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Malik Mirza Bilingual Song Question

Kosovo1389

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The song is Amina, and the second and fourth stanzas sound Turkish or some other regional tongue. I was wondering exactly what language is that?
 

kulan-suryoye

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The first stanz is in syriac language (assyrian) the second is turkish the third again syriac the fourth turkish an than again syriac.
 

Kosovo1389

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I see, thank you so much, so this is the Ottoman dialect Turkish correct? Also any of the Turkish lyrics will be highly appreciated. 
 

kulan-suryoye

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Hi, no its is turkish mixed with kurdish, thats means he says two turkish words and than two kurdish...i asked my father he speaks both langauges, but sry i dont have any lyrics for that song.  By the why are you Serbian, Albanian or Assyrian?
 

Kosovo1389

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Thank, do you have any idea which words are Turkish and which are Kurdish, I assume you mean 2 lines are Turkish and the then the other 2 are Kurdish, as the first and thir stanzas are totally in Assyrian.

I am totally Assyrian myself, I speak fluent Serbian as I had many friends form there growing up in the area and school, I can speak a few words of Albanian but very poorly I mostly understand Albanian, as some of the Serbians I grew up with had fathers who had worked in Kosovo or southern Serbia (areas like Leskovac or Novi Pazar) and learned Albanian there.
 
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