Ozarbayjonlar

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Ozarbayjonlar
Azərbaycanlılar, Azərilər
آذربایجانلیلار ,آذری لر
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Umumiy aholi soni

28-35 milliongacha

Katta aholiga ega mintaqalar
Eron bayrogʻi Eron 12,5 — 18 million [1]
 Ozarbayjon 8,172,800 [2]
 Rossiya 621,800 — 1,500,000 [3][4]
 Turkiya 800,000 — 2,500,000 [3][4]
 Gurjiston 284,761 [5]
 AQSh 24,377 — 400,000 [6][7][8][9][10][11]
 Qozog`iston 85,292 [3][4]
 Ukraina 45,176 [12]
 Oʻzbekiston 44,400 [13]
 Turkmaniston 33,365 [3][4]
 Niderlandlar 18,000 [14]
 Qirg`iziston 17,823 [3][4]
 Olmoniya 15,219 [15]
 Birlashgan Qirollik 15,000 [16]
 Belarus 6,362 [17]
 Kanada 3,465 [18]
 Latviya 1,697 [19]
 Avstriya 1,000 [20]
 Estoniya 880 [21]
 Litva 788 [22]
Tillar
Ozarbayjon tili
Dinlar
Islom
Qarindosh etnik guruhlar
boshqa turkiy xalqlar

Ozarbayjonlar (oʻzlarini — ozar-bayjonlilar, ozarilar deb atashadi) — xalq, Ozarbayjonning asosiy aholisi (8,172,800 kishi). Shuningdek, Eron (18,430 mln. kishi). Rossiya Federatsiyasi (621,800 — 1,500,000 kishi), Gruziya (307 ming kishi), Qozogʻiston (90 ming kishi), Armaniston va b. mamlakatlarda ham yashaydi. Umumiy soni 17,2 mln. kishi (1990y.lar oʻrtalari). Ozarbayjon tilitsa soʻzlashadi. Dindorlari — asosan, shia musulmonlar. O. katta yevropeoid irqining jan. irqiga mansub. O. etnogenezida qad. Mana (mil. av. 1-ming yillikning 1- yarmi), Kavkaz Albaniyasi (mil. av. 1-ming yillikning 2-yarmi — mil. 10-a.), Midiya, Atropatena (mil. av. 4-a. — mil. 7- a.) davlatlari aholisi qat-nashgan. 7-a.da arablar istilosidan soʻng Aderbeygon yoki Ozarbayjon nomini olgan. Mil. av. 1-ming yillik — mil. 1-ming yillik mobaynida kelgindi eroniy va turkiyzabon qabilalar (skiflar, gunnlar, bulgʻorlar, bija-naklar va b.) mahalliy aholi bilan aralashib ketganlar. Ozarbayjon etnik birligining shakllanishi, asosan, 11—13-a.

larda Ozarbayjonga yangi tur-kiy (oʻgʻuz) qabilalarining kirib kelishi natijasida yakunlangan. O.ning bir qismi sanoatda (ayniqsa, neft, gaz, asbobsozlik va b.) va q.x.da band. Qishloq aholisining anʼanaviy mash-gʻuloti — dehqonchilik, paxtachilik, bogʻdorchilik, uzumchilik, ipakchilik. [23]

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