The Azerbaijani language (Azərbaycan dili / Азәрбајҹан дили [ɑːzæɾbɑjˈdʒɑn diˈli]) is one of the West Oghuz Southwestern (Oghuz) Turkic languages. It is a living language (variety of Azerbaijani macrolanguage [aze / az]) with ISO 639 code [azj].
Azerbaijani is spoken by Azerbaijanis. This language is distributed in Azerbaijan and Russia (Dagestan). The total of speakers is about 9'200'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Azerbaijani alphabet) and Cyrillic script (Azerbaijani alphabet) are used for writing.
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