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Kirmanjki (Northern Zazaki)[1] is spoken in Tunceli, Erzincan, Erzurum, Sivas, Gumushane, Mus (Varto), Kayseri (Sariz) provinces. Its sub-dialects are:

  • West-Dersim
  • East-Dersim
  • Varto
  • Border dialects like Sarız, Koçgiri (Giniyan-idiom)
  • Selcan, Zülfü. (1998) "Grammatik der Zaza-Sprache" Wissenschaft und Technik Verlag Berlin, ISBN 3-928943-96-0.
  • Paul, Ludwig. (1998) Zazaki "Grammatik und Versuch einer Dialektologie" Dr. Ludwig Reichert Verlag Wiesbaden, ISBN 3-89500-098-1.
  • Paul, Ludwig. (1998) "The Position of Zazaki Among West Iranian languages" University of Hamburg,[1].
  • Lynn Todd, Terry. (1985) "A Grammar of Dimili" University of Michigan,[2].
  • Gippert, Jost. (1996) "Historical Development of Zazaki" Frankfurt University,[3].
  • Gajewski, Jon. (2003) "Evidentiality in Zazaki" Massachusetts Institute of Technology,[4].
  • Gajewski, Jon. (2004) "Zazaki Notes" Massachusetts Institute of Technology,[5].
  • Larson, Richard. and Yamakido, Hiroko. (2006) "Zazaki as Double Case-Marking" Stony Brook University and University of Arizona,[6].


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