Sarikoli language

Sarikoli Language

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The Sarikoli language (also Sariqoli, Selekur, Sarikul, Sariqul, Sariköli) is a member of the Pamir subgroup of the Southeastern Iranian languages spoken by Tajiks in China. It is officially referred to in China as the "Tajik language", although it is different from the language spoken in Tajikistan.


Sarikoli is officially referred to as "Tajik" (塔吉克语 Tǎjíkèyǔ) in China.A wide variety of transcriptions of the name "Sarikoli" are used in linguistic discussions, such as 萨里库尔语 Sàlǐkùěryǔ, 萨雷阔勒语 Sàléikuòlèyǔ, 色勒库尔语 Sèlèkùěryǔ, or 撒里科里语 Sǎlǐkēlǐyǔ. However, it is not closely related to Tajik as spoken in Tajikistan. after the (now a ); however, this usage is not widespread among scholars.

The earliest written accounts in English, from the 1870s, generally use the name "Sarikoli".

Distribution of speakers

The number of speakers is around 20,000; most reside in the Taxkorgan Tajik......
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