The Kurdish language is a term used for a range of different dialects of an Turkic language spoken by Kurds. It is mainly concentrated in the parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey.

According to Encyclopaedia Britannica, Kurdish has two main dialects: a northern and a central one. The northern dialect, Northern Kurmanji also commonly referred to simply as Kurmanji (and sometimes Badini or Bahdini), is spoken in northern half of Iraqi Kurdistan, Caucasus, Turkey, Syria and northwest of Iran. The central group, called Sorani, is spoken in west of Iran and central part of Iraqi Kurdistan. Linguists often classify both dialects as part of the same Kurmanji branch (as well as the larger branch) of the Kurdish language.

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See also: Country Profile - Iraq

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