Kurden und die Iranischen Nordchaldaer - Band I, St. Petersburg];<br>Müller, Friedrich (1865) [http://books.google.com.tr/books/about/Beitr%C3%A4ge_zur_Kenntniss_der_neupersische.html?id=T71DAAAAcAAJ&redir_esc=y Beiträge zur Kenntniss der neupersischen Dialekte: Zaza-Dialekt der Kurdensprache] (Aus dem November-Hefte des Jahrganges 1864 der Sitzungsberichte der phil.-hist. Classe der kais. Akademie der Wissenschaften, XLVIII. Bd., besonders abgedruckt) , cîld: 3 );<br>Bonwick, James (1873), [http://archive.org/stream/treasuryoflangua00bonwiala#page/300/mode/2up The Treasury of languages; a rudimentary dictionary of universal philology, London : Hall and Co., r. 300] "ZAZA. KURDISH dialect of N.W. Persia, allied to BUKHAREE.");<br>Jaba, Alexandre & Justi, Ferdinand (1879) Dictionnaire kurde-français, St.-Pétersbourg, Commissionaire de l'Académie impériale des sciences);<br>Houtum-Schindler, A. (1884), "Beiträge zum kurdischen Wortschatze", Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Bd. 38);<br>Albert Socin, “Die Sprache der Kurden”, Grundriss der Iranischen Philologie, Editor: Wilhelm Geiger & E.Kuhn, Band: I, Strassburg 1898, p.250);<br>Le Coq, Albert Von (1903), [http://www.kirdki.com/images/kitaphane/Albert%20Von%20Le%20Coq-I.pdf Kurdische Texte, Reichsdruckerei, Berlin];<br>Soane, Ely Banister (1913), Grammar of the Kurmanjî or Kurdish Language, London 1913 / E. S. Soane (1909), Notes on Kurdish Dialects, A Classic Reference Tool On The Kurdish Dialects First Published In 1909, Asian Educational Services, 2003 - 98 sayfa, s.6);<br>Fossum, Ludvig Olsen (1919), [http://archive.org/stream/APracticalKurdishGrammar/Practical-Kurdish-Grammar#page/n1/mode/2up A Practical Kurdish Grammar, The Inter-Synodical Ev. Lutheran Orient -Mission Society, Augsburg Publishing House, Minneapolis] "As a conclusion, we seem to be justified in making the assertion, that for linguistic purposes, we may collect all the Kurdish dialects into three large groups, covering the three large districts of North, Central, and South Kurdistan. In North Kurdistan we have the Zaza group, in Central Kurdistan we have the Kermanji group, and in South Kurdistan we have the Lur and Kelhur group.");<br>Bedirxan, Celadet (1933) “Zarê Dumilî û Mewlûda 'Usman Efendî” Hawar, Hejmar: 23, 25 tîrmeh (temmuz) 1933, r. 1-6 "Zarê dumilî: Ev zar zimanê kurdên dumilî an zaza ne. Kurdên dumilî di welatê jorîn di rojavayê wî welatî de rûniştî ne.");<br>Safrastian, Arshak (1948), Kurds and Kurdistan, Harvill Press, London .r.106 "The tribes of Dersim speak the Zaza-Dialect of the Kurdish language");<br>McCarus, Ernest N. (1958), A Kurdish Grammar, American Council of Learned Societies, s.1);<br>Bedirxan, Celadet Ali & Lescot, Roger (1970), Grammaire kurde, Maisonneuve, Paris, s.V);<br>Kurdoev, Kanat Kalashevich (1977), Ḥālatakānī jins u bīnāy barkār la zāzādā: On gender and number in the Zaza dialect of Kurdish, Translated by Azīz Ibrāhīm, Chāpkhānay Kōrī Zānyārī Kurd, Baghdad 1977, 32 p.);<br>F. R. Akrawy (1982), Standard Kurdish grammar, s.19);<br>Ayyoubi, Kerim Rakhmanovich & Smirnova, Iraida Anatolʹevna / Ed. Yusupova, Zare Aliyevna (1998), [http://www.glottolog.org/resource/reference/id/94341.xhtml The zaza dialect of the Kurdish Language (Dersim), Moscow: Center for Kurdish Studies, 102 r.] ([http://iling.spb.ru/grammatikon/smirn_98_ogl.html?language=en И.А.Смирнова, К.Р.Эйюби. Курдский диалект заза /Отв. ред. З. А. Юсупова. М.: Центр курдских исследований, 1998. 102 с.]);<br>Houston, Christopher (2001), [http://books.google.com.tr/books?ei=q7SCUYjBNYKFO5mTgcAN&hl=tr&id=KWttAAAAMAAJ&dq=%22zazaki%22#search_anchor Islam, Kurds and the Turkish nation state, Berg, s.129] "Zazaki (a Kurdish dialect)";<br>Kenstowicz, Michael J. (2004), Studies in Zazaki Grammar, MITWPL, s.1-2, 10 vd. "Zaza dialect of kurdish");<br>Walter, Mary Ann (2004), [http://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/~maw962/docs/glow-zazaki-handout.pdf "Vowel Adaptation in Zazaki", Workshop on theoretical approaches to language contact 27th Generative Linguistics in the Old World, Thessaloniki, 18-21 April 2004] "Kurdish: Sorani, Kurmanji, Zazaki...");<br>O'Neil, Mary Lou (2007), "Linguistic Human Rights and the Rights of Kurds", [http://books.google.com.tr/books?id=ubjCDGcZ1Z4C&printsec=frontcover&hl=tr#v=onepage&q=%22zaza%20is%20actually%20a%20Kurdish%20dialect%22&f=false Human Rights in Turkey, Editör: Zehra F. Kabasakal Arat, University of Pennsylvania Press, s.74] "Zaza is actually a Kurdish dialect");<br>Aygen, Gülşat (2010), [http://lincom-shop.eu/shop/article_ISBN%2B9783862880157/LWM-479%3A-Zazaki_Kirmanck%C3%AE-Kurdish.html?pse=apq Zazaki/Kirmanckî Kurdish, Volume 479 of Languages of the World, Lincom Europa];<br>D. Ridgeway (2010), [http://books.google.com.tr/books?id=F2SRqDzB50wC&printsec=frontcover&hl=tr#v=onepage&q=%22Zazaki%20Kurdish%20%28Dimli%29%22&f=false "Etruscan", Concise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World, Elsevier, Oxford, r.401] "Zazaki Kurdish (Dimli)";<br>Watts, Nicole F. (2010), [http://books.google.com.tr/books?id=yXWl40KJfKEC&printsec=frontcover&hl=tr#v=onepage&q=%22Zazaki%20and%20Gurani%22&f=false Activists in Office: Kurdish Politics and Protest in Turkey (Studies in Modernity and National Identity), University of Washington Press, r.xii, 12, 151] "Linguistically, there is no single Kurdish language, but two main language groups (Kurmanji and Sorani) and two other dialects (Zazaki and Gurani).";<br>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/325225/Kurdish-language "Kurdish language", Encyclopædia Britannica], Online: 29 Adare 2013);<br>[http://kurds_history.enacademic.com/142/Dimili Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias] (li gora malpera "Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias" Zazakî zaraveyekî kurdî ye);<br>[http://www.bibliomonde.com/donnee/turquie-les-langues-117.html Biblio Monde Bibliographie] (li gora bibloteka "biblio-monde" zazaki dîyalekta kurdî ye);<br>[http://www.mideastweb.org/Middle-East-Encyclopedia/kurds.htm Encyclopedia of the Middle East] (li gora "Encyclopedia of the Middle East", zazakî zaraveya kurdî ye);<br>[http://www.teheran.ir/spip.php?article1146 Mireille Ferreira,"Le kurde, langue du peuple des montagnes", la revue de Téhéran] (li gora rojnameya îranî "la revue de Téhéran", zazakî zaraveya kurdî ye);<br>[http://web.archive.org/web/20140423044958/http://www.loghatnaameh.org/dehkhodaworddetail-ddb0d9d15521422d8121428c8a7a02fe-fa.html Elî Ekber Dehxuda, Lugatname] - Onlîne: 29 Adar 2013 "Zazakî, cureyeke taybet a zimanê kurdî ye" "زازائی . نوعی مخصوص از زبان کردی" );<br>T.C. Millî Eğitim Bakanlığı, Talim Ve Terbiye Kurulu Başkanlığı, [http://ttkb.meb.gov.tr/meb_iys_dosyalar/2012_09/11051949_kurtce_ortaokul_5.pdf Ortaokul Ve İmam Hatip Ortaokulu Yaşayan Diller Ve Lehçeler Dersi (Kürtçe; 5. Sınıf) Öğretim Programı, Ankara 2012], "Bu program ortaokul 5, 6, 7, ve 8. sınıflar seçmeli Kürtçe dersinin ve Kürtçe’nin iki lehçesi Kurmancca ve Zazaca için müşterek olarak hazırlanmıştır. Program metninde geçen “Kürtçe” kelimesi Kurmancca ve Zazaca lehçelerine birlikte işaret etmektedir.";<br>Prof. Dr. Kadrî Yildirim & Yrd. Doç. Dr. Abdurrahman Adak & Yrd. Doç. Dr. Hayrullah Acar & Zülküf Ergün & Îbrahîm Bîngol & Ramazan Pertev, [http://ttkb.meb.gov.tr/dosyalar/kitaplar/kurdi_5_zazaki.pdf Kurdî 5 – Zazakî, Milli Eğitim Bakanlığı, 2012];<br>J. G. Taylor, [http://www.jstor.org/stable/3698077 Travels in Kurdistan, with Notices of the Sources of the Eastern and Western Tigris, and Ancient Ruins in Their Neighbourhood, Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, Vol. 35, 1865, p.39];<br>John G. Bordie, [http://books.google.de/books?id=U5Wv8czGxE8C&printsec=frontcover&hl=de#v=onepage&q&f=false "Kurdish Dialects in Eastern Turkey", Linguistic and Literary Studies, Vol: 2 Descriptive Linguistics], Ed. Mohammad A Jazayery, TiLSM, Mouton De Gruyter, The Hague, Netherlands, 1978, p. 205-212);<br>Riza Muradi Ghiyasabadi, [http://irania.ir/ie/2609 Ferhengnamê Îran/Irania Encyclopedia, 2013];<br>Sheikh A. Waheed, The Kurds and Their Country: A History of the Kurdish People, from Earliest Times to the Present, University Book Agency, Lahore, Pakistan, 1958, (First edition: Published by United LTD, 1955) p.12);<br>[http://www.kirdki.com/images/kitaphane/Peter%20Lerch.pdf Lerch, Peter J. A. (1857), Forschungen über die Kurden und die Iranischen Nordchaldaer - Band I, St. Petersburg];<br>[http://books.google.com.tr/books/about/Beitr%C3%A4ge_zur_Kenntniss_der_neupersische.html?id=T71DAAAAcAAJ&redir_esc=y Müller, Friedrich (1865) Beiträge zur Kenntniss der neupersischen Dialekte: Zaza-Dialekt der Kurdensprache] (Aus dem November-Hefte des Jahrganges 1864 der Sitzungsberichte der phil.-hist. Classe der kais. Akademie der Wissenschaften, XLVIII. Bd., besonders abgedruckt), cîld: 3 );<br>Socin, Albert (1898) “Die Sprache der Kurden”, Grundriss der Iranischen Philologie, Editor: Wilhelm Geiger & E.Kuhn, Band: I, Strassburg 1898, p. 250);<br>[http://www.kirdki.com/images/kitaphane/Albert%20Von%20Le%20Coq-I.pdf Le Coq, Albert Von (1903), Kurdische Texte, Reichsdruckerei, Berlin];<br>Ayyoubi, Kerim Rakhmanovich & Smirnova, Iraida Anatolʹevna / Ed. Yusupova, Zare Aliyevna (1998), The zaza dialect of the Kurdish Language (Dersim), Moscow: Center for Kurdish Studies, 102 r. (И.А.Смирнова, К.Р.Эйюби. Курдский диалект заза /Отв. ред. З. А. Юсупова. М.: Центр курдских исследований, 1998. 102 с.);<br>[http://lincom-shop.eu/shop/article_ISBN%2B9783862880157/LWM-479%3A-Zazaki_Kirmanck%C3%AE-Kurdish.html?pse=apq Aygen, Gülşat (2010), Zazaki/Kirmanckî Kurdish, Volume 479 of Languages of the World, Lincom Europa] ;<br> Ayako Tatsumara, "Music and Culture of the Kurds", [http://jairo.nii.ac.jp/0135/00000047 Senri Ethnological Studies, Nu: 5, 1980, r. 78];<br> "Dımıli or Zaza Dialect", Map: Major Kurdish dialect groups shown in the Greater Kurdistan, Source: Hassanpour, 1992, p.22 ([https://books.google.com.tr/books?id=doTFAAAAQBAJ&pg=PA59&dq=Major+Kurdish+dialect+groups+shown+in+the++Greater+Kurdistan&hl=tr&source=gbs_selected_pages&cad=2#v=onepage&q=Major%20Kurdish%20dialect%20groups%20shown%20in%20the%20%20Greater%20Kurdistan&f=false Jaffer Sheyholislami, Kurdish Identity, Discourse, and New Media, 2011, p. 59]);<br> Jaffer Sheyholislami, "The language varieties of the Kurds", [http://www.ecoi.net/file_upload/90_1447760239_bfa-regiones-et-res-publicae-the-kurds-2015.pdf published by Wolfgang Taucher & Mathias Vogl & Peter Webinger, The Kurds: History - Religion - Language - Politics, Austrian Federal Ministry of the Interior / BFA, ISBN 978-3-9503643-6-1], p. 33-36 (Map: Kurdish Variety Groups (adapted from Hassanpour 1992 & ÖPengin 2013)</ref> ye.
 
Li gorî [[fîlolog|fîlolognin]] rojavayî dimilkî ne zaravayê kurdîye, lê zimanekî kurdî<ref>http://www.tlfq.ulaval.ca/axl/asie/turquie_1general.htm (li gora zimannas, Jacques Leclerc, ji zaningeha Laval Quebec/Canada, zazakî zimankê kurd e, û zaza kurd in);<br>[http://www.slrk.info/articles/kurds.html Dr. Orville Boyd Jenkins, "The Kurdish Peoples"];<br>[http://www.hennerbichler.info/-kurdish-complex-.html Ferdinand Hennerbichler (according to: Prof. Dr. Gernot L. Windfuhr), "Kurdish Complex"] Onlîne: 29 Adar 2013);<br>http://www.joshuaproject.net/people-profile.php?rog3=TU&peo3=11560);<br>Pranav Anand & Andrew Nevins (2003), [http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?rep=rep1&type=pdf&doi=10.1.1.3.7379 "On Indexicals in Zazaki Reported Speech", University of Texas, Austin: October 10, 2003] "Zazaki, also known as Dimili, is an Indo-Iranian language spoken mostly in southeast Anatolia, the Turkish section of Kurdistan, by 2-4 million ethnic Kurds.";<br>Pranav Anand & Andrew Nevins (2004), [http://elanguage.net/journals/salt/article/download/14.20/1732 "Shifty Operators in Changing Contexts", R. Young (ed), SALT XIV 20-37, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University, r.36] "Zazaki, also known as Dimili, is an Indo-Iranian language spoken mostly in Turkey by 2-4 million ethnic Kurds.";<br>Pranav Anand (2006), [http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/37418 De De Se, Thesis (Ph. D.), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, 2006, r.67] "Zazaki, also known as Dimili, is an Indo-Iranian language spoken mostly in Turkey by 2-4 million ethnic Kurds.");<br>Tamina C. Stephenson (2007), [http://semanticsarchive.net/Archive/2QxMjk0O/Stephenson-2007-thesis-corrected.pdf Towards a theory of subjective meaning, Thesis (Ph. D.) Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy, 2007, r.134] "Zazaki is an Indo-Iranian language spoken by ethnic Kurds in Turkey";<br>Thomas Schmidinger, [http://homepage.univie.ac.at/thomas.schmidinger/php/texte/ethnologie_kurdische_sprache.pdf Kurdische Sprache(n]</ref> ye. Ango li gorî wan zazakî jî mîna kurmancî zimanekî kurdan e.
 
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