Hasani language

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Hasani (Hasanije), also known as Hasani Turkish, is a constructed language heavily derived from Oghuz Turkic languages designed to be the primary language of the Hasani people. Development of the language began in late 2013, initially created as an a priori language loosely based on Turkish and English but later transformed into a seperate Turkic language with influences from Arabic, Ukrainian and Syriac.

History

Writing system

Latin script
Aa Bb Çç Dd Ee Ff Gg Ğğ Hh İi Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Öö Pp Rr Ss Şş Tt Uu Üü Vv Yy Zz

Vocabulary

The majority of Hasani vocabulary is mainly derived from Turkish, Turkmen and Old Turkic. Compared to other Oghuz languages, Hasani vocabulary is much closer to Old Turkic in both spelling and pronounciation. Hasani vocabulary is also influenced by Arabic, Farsi and various Slavic languages.

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