Yekgirtu


Yekgirtu
   Yekgirtu is a Kurdish Unified Alphabet that the Kurdish Academy of Language has introduced to bridge the differences among the three different alphabets (Arabic, Latin, and Cyrillic) in which Kurdish can be written. Yekgirtu involves a set of computer auto-generating conversion applications.

Historical Dictionary of the Kurds. .

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