The Turkish Dialect of the Khalaj

@article{Minorsky1940TheTD,
  title={The Turkish Dialect of the Khalaj},
  author={Vladimir Minorsky},
  journal={Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies},
  year={1940},
  volume={10},
  pages={417 - 437}
}
  • V. Minorsky
  • Published 1 June 1940
  • History
  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
In the cold December of 1906 I was returning from Borūjerd to Tehran. At every village on the road I inquired whether there existed any local curiosities. At Kondūrūd I was told that the inhabitants belonged to the Turkish Khalaj tribe and spoke Khalajī. I had only a couple of hours to jot down a few sentences in the dialect which struck me by its unusual features. It was too late to call back my men who, by that time, had gone ahead, and I had to content myself with the hope that some Khalaj… 
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Jehrud and twenty-nine other villages
    This article is dedicated to my teacher Professor A. E. Krymski in anticipation of his seventieth birthday
      All, who was more at his ease in the administrative sphere, spoke of four groups of Khalaj :-Apart from the said groups of " true Khalaj