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کومبوجا پاشا | Kumbuca Paşa

Iran Qashqay of Iran Qashqay of Iran

Qashqay - Kaschgaisch - Kachkaï

(Qashqay Turkic, Southern Iran)
قاشقای ديلى | Qaşqay dili

Title: کومبوجا پاشا | Kumbuca Paşa
Publisher: OCAQ / Yeni Qapı
Place: Shiraz, Fars Province, Iran
Year: 2017 (1396)
Translator: İsa Doğanlı
ISBN No.: 978-600-04-7470-6

Remarks: Very remarkable edition representing two Qashqay versions in two different scripts: (1) Standard Qashqay ['ölçünlü'] in Persian script from right to left, (2) Standard Qashqay ['ölçünlü'] in Latin script from left to right, and (3) colloquial Qashqay ['yerli' = 'language of the people'] in Persian script from right to left. The first two texts are exactly the same in two scripts. The book contains a CD with both versions of the text.

Ah, kumbuca paşa! O kumbuca gəzəğəningdə, başıngdan gəçən umutsuz gün­ləringi, indi daha yowaş - yowaş anglaya bildim. Uzun bir dowranda, səning təkcə göğün xoşluğung, səssiz oturub, gün batımına baxmağımış. Mən bu yengi bilgiləri, dördünkü gününg səriğində bildim. Sən dəding: mən gününg batmasından, çox xuşum gəlir!

Qashqai (قاشقای ديلى, also spelled Qashqay, Kashkai, Kashkay, Qašqāʾī and Qashqa'i) is an Oghuz Turkic language spoken by the Qashqai people, an ethnic group living mainly in the Fars Province of southern Iran. Encyclopædia Iranica regards Qashqai as an independent third group of dialects within the southwestern Turkic language group. It is known to speakers as Turki. The Qashqai are made up of five major tribes: the Amale, the Dere-Shorlu, the Kashkollu, the Shishbeyli and the Eymur. Smaller tribes include the Qaracha, Rahimli and Safi-Khanli. See Wikipedia for more information.

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