Chuvash love poem


Cанӑн cӑну тӗкӗрте -

Манӑн сывлӑшӑм чи лайӑх ере пек.

Васка! Часах ҫухалеҫ! Тесереленеҫ вет

Юлашки туйӑмри паллӑмсем.

Translated into Chuvash
Audio voice chuvash Darya

Original version
Poem the mirror

Her big fur coat & Chuvash

Love poem (Чăваш чӗлхи) "la glace" translated into Chuvash (Bulgar) by Darya, the language of Chuvashia, which, boder the territory of Maris whose who they are affiliated. Chuvash is a Turkish language of the western Urals. She loves the warmth of her big fur coat, she wraps herself in it to read in nature. She loves nature and reads a lot! That's how she is!

Chuvash is the only modern language of the Bulgarian branch of Turkish languages ​​(2 million spearkers). This is the language of the Chuvash Republic created when USSR breakup. Half of the speakers live outside this republic, notably in Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Kuybyshev, Ulyanovsk, and Samar.

Originally, a part of the Oghoure tribes, in the 5th century, migrated from the region of Baikal to the west to settle on the Volga sides, Koban and Danube sides. Most will see their language assimilated (Bulgarian from Balkans). In the 9th century some of them will establish a Bulgarian kingdom on the Volga (Volga Bulgarians), which will be destroyed by the Mongols in the 13th. We have found, dating from this same century some inscriptions in Bulgarian Volga. It is only in the 18th century that begin the Chuvash writings with texts and a grammar. Nothing proves the direct connection between Bulgarian Volga and Chuvash; nothing is certain about when the old Chuvash borrowed from Bulgarian.

The Chuvashs

The Chuvashs are hunters, fishermen and breeders, and are the descendants of the Bulgarians, came from the Caucasus to flee the Mongol invasions. The Chuvash is considered an independent branch of the Altaic family, which would also have included the language spoken by the Huns. There are about 1.5 million Chuvash-speakers in Russias's middle Volga region, in republic of Chuvashiya whose capiltal is Cheboksary.

West Turkic languages
Tatar - Kyrgyz - Kazakh - Kumyk - Bashkir
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Poem translated into chuvash (482 languages)