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Karachay and Balkar are members of the northwestern, or Kipchak, division of
the Turkic languages and are related most closely to Karaim, Kumyk, Tatar.
Bashkir, Kazakh, Kara-Kalpak, Kirgiz, and Nogay. For linguistic characteristics,
Kara-Kalpak 706 lic, motor roads that link several cities of the republic, and air
connections with Moscow, Tashkent, Ashkhabad, and other cities of the U.S.S.R.
Kara-Kal ak (QARAQALPAQ) language, member 0 the Turkic language group (a
The Khakass language, along with Altai, Tuvinian, Shor, and several minor
dialects, belongs to the northeastern, or Altai, division of the Turkic languages.
For linguistic characteristics, see Turkic languages. -afliliation and distribution,
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