Linked Languages Resources

A contribution to the Web of Data
by Bernard Vatant, Mondeca



Search languages

Powered by Freebase

Complete list of languages This page in other languages : [fr]

Bakhtiari dialect is a dialect of Luri spoken by Bakhtiari people in Chaharmahal-o-Bakhtiari, western Khuzestan and parts of Isfahan and Lorestan provinces. It is closely related to the Boir-Aḥmadī, Kohgīlūya, and Mamasanī dialects in northwestern Fars. These dialects, together with the Lori dialects of Lorestan, are referred to as the “Perside” southern Zagros group, or Lori dialects. Luri and Bakhtiari are much more closely related to Persian, than Kurdish. There do exist transitional dialects between Southern Kurdish and Lori-Bakhtiāri', and Lori-Bakhtiāri itself may be called a transitional idiom between Kurdish and Persian. http://www. iranicaonline. org/articles/kurdish-language-i
Source : DBpedia

Names (more)

[az] Bəxtiyari dialekti
[de] Bachtiarische Sprache
[en] Bakhtiari dialect
[fa] گویش بختیاری
[hr] Bahtijarski jezik
[pl] Język bachtiarski

Language type : Living

Language resources for Bakhtiari

Open Languages Archives

Wiktionary - Category:Bakhtiari language [en]

Technical notes

This page is providing structured data for the language Bakhtiari.
Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is bqi.

This page is marked up using RDFa,, and other linked open vocabularies. The raw RDF data can be extracted using the W3C RDFa Distiller.

Freebase search uses the Freebase API, based on ISO 639-3 codes shared by Freebase language records.

ISO 639 Codes

ISO 639-3 : bqi

Linked Data URIs

More URIs at


Authority documentation for ISO 639 identifier: bqi

Freebase ISO 639-3 : bqi Country Information

Publications Office of the European Union
Metadata Registry : Countries and Languages