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Azerbaijani (language code: az; autonym: azərbaycanca) is spoken by around 30 million people mainly in Azerbaijan and the northwest of Iran. In Azerbaijan it is the official language and written with Latin script. In Iran it is a minority language and is written with Perso-Arabic script (but actually it's mainly spoken and not so often written there). From 1938-1991 it was written with Cyrillic script in Azerbaijan and is still written like this in Dagestan (North Caucasus, Russia). For more information see Wikipedia:Azerbaijani language

Azerbaijani Bible translations

Wikipedia:Bible translations into Azerbaijani
Links: - Complete Bible in Latin script in PDF files, audio recordings of Matthew in Southern Azerbaijani

Kitab Shirketi/Müqəddəs Kitab

Kitab Shirketi/Müqəddəs Kitab

This is probably the most common Azeri Bible translation, it is based on the North Azerbaijani. It is available in Cyrillic and Latin Script.

It is freely available in the following ways:

  • Reading online:
  • Smartphone apps and software:
    • YouVersion smartphone app: Text of the whole Bible, no recordings. Can be downloaded and is then available for offline use. Select "azərbaycanca" in the language selection and then select "AZJ08".
    • smartphone app: Text of the whole Bible, recordings of the New Testament. Select "azərbaycanca" in the language selection and then select "Latin ( Kitab Shirketi/Müqəddəs Kitab )" or for the Bible in Cyrillic script select: "Cyrillic ( Kitab Shirketi/Müqəddəs Kitab )".
  • Audio Bible:

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Available training resources in Azerbaijani

The worksheets are in Latin script as it is used now in Azerbaijan.