Gjuha kapadokiane greke

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Kapadikianishtja
Flitët në Greqi (fillimisht Kapadokia (Turqia Qendrore)
Folësit
Përgjithshëm 2,800 (2015)
Taksonomia
Filogjeneza E përzier Greko-Turke
Kodet e klasifikimit
ISO 639-3 cpg

Kapadokishtja, i njohur gjithashtu si Greqishtja Kapadokiane ose Azia e Vogël Greke, është një gjuhë e përzier e folur në Kapadokia (Turqia Qendrore).[1] Gjuha fillimisht u dallua nga grekët mesjetarë të Perandorisë Bizantine pas turmës Seljuq Turk në Betejën e Manzikertit në 1071. Si rezultat i shkëmbimit të popullsisë midis Greqisë dhe Turqisë në vitet 1920, të gjithë grekët kapadokian u detyruan të emigronin në Greqi ku ata u zhvendosën në vende të ndryshme, kryesisht në Greqinë Qendrore dhe Veriore. Kapadokianet u zhvendosën shpejt në gjuhën standarde greke dhe gjuha e tyre mendohej të ishte zhdukur që nga vitet 1960. Në qershor 2005, Mark Janse (Universiteti i Ghent) dhe Dimitris Papazachariou (Universiteti i Patras) zbuluan Cappadocians në Greqinë Qendrore dhe Veriore të cilët ende mund të flasin gjuhën e tyre rrjedhshëm. Shumë prej tyre janë folës të moshës së mesme, të gjeneratës së tretë që marrin një qëndrim shumë pozitiv ndaj gjuhës, në krahasim me prindërit dhe gjyshërit e tyre.[2]

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