|Native to||Uzbekistan, Tajikistan|
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.  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.  
There are, however, lexical differences that are common in everyday life among native speakers in Uzbekistan.
|Uzbekistani Russian||Standard Russian||Uzbek|
|governor||хоким||губернатор||hokim (Latin) |
|province||вилоят||область||viloyat (Latin) |
|wool hat||каракуль, астрахан||каракуль||qorako‘l|
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