Krymchak is a Turkic language spoken by about 100
Jews of Turkish origin on the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine.
Krymchak belongs to the Kypchak group of Turkic languages
and developed from Crimean Tatar and is sometimes referred
to as Judeo-Crimean Tatar. It contains numerous
loan-words from Hebrew loan-words.
Krymchak was written with the Hebrew alphabet before
the Soviet era, then in the 1920s and 1930s it was written
with a version of the Latin alphabet known as the Uniform
Turkic Alphabet. Since then it has been written with the
Krymchak alphabet (Кърымчах алфавити)
Information about Krymchak pronunciation compiled by Wolfram Siegel