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Kalmyk is a language spoken in Kalmykia (Russia), Western China and Western Mongolia. There are approximately 160,000 speakers in each country.
Kalmyk belongs to the Western subgroup of the Mongolic languages. It also has some elements in common with the Uralic and Turkic languages, sometimes speculated to be a member of the disputed Altaic or Ural-Altaic language family. This reflects Kalmyk's origin as the common language of the Oirats, a union of four Kalmyk tribes that absorbed some Ugric and Turkic tribes during their expansion westward.
Russian was made Kalmykia's primary official language. In 1963, the last Kalmyk language classes were closed and Russian became the language of education for Kalmyk children.
Kalmyk language has been written in a variety of alphabets over the years. Since 11th century Kalmyks used Uyghur script.
The official Kalmyk alphabet named Todo Bichig (Clear Script) was created in the 17th century by greatest Kalmyk buddist monk Zaya Pandit. The Todo Bichig was used by Kalmyks in Russia until 1924, when it was replaced by the Cyrillic alphabet, but Kalmyks in China has always beeng using it. In Mongolia Kalmyk (Oirat) language has no official status and does not exist in written form.
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