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Assamese and Azerbaijani Speaking countries

1 Countries
1.1 Countries
India
Azerbaijan, Georgia, Iran, Iraq, Russia, Syria, Turkey
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
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1
Rank: 14 (Overall)
7
Rank: 8 (Overall)
Bhojpuri Speaking Countries
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1.3 National Language
Bangladesh, India
Azerbaijan, Gambia
1.4 Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
Not spoken in any of the countries
1.5 Speaking Continents
Asia
Asia
1.6 Minority Language
Bangladesh, Bhutan
Not spoken in any of the countries
1.7 Regulated By
Asam Sahitya Sabha
Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • Assamese was reinstated as the state language of Assam in 1873.
  • Assamese language has its own stream of origin, it is evolved in a different way from rest of the Indo-Aryan languages of India.
    • Even though Official language of Azerbaijan is Azerbaijani, the Business language is Azerbaijani, English and Russian.
    • Azerbaijan is known as “Land of Fire”, is country with unique culture and spellbinding history.
    1.9 Similar To
    Bengali and Oriya
    Turkish
    1.10 Derived From
    Sanskrit Language
    Osmanly language

    Assamese vs Azerbaijani Countries

    Comparing Assamese vs Azerbaijani countries gives you idea about number of countries that speak Assamese and Azerbaijani languages.

    So we find that, total number of countries where Assamese is official language is 1 whereas total number of countries where Azerbaijani is official language is 7

    Find if Assamese and Azerbaijani are Most Spoken Languages. Comparison of Assamese and Azerbaijani speaking countries will give you the presence of Assamese and Azerbaijani languages in different countries. Along with Assamese vs Azerbaijani countries, you can also compare Assamese vs Azerbaijani.

    Assamese and Azerbaijani as Minority Language

    In Assamese and Azerbaijani speaking countries you will get the countries which have Assamese and Azerbaijani as minority language. The language which is spoken by minority of population in the country is called as minority language.

    • Assamese as minority language: Bangladesh, Bhutan.
    • Azerbaijani as minority language: Not spoken in any of the countries.

    If you want to compare Assamese and Azerbaijani dialects, then you can go to Assamese vs Azerbaijani Dialects. Some of the official languages are also considered as minority languages.

    Assamese and Azerbaijani Regulators

    Assamese and Azerbaijani speaking countries provide you Assamese and Azerbaijani regulators which are the official organizations that regulate them. Asam Sahitya Sabha regulates Assamese language.Azerbaijani is regulated by Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. Also get to learn, Assamese and Azerbaijani Language History.

    Assamese and Azerbaijani Continents

    Thinking about Assamese and Azerbaijani continents in which Assamese and Azerbaijani speaking countries are present. Check out more information on Assamese and Azerbaijani. Most of the Assamese speaking countries lie in Asia. While Azerbaijani speaking countries lie in Asia. Continentwise, most of the languages belong to Asian Languages and African Languages. It's always fun to know about interesting facts of any language, so lets discuss about unknown facts of Assamese and Azerbaijani languages:

    Assamese Interesting Facts:

    • Assamese was reinstated as the state language of Assam in 1873.
    • Assamese language has its own stream of origin, it is evolved in a different way from rest of the Indo-Aryan languages of India.
      • Azerbaijani Interesting Facts:

        • Even though Official language of Azerbaijan is Azerbaijani, the Business language is Azerbaijani, English and Russian.
        • Azerbaijan is known as “Land of Fire”, is country with unique culture and spellbinding history.

        The Assamese language was derived from Sanskrit Language and is similar to Bengali and Oriya whereas Assamese language is similar to Turkish and derived from Osmanly language.