The Zazas are an ethnic group connected with the Kurds, living primarily in the eastern part of Anatolia, in eastern Turkey. The Zaza identity is a complex one because religion or political identity are not united. There are many Zazas who regard themselves as Kurds, but many others regard themselves as an autonomous identity. Zazaki, their language, is also considered a separate language and not a Kurdish dialect. As far as Zazaki names are concerned, it is more difficult for native surnames, because Zaza has no legal method of changing its current surname back to its origin. This generator contains native surnames, but the use of a Turkish surname could further reflect real life, depending on what you need zazaki names.
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Zazaki is an ancient name for an area that encompasses the northern part of Turkey and northern Iraq. It has been known as the Zazaki Mountains since the 7th century BC, and its name comes from the Greek words meaning "mountains on the mountains". When the Roman Empire ruled Turkey, the Zazaki region was included among the provinces they were conquering. From this time to the Byzantine Empire, the area was known as Zakia, which meant "land between the rivers". In fact, one of the most important cities of the Byzantine Empire was Zakia. For a period of time, it was the capital of the Byzantine Empire and a major city for commerce as well as religious worship.
The region is named after a hill which is the central point of the region. It was named after Zagiz, a leader of the legendary battle of Vanquo, who is also the founder of the Christian religion in the area. The name was derived from the Latin name of the hill, Vatikanis. The name, though, has fallen out of favor and was replaced with the more famous name. In addition to the mountains, this region has some wonderful natural beauty to offer. Many rivers run through the area and it is here that the largest number of springs are found. In addition to this, a variety of birds, such as ibises, woodpeckers and wrens, can be seen here, as well as many insects and reptiles.
Zazaki was once divided into four separate areas: Karpas, Siran, Kavala and Yaymenas. These areas were all part of the same province, but are now separated by different countries. Today, you will find all these areas together, which means that you can travel between the regions easily. Traveling within the region is fairly easy as well. There are many different travel agencies that offer packages for this region. Most of these agencies offer airfare, hotel accommodations and rental cars, as well as local transportation and sightseeing tours in the area.