ئازەرییەکان یان ئازەربایجانییەکان نەتەوەیەکن کە بە زمانی ئازەری قسە دەکەن و زۆرتر لە باکووری ڕۆژاوای ئێران و کۆماری ئازەربایجان ئەژین. زۆربەی ئازەریەکان موسوڵمانی شیعەن.

ئازەرییەکان
چەند ئافرەتێکی ئازەری
ژمارەی سەرجەمی دانیشتووان
٣٠ هەتا ٣٥ میلیۆن کەس[١]
ناوچەکان بە ژمارەی دانیشتوانی بەرچاو
 ئێران ١٢–١٨٫٥ میلیۆن[٢][٣][٤]
 ئازەربایجان ٩٬٢٣٥٬٠٠١ [٥]
 تورکیا ٥٣۰٬۰۰۰–٢٬٥٠۰٬۰۰۰ [٦][٧]
 ڕووسیا ٦٢١٬٨٠٠–١٬٥٠۰٬۰۰۰ [٦][٨]
 گورجستان ٢٨٤٬٧٦١ [٩]
 کازاخستان ٨٥٬٢٩٢ [١٠]
 ئەڵمانیا ١٥٬٢١٩ [١١]
 ئوکراینا ٤٥٬٢٠٠ [١٢]
 ئوزبەکستان ٤٤٬٤٠٠ [١٣]
 تورکمانستان ٣٣٬٣٦٥ [١٤]
 ھۆڵەندا ١٨٬٠٠٠ [١٥]
 قرغیزستان ١٧٬٨٢٣ [١٦]
 شانشینی یەکگرتوو ٤٥٬٠٠٠ [١٧]
 بیلاڕووس ٦٬٣٦٢ [١٨]
 ویلایەتە یەکگرتووەکان ٢٤٬٣٧٢-٤٠٠٬۰۰۰ [١٩][٢٠][٢١]
 کەنەدا ٣٬٤٦٥ [٢٢]
 لاتڤیا ١٬٦٩٧ [٢٣]
 نەمسا ١،٠٠٠ [٢٤]
 ئەستۆنیا ٨٨٠ [٢٥]
 لیتوانیا ٧٨٨ [٢٦]
زمانەکان

زمانی ئازەربایجانی[٢٧][٢٨]

ئایین

زۆربە: ئیسلام شیعە
کەمینە: سوننە، مەسیحییەت، بەھایی و زەردەشتی

گرووپە ڕەگەزییە پێوەندیدارەکان

تورکەکان، ئێرانییەکان

نەخشەی جوگرافیایی ئەم شوێنانەی کە لەوێ زمانی ئازەری بەکاردەھێنرێت.

لە ئێراندادەستکاری

لە ئێراندا زۆرتر بە تورک ناویان لێدەبەن. ئازەرییەکان حکومەتەکانی سەفەوییەکان، ئەفشارەکان و قاجاڕەکانیان لە ئێراندا پێکھانی. دایک و ژنی محەممەدڕەزا پەھلەوی دوایین شای ئێران ئازەری بوونە و ھەروەھا عەلی خامەنەیی ڕێبەری ئێستای ئێران لە بنەچەدا ئازەرییە.

ئەمانەش ببینەدەستکاری

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