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What is Turkish zultanite?
Zultanite is a colour-changing diaspore that was apparantly found in Russia in 1801 but some were found in Turkish museums worn by Ottoman Sultans, some how it often happens that the mine becomes extinct in the ural mountains in Russia, and since then it is only found in one place Turkey by 1980's and made known to the mainstream by 2006, and it's 1000 times rarer than tanzanite, so very small amounts in such high quality are found. Over one carat is a blessing. Erica Courtney is a fashion Jewellery designer for Madonna, Julia Roberts etc even went to Turkey herself to get some Zultanite, this stone is setting the world by storm, it will be 20,000 per carat and worth more in the next few months, that is how rare it is. The pride of Turkey! it sure is.
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Hell yea ,the show u mean right? and gumus is also a name and its Turkish too
Yes, it is
Nasılsın? (informal/adressing just one person) Nasılsınız? (formal/ adressing two or more person)
Here's how it would be spelled in English. Toorkche. But in the Turkish language, it's spelled Turkce. The 'u' in it has the two dots over it, though, and the 'c' has a vertic…al line through the bottom. "türkçe" = Turkish language
The cat is dated centuries back to the Armenians. Van was in Armenia before Turkey commited a genocide on the Armenians and attempted to change them to Muslim from their Chris…tianity and were unsuccessful, but in doing so took more than 60% of their land and killed roughly 1.5 million Armenians. So to say Van is turkish is incorrect. It now belongs to turkey, but was named by Armenians in Armenia living in their country at the time. The cat which is called the "Haygagan Van Gatu" is translated from Armenian meaning with exact translation to be "Armenian Van Cat" . Turks can name it what they wish but its origin is Armenian.
Because they are Turkish. Aren't they? If the question is asking historically how Turkish came to Anatolia, the answer is that when the Seljuks and Ottomans conquered the ea…stern areas of Anatolia, there was a process of Turkification where native Anatolians intermarried with invading Turks, began to speak their language and converted to Islam. This process occurred over centuries and led to the extinction of non-Turkish languages (other than Arabic and Kurdish) among the Muslim population of Anatolia. The Christians and Jews (who preserved their languages in spite of Turkification) were forced out of Anatolia during the tumultous period between 1914-1924. Some, like the Greek Orthodox left in violent population exchanges. Some, like the Jews just fled. Some like the Armenians were massacred and genocided. Regardless, when these non-Muslim Turks were forced out of Turkey, only the Turkish and Kurdish languages remained. When Mustafa Kemal founded Turkey, he made Turkish the mandatory national language of the country in the same way that Greek became the language of Greece and German is the language of Germany.
How are you is nasilsin Im fine thanks you? is iyim sen nasilsin If you want to make it formal you have to say Iyim siz nasilsiniz
I'm assuming this question is "How do you know if you are Turkish?". You know you are Turkish if 1) You hold Turkish citizenship. 2) Your family has Turkish roots. If you …don't know your family's history you could get a DNA analysis which traces you back to your roots. Awesome, right!
"Türkçe" or "Türkçe dili / lisanı".
Turkish taffy actually has nothing to do with Turkey or Turks the inventor just named it and nobody knows why.
Turkish Delight is a mildly chewy fruit candy dusted with powdered sugar often with nut pieces suspended in it. The fruit flavor is mild but true (not artificial like fr…uit-flavored hard candy usually is). It's better known in Europe than America, but is available in America, too (sometimes under other names).