The Uzbek language (O‘zbekcha / Ўзбекча [ozbekˈtʃɑ]) is one of the West Karluk Southeastern (Karluk) Turkic languages. It is a living language (variety of Uzbek macrolanguage [uzb / uz]) with ISO 639 code [uzn].
Uzbek is spoken by Uzbeks. This language is distributed in Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as well as some other countries. The total of speakers is about 27'000'000 (native and second).
Latin script (Uzbek alphabet) and Cyrillic script (Uzbek alphabet) are used for writing.
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