Category:Uzbek language

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Uzbek 
Turkic language
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Instance of language
Subclass of Karluk languages
Part of Turkic languages
LocationUzbekistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Russia, Turkey, People's Republic of China
ISO 639-1 code
  • uz
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uzbeko (es); Uzbeckŏ gŏdka (szl); Úsbekíska (is); Bahasa Uzbek (ms); Uzbek (en-gb); اوزبکي ژبه (ps); Узбекски език (bg); Узбэцкая мова (be-tarask); ازبک (pnb); ازبک زبان (ur); Узбек хэл (mn); Узбек чĕлхи (cv); Uzbečtina (sk); उझबेक भाषा (mr); узбецька мова (uk); उजबेक भाषा (new); ӯзбакӣ (tg); Узбеконь кяль (mdf); uzbečtina (cs); Oʻzbek tili (uz); Өзбек тілі (kk); uzbeka lingvo (eo); Узбечки јазик (mk); Uzbečki jezik (bs); 烏茲別克語 (zh-hant); উজবেক ভাষা (bn); ouzbek (fr); Basa Uzbèk (jv); Uzbečki jezik (hr); Usbekisch (de); Oezbeeks (nl); Usbeeksche Spraak (nds); język uzbecki (pl); Ауазбақь бызшәа (ab); uzbekšćina (hsb); tiếng Uzbek (vi); Узбек кыв (kv); უზბეკური ნინა (xmf); Oesbekies (af); узбечки језик (sr); Bahasa Uzbek (id); Limba uzbecă (ro); língua uzbeque (pt-br); Uzbek leid (sco); Usbekesch (lb); Uzbek-gí (nan); usbekisk (nb); Özbək dili (az); Uzbek bhasa (hif); Özbek tili (crh); 烏茲別克語 (lzh); زمانی ئوزبەکی (ckb); الأوزبكي (aeb-arab); الأوزبكية (ar); ouzbekeg (br); üzbég (hu); узбекский язык (ru); 月即別話 (yue); Өзбек тили (ky); ዑዝበክኛ (am); اوزبکی زبون (mzn); Uzbekera (eu); uzbek (ca); uzbecu (ast); اؤزبک تورکجه‌سی (azb); үзбәк теле (ba); Wsbeceg (cy); Узбекийн мотт (ce); узбекская мова (be); ուզբեկերեն (hy); 乌兹别克语 (zh); Usbekisk (da); უზბეკური ენა (ka); ウズベク語 (ja); uzbekiska (sv); Usbik simi (qu); اوزبيكى (arz); Vû-tsṳ̂-phe̍t-khiet-ngî (hak); אוזבקית (he); Lingua Uzbecica (la); Língua uzbeque (pt); उज़्बेक भाषा (hi); Uzbek language (en-ca); uzbekki (fi); Usbekisk spriak (frr); uzbec (lfn); үзбәк теле (tt); உசுபேகிய மொழி (ta); uzbeco (it); Узбек кыл (udm); ئۆزبېك تىلى (ug); ਉਜ਼ਬੇਕ ਭਾਸ਼ਾ (pa); Usbeki keel (et); Vahvuhswhbiedkez (za); үзбәк теле (tt-cyrl); Uzbek (oc); узбечки језик (sr-ec); O'zbеk tili (kaa); usbecu (scn); uzbečki jezik (sr-el); Lusbekänapük (vo); Özbek tili (crh-latn); Ozbėku kalba (sgs); Uzbekų kalba (lt); Özbekçe (tr); زبان ازبکی (fa); An Úisbéiceastáinis (ga); Uzbek dili (gag); ภาษาอุซเบก (th); Kiuzbeki (sw); ഉസ്ബെക്ക് ഭാഷ (ml); Uzbečki jezik (sh); Узбекыбзэ (ady); Узбек тыла (sah); Uzbek (en); 우즈베크어 (ko); Lingua usbeka (gl); uzbeku valoda (lv); Ουζμπεκική γλώσσα (el); Usbekisk (nn) lengua túrquica (es); török nyelv (hu); llingua túrquica (ast); тюркский язык, государственный язык Республики Узбекистан (ru); am weitesten verbreitete Turksprache Zentralasiens (de); زبانی در ازبکستان (fa); lingua turca chi si parra nta l'Uzbekistàn e nta l'Afganistàn (scn); turkska rěč w srjedźnej Aziji (hsb); llengua turquesa (ca); língua turcomana, idioma oficial do Uzbequistão (pt-br); Turkic language (en); taal (nl); שפה תורכית (he); spårk (nb); lingua (la); 語言 (zh-hant); lingua turca orientale (it); langue appartenant au groupe des langues turques (fr); turkiy tillar oilasiga kiruvchi til (uz); lingua túrquica (gl); tjurka lingvo (eo); yezh (br); iaith (cy) idioma uzbeko, usbeko (es); uz (fr); Usbekische Sprache (de); lingua usbeca, usbeco, lingua uzbeca (it); lingua usbeca, uzbecu, lingua uzbeca, uzbeku, lingua uzbeka (scn); үзбәкчә, үзб. (tt-cyrl); үзбәкчә, үзб. (tt); узбекский (ru); Uzbek language, uz (en); uzbekska rěč, uzbeksce (hsb); uzbekin kieli (fi); uzbeko (gl); لغة أوزبكية, اللغة الأوزبكية, أوزبكية (ar); 乌孜别克語 (zh); Idioma uzbequistanín, uz (ast)

Uzbek (oʻzbek tili or oʻzbekcha in Latin script; ўзбек тили or ўзбекча in Cyrillic script; اوزبیک تیلی or اوزبیکچه in Arabic script) is a Turkic language and the official (state) language of Uzbekistan, and one of the three official languages in Afghanistan. It is a widely spoken language in Central Asia. Uzbek has more than 32 million native speakers globally and is spoken by the Uzbeks in Uzbekistan, and elsewhere in Central Asia. Uzbek belongs to the Eastern Turkic, or Karluk, language group of the Altaic language family. The Uzbek language gets its lexicon and grammar mostly from Turkic languages. Other influences rose from Persian, Arabic and Russian. Along with Uyghur it used to be named as Türkiy or Chighatay Türkiy tili before 1924, when the latter was divided into Uzbek (in Soviet Union) and Uyghur in China. One of the most distinguishing aspects of Uzbek from other Turkic languages is its rounding of the vowel.

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