From: Peter Kirk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Feb 14 2005 - 18:49:18 CST
On 15/02/2005 00:10, Kenneth Whistler wrote:
>Then, if you want to carry on further about the case for or
>against encoding a Cyrillic letter qu for the Cyrillic orthography
>for Kurdish (in the former Soviet Union and obsolete) ...
It is not obsolete. At least it certainly wasn't about five years ago
when I saw a new publication in this script. It is used by the Kurdish
community in Armenia (an interesting group, mostly Yezidis rather than
Muslims) and by those who have recently migrated to Russia and perhaps
elsewhere. I have a contact who can provide more details if necessary.
Don't forget that there is also a Cyrillic W in this script.
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