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 Translation for 'Crimean Tatar' from English to Russian
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крымский татарин {м}
Crimean Tatar
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крымскотатарский язык {м}
Crimean Tatar
этн.
татарин {м}
Tatar
линг.
татарский язык {м}
Tatar
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татарский {adj}
Tatar
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татарка {ж}
Tatar [female]
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Usage Examples English
  • It is used in Brahui, Chechen, Crimean Tatar, Kurdish, and Tatar as well, when they are written in the Latin alphabet.
  • Crimean Tatar, although similar by name, belongs to another subgroup of the Kipchak languages. Unlike Kazan Tatar, Crimean Tatar is heavily influenced by Turkish.
  • Crimean Tatar singer Jamala won the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 representing Ukraine with her song "1944", about the historic deportation of Crimean Tatars in that year by Soviet authorities.
  • According to a December 2015 report by the independent Russian online newspaper ', Crimean Tatar nationalists have apparently began cooperating with the Grey Wolves.
  • After the 1784 annexation of the Crimean Khanate by the Russian Empire, the Russian empress decreed the foundation of the city with the name Simferopol on the location of the Crimean Tatar town of Aqmescit ("White Mosque").

  • The closest languages to Kumyk are the Karachai-Balkar, Crimean Tatar, and Karaim languages.
  • ("house"), may have lived on as a loan word meaning "roof lath" in the Crimean Tatar language.
  • The name żupan has other spelling variations—"czupan" (from czupkan, a Crimean Tatar word or alternatively from zuban or ziban—a Turkic word according to Julian Horoszkiewicz), etymologically related to the Central Asian chapan and also the Japanese juban.
  • Ulrich's successor Heinrich von Plauen had a lady chapel erected on the former battlefield in 1413, which was probably destroyed by Lipka Tatar or Crimean Tatar forces campaigning in the region in 1656.
  • , raiders from the Kuban under the command of the Crimean Tatar [...] blockaded the town and enslaved thousands in the area.

  • The Sea of Azov (Crimean Tatar: "Azaq deñizi"; [...]; [...]) is an inland shelf sea in Eastern Europe connected to the Black Sea by the narrow (about [...]) Strait of Kerch, and is sometimes regarded as a northern extension of the Black Sea.
  • Chatyr-Dag ([...] , [...] , [...]) is a mountainous massif in Crimea, near the Simferopol-Alushta highway. In the Crimean Tatar language "çatır" means tent and "dağ" means mountain.
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