Tat Latin (Tati)

Tat Latin is a way to write the Caucasian Tat language with the Latin alphabet devised by Alexander Ilynovich. As there are ways to write other Iranian languages with the Latin alphabet, Alexander decided to create one for Tat as well.

Tat (зугьун тати) is a Southwest Iranian language spoken mainly in Azerbaijan, and also in Iran and Russia.

Tat Latin alphabet (Äläfbi tati)

Tat Latin alphabet (Äläfbi tati)

Download an alphabet chart for Tat Latin (Excel)

Information about Tat

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