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Muslim Tat
Tati
Spoken in Azerbaijan, Israel, Russia, USA
Region Northeastern Azerbaijan
Total speakers 26,000 excluding Judeo-Tat
Language family Indo-European
Language codes
ISO 639-1 ?
ISO 639-2 none
ISO 639-3 ttt
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The Tat language or Tati is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken by the Tats in Azerbaijan and Russia. According to the Ethnologue, it's spoken by 18,000 people in Azerbaijan, 8000 in Iran, and 2300 in Russia.[1] Its written form is related to Middle Persian Pahlavi. There is also a Jewish language called Judeo-Tat that is derived from the Tat language.

Tats refer to themselves as the descendants of the Sassanid Persians.[citation needed]

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