Кападокийски диалект

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История на
гръцкия език

(вижте също: Гръцка азбука)
Протогръцки (ок. 2000 пр.н.е.)
Микенски (ок. 1600–1100 пр.н.е.)
Старогръцки (ок. 800–300 пр.н.е.)
Диалекти:
Еолийски, Аркадокипърски, Атически-Йонийски,
Дорийски, Памфилски; Омиров.
Предполагаем диалект: Античен македонски.

Койне (от ок. 300 пр.н.е.)
Средногръцки (ок. 330–1453)
Новогръцки (от 1453)
Димотики, Катаревуса
Диалекти:
Кападокийски,Критски, Кипърски,
Понтийски, Цаконски, Йеванически,
Каракачански, Грико
(Салентински и Калабрийски)

Кападокийският е диалект на гръцкия език, развил се на базата на средногръцкия в областта Кападокия.

Запазен е като говорим в някои селски райони на областта. Върху този език влияние е оказвал османотурски и други езици. Също така и говоримият турски език значително е повлиял върху кападокийския [1][2].

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Библиография[редактиране | редактиране на кода]

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