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Bashkir is spoken principally in the Russian Republic of Bashkortostan (capital: Ufa), which lies to the west of the southern slopes of the Ural Mountains. It is another of then many Turkic languages of Russia, and has about one million speakers. ***

Bashkir is spoken/used in Bashkortostan

Language Family
Family: Altaic
Subgroup: Turkic
Branch: Northwestren(Kipchak)

Copyright © Kenneth Katzner, The Languages of the World, Published by Routledge.

Writing Sample

Writing Sample


All is quiet in the dormitory. For a place usually bustling with activity all day, such quiet us unusual. Even the charcoal and pencil drawings on the walls done by the school "artists" look down somehow dejectedly.
At that moment there is a commotion in the mess hall. In the dim reddish light of an electric lamp the students are served tin bowls of soup through a small window.

—SAGIT AGISH, The Foundation

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