Similarities Between Turkish and Indonesian

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Turkish and Indonesian belong to different language families but have a lot of common vocabulary through different languages, mainly via Arabic. This language challenge will be between Şimal, a Turkish speaker from Antalya, Turkey, and Firman, an Indonesian speaker from Jakarta, Indonesia.
Despite being far from one another geographically, there have been contacts between the people of what is now present-day Turkey and Indonesia from as far back as the 12th century. Later on, in the 16th century, the Ottoman Empire supported the Aceh Sultanate in its fight against the Portuguese Empire in Malacca. As a result, exchanges between Aceh and the Ottoman Empire increased, not only military, but also in commercial, cultural and religious fields.
Indonesian (bahasa Indonesia) is an Austronesian language, a standardized register of Malay and the official language of Indonesia. Indonesia is a multi-lingual country and most Indonesians speak another language, however, the Indonesian language is used as a lingua franca. Indonesian is also recognized as minority language in East Timor. The Indonesian language has been influenced by many other languages, including Dutch, English, Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, Sanskrit, Tamil, Hindi, and Persian. This is the reason why it shares a lot of common vocabulary with other languages from different family groups.
The Turkish language (Türkçe), which is also referred to as Istanbul Turkish, is the most widely spoken of the Turkic languages, with most of its native speakers living in Western Asia, and significant group of speakers in Germany, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Northern Cyprus, Greece, the Caucasus, and other parts of Europe and Central Asia. Ottoman Turkish, which was a variation of the Turkish spoken today, influenced many parts of Europe during the time that the Ottoman Empire expanded. When the modern Turkish republic was established, one of Atatürk's Reforms consisted of changing the Ottoman Turkish alphabet with a Latin alphabet. Today, Turkish is recognized as a minority language in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Greece, Iraq, Macedonia, and Romania.

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  • Thank you for taking part in the most recent Instagram poll and voting for this video. It won by a small margin, beating out “Similarities between Tamil and Korean” by a difference of only 41 votes. Please make sure to follow us on Instagram and vote in the next poll so you can decide what video we should do next! For those who voted for the runner-up, Tamil and Korean, stay tuned as it will eventually be done. If you live in Toronto and would like to participate in a future video, you can also reach us on Instagram. My Instagram page (@BahadorAlast): instagram.com/BahadorAlast Shahrzad’s Instagram page (@Shahrzad.Pe): instagram.com/shahrzad.pe Note: At the <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="360">6:00</a> minute mark, there is a mistake, it should say, the Turkish word for gift is "hediye", while the Indonesian word for it is "hadiah"

    • all these words are Arabic, you should better job Bahador Karau kara black in modern Turkish Tau tav. dag mountain in modern Turkish Anik enik puppy in modern Turkish there are plenty words similar in Tagalog and ancient Turkish

    • i think, you should Similarities Between turkish-american indian. it s will top

    • Can you subscribe to my channel?

    • Request for Turkish and Kazakh , also Turkish and Azerbaijani

    • Anatolia turkish is not real turkish. Here 100% proof that 80% world languages origin is PROTOTURK RUNES CENTRAL ASIA 16000B.C. m.id-tv.org/tv/video-ouehR33SI18.html

  • All of them have Arabic roots

  • Bahador, love the show. One suggestion, the sentence guessing just doesn't work does it? It's a bit painful watching them guess the whole sentence. You need to give rules: at least 2 language words, maximum 4 total words in a sentence. For example, if the language words are 'Green' and 'Balloon', you could do "I popped green balloon". Makes sense?

  • I love indonesia 💚 love from turkey

  • Arabic

  • If u asking to Indonesian, why u dont like olive??. Coz we love Rice and also Durian so much.....

  • Kari ayu

  • I love İndonesia so much. I thınk we are brother 🌸

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="360">6:00</a> swapped words

  • I almost understand all the words,maybe because all the words are arabic in origin.

  • It is interesting how Arabic was the intermediate between the two languages.

  • I'm Arabian and lknew the most of the words 😂💔🇮🇶🇮🇶

  • All the words in this episode are Arabic words because of Islamic connictions between two nations.. All love for both. Another great video Bahador.

  • this is just proof what ottoman do so long ago.. just rope around the world.. expanding everywhere..!

    • Arab influence Malay race. It shows their relation since long time. On the other side, Sundanese or Javanese dont have loan words from Arab. It shows Sumatran people that is the first one spreading Islam to other region in Indonesia. Jakarta and West Java most probably convert to Islam due to Sumatran people (Malay) while Central Java and East Java by Wali Songo

  • Indonesian and Turkey similarities because Arabic... 😂😂😂

  • Aduhh capek deh. Saya cinta sekali Indonesia. Salam dulu semuanya dari Istanbul Turki. Iya saya orang Turki. Bagus kan!

    • he he, greeting from Indonesia. Do you use Google translate or really understand Indonesian ?

  • Sabun, hediye de aynı

  • What is firman's surname?

    • @ruhefsa lale Why do you ask his full name ?

    • @Bahador Alast soo thanks🤗

    • His full name is Muhammad Firman Ramadhan

  • Türk olarak sibiryali kardeşle çıkan abi daha iyi

  • Turkish girl is beautiful also Im Turkish

  • Mooi: Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Korean.

  • Cute indonesian guy!🤗

  • Arabic is the oldest language in the world

    • Not exactly, many loan words from Arabic show the spread of Islam in both Turkey and Malay (Malaysia, Sumatra, Kalimantan)

  • günaydın, Endonezya'dan aşk

  • Turkiye çok ğüzel 🇲🇨🇹🇷

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  • Bitte abonnieren in mein kanal ID-tv

  • I think the words at <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="361">6:01</a> are backwards. Turkish - hediye.

    • You're right, it was a mistake. I clarified it in the pinned comment. Thank you.

  • The below words are from Arabic origins: Resmi = Arabic رسمي Duniya = Arabic دنيا Izin = Arabic إذن Terjuman= Arabic ترجمان zaitun = Arabic زيتون Nafas = Arabic نفس Hakim = Arabic حكيم Jawab = Arabic جواب This is interesting how Arabic influenced many languages

  • Cantik ya

  • iki millette müslüman olduğu için ortak kelimelerin çoğu arapça. binlerce aynı kelime var. ablacım o şortuda giymesen olmazmı ya

  • Şimal is so hot again. Aklımızı aldı.

  • Kok senyumnya mirip yaaa? ^^

  • Jakarta has district name from Turkish word, part of it is native Turkish word and other is Arabic. Ulujami (Grand Mosque) in South Jakarta. Ulu is just like Uludağ. Jami from جَامِع .

  • all these words are Arabic, you should better job Bahador Karau kara black in modern Turkish Tau tav. dag mountain in modern Turkish Anik enik puppy in modern Turkish there are plenty words similar in Tagalog and ancient Turkish

  • Iklim, izin, terjemah, dunia serapan dr bhasa arab jd maklun kalau sama

  • she look like charlotte sartre

  • Hello new friend I am indonesia like your video

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="343">5:43</a> "Kamu. I just know kamu." Sounds like that girl from the Philippines.

    • She is 😄

  • Do Indonesia and Swahili.. I think some word are same like Swahili..

  • Merhaba Turkiye 👋👋👋

  • All of these words are from the Arabic language and are in our Arabic language

  • Just common arabi words lol

  • Too much arabization I really wish to hear indonesian in it's original ancient form.

    • You better see similarities between indonesian with another austronesian language like tagalog

  • Mustafa Kemal Ataturk is a great leader!

  • Turkish mirip2 asian yaa..

  • Turkish girl😍😍

  • Hakan sukur x makan smbil bersukur

  • Gilaaa Cakep banget... Mirip campuran europe sama Arab

  • Most of the words in this video are from Arabic

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="358">5:58</a> Actually In Turkish It's HEDİYE In Indonesian It's HADIAH

    • @Taha Saleh Yep

    • Both are Arabic origin

    • @Bahador Alast You're welcome. Your videos are really great. Greetings from Turkey 👋

    • Thank you. You are right. I have made a note of it in the pinned comment.

  • "Zaman" is a Persian word, it is from the middle Persian (Pahlavi).

  • hay...am from indonesia in java island

  • It’s funny that most of the words are Arabic and they think it’s Turkish or indo hhhhhhhhhhhh 🤣

    • Bahador Alast okay ty

    • They don't think that the words are Turkish or Indonesian, it's even mentioned in the description. These two languages have nothing in common and belong to different families, any words in common between them is from a 3rd language, mainly Arabic.

  • Wah

  • Every word between turkish vs Indonesian language is sime in kurdish 🤔

  • sanıyorum tüm kelimeleri balkanlardan endonezya ya kadar tüm mlletler anladı . çünkü bu kelimelerin çoğu arapça kökenli

  • Terimakasih Bahador. Dari video kamu saya jadi belajar serapan bahasa Indonesia

  • For linguists out there, I'm struggling to find etymological dictionaries in Turkish or Greek (not knowing those languages doesn't help either). I'm curious about the origins of the word for "carpenter" in both languages, since it's very similar in several northern italian dialects and in Friulian language ("marangon" or "maringon"), but I doubt it can be a direct loan from Greek or Turkish...

    • @mizrael77 Thank you :) Just out of personal interest in cultures and languages and their histories, which gets me to research more. Thanks again and I hope you enjoy our future videos!

    • @Bahador Alast wow thanks! How do you know so many things? Subscribed :)

    • from the Latin "mergus"

    • @Bahador Alast Thanks. In the meantime I have discovered that Greek has several loanwords coming from Venetian. So this word has passed from Venetian to Greek and Turkish. Fascinating. But still, I'm unsure about the ultimate origin of the word. My Latin dictionary doesn't have any word resembling "marangon" or with that mar- root, and the translation it gives for "carpenter" is "carpentarius". So either the original latin word is more different and with a different meaning, or it must be late, vulgar or otherwise non-canon latin.

    • It come from the Venetian "marangone", ultimately from Latin

  • We also use dunia and zaman(ia) in Greek language

    • How come Greek use Arabic world ??? Can you explain it

  • Turkey and Indonesia is islam county I likes. This video making me happy 😍

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="357">5:57</a> you wrote that wrong in Turkish it's hediye

    • You're right. Thanks. I made a note of it in the pinned comment.

  • We love Turkey and Indonesian ❤... from Brazil 🇧🇷

  • That Turkish girl is so beautiful!

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="140">2:20</a> girl: zeytin. man: saytin? like, *şeytan?* *LOOL*

  • Gift in Bahasa is Kado. Hadiah is prize. He's not the only Indonesian who incorrectly use it. In fact, a lot of Indoensians are clueless about the difference.

  • I think all of the words here are originated from arabic. Otherwise indonesia and turkey are too seperated and almost no historical connections, except for religion Islam.

    • All Indonesian sultanate from Sumatra until Java use similar flag like Ottoman, red and cressen but with some little different

    • You never heard about aceh sultanat and ottoman empire?

  • I watched Tamil-Indonesian similiarities video before and I found that Turkish words is waayyy easier to guess like the pronunciation is 99% the same as Indonesian

  • whuh?? how could it be? just like Japanese words in Russianıfjdkfg

  • weird

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="79">1:19</a> Turkish: anket Indonesian: angket . here we can see that Turkish, when romanized, has lost the [ŋ] sound, which was represented in Ottoman Turkish by a kaf with three dots above (in Jawi script by an ayn with three dots above). Thanks to the Dutch, who romanized Indonesian, the [ŋ] sound still exists. . FYI, both Turkish and Indonesian were written in Perso-Arabic script, but they received different methods of romanization (Indonesian is earlier to be romanized in 1901, while Turkish got it in 1929).

    • @Büşra Kaya nasal n? no. N is already nasal by default. in my language there are four nasal sounds, most languages have only two.

    • You mean nasal n? No, we still use it. I mean Aegean Turks still use it but we don't show it a lot. Unless you go home or to visit your grandparents your accent slides and then you can see the nasal n in our conversations.

  • ım from Turkey/Antalya to :)

  • hElÖ im ŞmAAal i Spek DurkiSk

  • 1.similarity:Half of Growtopia community is Indonesian and other half is Turkish

  • Türkler sesinizi çıkarın :D

  • Selamınaleyküm I'm from Turkey. ^-^

  • Please come Turkish and Hebrew

  • I am a basic turkish girl. I saw turkey, I clicked

  • <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="357">5:57</a> Turkısh=Hediye Indonesian=Hadiah

  • Dashsak