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Are you sure that "Azeri" is the name of the language? I thought that in Kernewek all language names end on "-ek"? HeikoEvermann 19:43, 27 Metheven 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

It is not true that all language names end in '-ek', especially when it comes to those languages like Azeri which retain their own names in English. In Beunans Meriasek, someone mentions speaking 'Latyn'. J. Boson wrote of the 'tavas Greca, Latyn ha'n Hebrow'. Some other languages normally named in Cornish without the -ek suffix are Pashto, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Sindi, Panjabi, Sanscrit, Pracrit and Pali.TywysogMelyn (keskows) 21 Gen 2020 da 14:14 (UTC)

Azeri is not language. In Azerbaijane language is turkish and there are living Turkish (kowskevrohow) a wrug skrifa an kampol heb hanow ma. 06:02, 20 Me 2008

Please do not delete others' posts. As it happens, I live in Turkey, and most people I know here can usually understand Azeri, but think it sounds very funny. They look down on Azeris a bit, almost as backward country cousins. Azeri has a standard spelling and vocabulary which is not the same as that of standard Turkish. The official name of the official language of Azerbaijan is Azərbaycan dili. ☮ yn-medh Owen. 12:26, 26 Me 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]