The Kirghiz language (Кыргызча [qɯɾʁɯzˈtʃɑ]) is one of the South Kipchak Northwestern (Kipchak) Turkic languages. It is a living language with ISO 639 code [kir] or [ky].
Kirghiz is spoken by Kyrgyz people. This language is distributed in Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. The total of speakers is about 4'300'000 (native) and about 5'000'000 (native and second).
Cyrillic script (Kyrgyz alphabet) and Arabic script (Kyrgyz alphabet) are used for writing.
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