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Ikurdiyen

(Yettusmimeḍ seg Kurd)

Agdud n Ikurdiyen yella g Ɛiraq yerna deg Tturk Ttmeslayen tutlayt takurdit. Tamurt anda zedɣen, isem-is Kurdistan, maca ur sɛin ara tamurt imzireg i nutni kan. Yiwen deg imeqqranen n tagrawla nsen af uzarug, isem-is Ɛabdellah Uǧalan.

Ikurdiyen
Kurd کورد
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Iṭij akurdi
Leḥsab
30–40 imelyan[1]
(The World Factbook, 2015 estimate)
36.4–45.6 million[2]
(Kurdish Institute of Paris, 2017 estimate)
 Tturk est. 14.3–20 imelyan[1][2]
 Iran est. 8.2–12 imelyan[1][2]
 Ɛiraq est. 5.6–8.5 imelyan[1][2]
 Surya est. 2–3.6 imelyan[1][2]
 Lalman 1.2 imelyan-1.5 imelyan[3][4]
 Fṛansa 150,000[5]
 Sswid 83,600[6]
 Timura n Wadda 70,000[7]
 Rusya 63,818[8]
 Biljik 50,000[9]
 Tagelda Yedduklen 49,841[10][11][12]
 Kazakhstan 46,348[13]
 Arminya 37,470[14]
 Sswis 35,000[15]
 Danmaṛk 30,000[16]
 Urdun 30,000[17]
 Tutrict 23,000[18]
 Legrig 22,000[19]
 Iwunak Yedduklen 20,591[20]
 Jurjya 13,861[21]
 Kyrgyzstan 13,200[22]
 Kanada 16,315[23]
 Finland 14,054[24]
 Usṭralya 10,551[25]
 Azerbaijan 6,100[26]
Tutlayin
Takurdit and Zaza–Gorani
Minor: Turkish (in Turkey), Persian (in Iran), Arabic (in Syria and Iraq), Aramaic (in parts of Iraq and Syria)
In their different forms: Sorani, Kurmanji, Pehlewani, Zaza, Gorani
Ddin
Amur ameqqran d Inselmen
(Tasunnit, Taciɛit n 13 n limamat, Taciɛit)
akked amur amecṭuḥ yettekki ɣer Yazidism, Yarsanism, Tamaǧusit, Tagnustit, Tudayt, Tamasiḥt
Igududen wid ay asen-yettilin
Igduden iraniyen nniḍen
Tamnaṭṭ n Ikurdiyen deg 1992
Ikurdiyen Di Ddunit

TiwelhiwinẒreg

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 World Factbook (Online ed.). Langley, Virginia: US Central Intelligence Agency. 2015. ISSN 1553-8133. Retrieved 2 August 2015. A rough estimate in this edition gives populations of 14.3 million in Turkey, 8.2 million in Iran, about 5.6 to 7.4 million in Iraq, and less than 2 million in Syria, which adds up to approximately 28–30 million Kurds in Kurdistan or in adjacent regions. The CIA estimates are as of ɣuct 2015 – Turkey: Kurdish 18%, of 81.6 million; Iran: Kurd 10%, of 81.82 million; Iraq: Kurdish 15–20%, of 37.01 million, Syria: Kurds, Armenians, and other 9.7%, of 17.01 million.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 The Kurdish Population by the Kurdish Institute of Paris, 2017 estimate. The Kurdish population is estimated at 15–20 million in Turkey, 10–12 million in Iran, 8–8.5 million in Iraq, 3–3.6 million in Syria, 1.2–1.5 million in the European diaspora, and 400k–500k in the former USSR - for a total of 36.4 million to 45. 6 million globally.
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  14. "Information from the 2011 Armenian National Census" (PDF). Statistics of Armenia (in Taṛminit). Retrieved 27 May 2014.
  15. "Switzerland". Ethnologue. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
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  18. "Austria". Ethnologue. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
  19. "Greece". Ethnologue. Retrieved 14 January 2015.
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  26. Statistical Yearbook of Azerbaijan 2014. 2015. p. 80. Bakı.[clarification needed]