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Uzbekistani Russian

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Uzbekistani Russian
uzbekistanskiy russky
Native toUzbekistan, Tajikistan
Language family
  • Balto-Slavic
    • Slavic
      • East Slavic
        • Russian
          • Central Asian dialects
            • Uzbekistani Russian
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Uzbekistani Russian (Russian: Узбекский русский) is a Russian dialect spoken primarily in Uzbekistan, but also in parts of Tajikistan and Kazakkhstan. It originated with a mix of local Uzbek and Tajik terms, forming a localised version of the Russian language in the Central Asian dialects group. [1][2] Because Russian has been traditionally spoken as a first language in large cities, Uzbekistani Russian is still a fairly conservative dialect with few notable grammatical changes. [3] [4]

There are, however, lexical differences that are common in everyday life among native speakers in Uzbekistan.[5]


Uzbekistani Russian Standard Russian Uzbek
governor хоким губернатор hokim (Latin)
ҳоким‍ (Cyrillic)
sausage казы колбаса qazi
province вилоят область viloyat (Latin)
вилоят (Cyrillic)
wool hat каракуль, астрахан каракуль qorako‘l


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  5. "Borrowed words of Uzbek origin". Wiktionary. Wikipedia Commons. Archived from the original on 21 June 2017. Retrieved 13 April 2019.

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