The Kazakh language (Qazaqsha / Қазақша / قازاقشا [qɑzɑqˈɕɑ]) is one of the South Kipchak Northwestern (Kipchak) Turkic languages. It is a living language with ISO 639 code [kaz] or [kk].
Kazakh is spoken by Kazakhs. This language is distributed in Kazakhstan, China and Uzbekistan as well as some other countries. The total of speakers is about 22'000'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Kazakh alphabet), Cyrillic script (Kazakh alphabet) and Arabic script (Kazakh alphabet) are used for writing.
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