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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: KCF » Sat Oct 06, 2007 5:20 pm

The Yezidi Kurds' tribes & clans of south Caucasus.

http://www.ezid.ru/articles/karame_anco ... kurds.html
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Kurdistany » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:36 pm

Don't forget the Sindi tribe, it's larger of most of the tribes yall mentioned before.

The Aryan Period

As early as 2000 BC, the vanguards of the Indo-European speaking tribal immigrants, such as the Hittites and the Mittanis (Sindis), had arrived in southwestern Asia. While the Hittites only marginally affected the mountain communities in Kurdistan, the Mittanis settled inside Kurdistan around modern Diyarbakir, and influenced the natives in several fields worthy of note, in particular the introduction of knotted rug weaving. Even rug designs introduced by the Mittanis and recognized by the replication in the Assyrian floor carvings, remain the hallmark of the Kurdish rugs and kelims. The modern mina khâni and chwar such styles are basically the same today as those the Assyrians copied and depicted nearly 3000 years ago.

The name ‘Mittani’ survives today in the Kurdish clans of Mattini and Millani/Milli who inhabit the exact same geographical areas of Kurdistan as the ancient Mittani. The name "Mittan," however, is a Hurrian name rather than Aryan. At the onset of Aryan immigration into Kurdistan, only the aristocracy of the high-ranking warrior groups were Aryans, while the bulk of the people were still Hurrian in all manners. The Mittani aristocratic house almost certainly was from the immigrant Sindis, who survive today in the populous Kurdish clan of Sindi—again—in the same area where the Mittani kingdom once existed. These ancient Sindi seem to have been an Indic, and not Iranic group of people, and in fact a branch of the better known Sindis of India-Pakistan, that has imparted its name to the River Indus and in fact, India itself. (footnote 8) While the bulk of the Sindis moved on to India, some wondered into Kurdistan to give rise to the Mittani royal house and the modern Sindi Kurds.


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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Diri » Mon Nov 12, 2007 9:45 pm

Kurdistany wrote:Don't forget the Sindi tribe, it's larger of most of the tribes yall mentioned before.

The Aryan Period

As early as 2000 BC, the vanguards of the Indo-European speaking tribal immigrants, such as the Hittites and the Mittanis (Sindis), had arrived in southwestern Asia. While the Hittites only marginally affected the mountain communities in Kurdistan, the Mittanis settled inside Kurdistan around modern Diyarbakir, and influenced the natives in several fields worthy of note, in particular the introduction of knotted rug weaving. Even rug designs introduced by the Mittanis and recognized by the replication in the Assyrian floor carvings, remain the hallmark of the Kurdish rugs and kelims. The modern mina khâni and chwar such styles are basically the same today as those the Assyrians copied and depicted nearly 3000 years ago.

The name ‘Mittani’ survives today in the Kurdish clans of Mattini and Millani/Milli who inhabit the exact same geographical areas of Kurdistan as the ancient Mittani. The name "Mittan," however, is a Hurrian name rather than Aryan. At the onset of Aryan immigration into Kurdistan, only the aristocracy of the high-ranking warrior groups were Aryans, while the bulk of the people were still Hurrian in all manners. The Mittani aristocratic house almost certainly was from the immigrant Sindis, who survive today in the populous Kurdish clan of Sindi—again—in the same area where the Mittani kingdom once existed. These ancient Sindi seem to have been an Indic, and not Iranic group of people, and in fact a branch of the better known Sindis of India-Pakistan, that has imparted its name to the River Indus and in fact, India itself. (footnote 8) While the bulk of the Sindis moved on to India, some wondered into Kurdistan to give rise to the Mittani royal house and the modern Sindi Kurds.


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No, we hadn't forgotten it...

We were just waiting for a Sindî to come and enlighten us... :lol:

Thanks... :wink:

Indeed it is one of the larger tribes in Kurdistan...
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: KCF » Mon May 05, 2008 9:57 pm

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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: nuray » Mon May 05, 2008 11:50 pm

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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Diri » Tue May 06, 2008 10:18 am

The link that KCF posted gives an almost complete list of the Kurdish tribes...
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Barış » Tue May 06, 2008 7:44 pm

:lol: Yea, read the informative link KCF posted. It has Ahmedî listed...

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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: nuray » Tue May 06, 2008 9:50 pm

Diri wrote:The link that KCF posted gives an almost complete list of the Kurdish tribes...

ok i know now. i want you to delete quote please.
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Barış » Wed May 07, 2008 2:49 am

Nuray, you're a Kurd. :P
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PostAuthor: nuray » Wed May 07, 2008 8:17 pm

Barış wrote:Nuray, you're a Kurd. :P

you are a gay barbaric savage.
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Diri » Sat May 10, 2008 8:43 pm

nuray wrote:
Diri wrote:The link that KCF posted gives an almost complete list of the Kurdish tribes...

ok i know now. i want you to delete quote please.




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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Londoner » Sun May 11, 2008 8:24 am

KCF wrote:http://www.kurdistantime.com/?p=492


When I click this link, this is what Iget: Sitemize yenileme çalışmalarından dolayı kısa bir süre ulaşamayacaksınız
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PostAuthor: Diri » Sun May 11, 2008 1:03 pm

Londoner wrote:
KCF wrote:http://www.kurdistantime.com/?p=492


When I click this link, this is what Iget: Sitemize yenileme çalışmalarından dolayı kısa bir süre ulaşamayacaksınız


It says:

"Because we are working on updating our site, you won't be able to reach it for a little while"...

So it'll be up again soon, probably... They're very good at keepig posted on that site - they're Kurds from Amed mainly! :)
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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: kardox » Tue May 20, 2008 7:32 am

Emmunah wrote:Can someone tell me about the tribes in parts of Kurdistan? I know only a little, and would like to know more. It seems there are many of the same names, and when you say some names people give you more attention.

Thank You,
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Hello there I can tell u about some of the tribes in south kurdistan:

Zaxo/dehuk area:
Sindi(most in south kurdistan, few in and arround silopi in north kurdistan)
Guli
Musa rashi
Dosky (We have both Jiri and Jori, meaning upper and below they live in north and south)
Sharafani
Berwari
Kocher
Gui
Tayari(Cheldan) most of them were killed in north by turks, many moved to south kurdistan and then to baghdad, now they are comming back.
Zebari
Rekani
Barzani
Harki
Bradust
Surchi
and a little correction for my brother Diri, Bamern is just a bigger Village and not a tribe, i think they are Barwaries too.

there are many more, let me think for some days.. :d


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Re: Tribes

PostAuthor: Rumtaya » Tue May 20, 2008 8:06 am

kardox wrote:
Emmunah wrote:Can someone tell me about the tribes in parts of Kurdistan? I know only a little, and would like to know more. It seems there are many of the same names, and when you say some names people give you more attention.

Thank You,
Emmunah


Hello there I can tell u about some of the tribes in south kurdistan:

Zaxo/dehuk area:
Sindi(most in south kurdistan, few in and arround silopi in north kurdistan)
Guli
Musa rashi
Dosky (We have both Jiri and Jori, meaning upper and below they live in north and south)
Sharafani
Berwari
Kocher
Gui
Tayari(Cheldan) most of them were killed in north by turks, many moved to south kurdistan and then to baghdad, now they are comming back.
Zebari
Rekani
Barzani
Harki
Bradust
Surchi
and a little correction for my brother Diri, Bamern is just a bigger Village and not a tribe, i think they are Barwaries too.

there are many more, let me think for some days.. :d


cheers..


What is that suppoused to be "Tayari" (chaldan), who do you mean with this? You seem to point probably to an Assyrian Tribe of the Tiaries aint you? Cause if thats the cause, you are totatly wrong this is not a kurdish Tribe. If you mean someoneelse then I am sorry for attacking you, but if you refer to the semi indepndent tribe of the Hakkari area (present till the WW 1), then you are making up history.

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