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  1. The Turkish Wikipedia (Turkish: Türkçe Vikipedi) is the Turkish language edition of Wikipedia, spelled Vikipedi. Started on 5 December 2002, as of 20 May 2024, this edition has 608,419 articles and is the 25th largest Wikipedia edition, and ranks 16th in terms of depth among Wikipedias. [1]

  2. Vikipedi: Özgür Ansiklopedi. Herkesin katkıda bulunabildiği özgür ansiklopedi. Türkçe 609.685. Haftanın seçkin maddesi. Katsudō Shashin ( Japonca : 活動写真; "Hareketli Resimler"), bilinen en eski Japon animasyon çalışmasına ait bir film şerididir.

  3. Turkish (Türkçe: [ˈtyɾctʃe] ⓘ, Türk dili; also Türkiye Türkçesi 'Turkish of Turkey') is the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages, with around 90 to 100 million speakers. It is the national language of Turkey and Northern Cyprus.

  4. May 13, 2024 · Turkish language, the major member of the Turkic language family, spoken in Turkey, Cyprus, and elsewhere in Europe and the Middle East. It is the descendant of Ottoman Turkish and underwent significant reform with the founding of the Turkish republic in 1923.

  5. Turkish is an official language in Turkey, Northern Cyprus, and Cyprus. It is recognised as a minority language in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Iraq, Kosovo, North Macedonia and Romania. Turkish at a glance. Native name: Türkçe [ˈtyɾct͡ʃɛ] Language family: Turkic, Common Turkic, Oghuz, Western Oghuz. Number of speakers: c. 88 million.

  6. The Turkish Wikipedia ( Turkish: Türkçe Vikipedi) is the Turkish-language edition of Wikipedia. This edition began in December 2002. It is the 27th largest edition.

  7. Turkish is the 18th most spoken language in the world. Turkish is the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages, with around 90 to 100 million speakers. It is the national language of Turkey and Northern Cyprus.

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