Ğazi

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Osman Ğazi, padişahê Usmanıco verêno ke keyey Usmanıcan nao ro.

Ğazi (Erebki: غازى‎) merdımo mısılmano ke kewto ğaza ya zi ğezva u lec kerdo, cı rê vaciyeno. Gorey dinê İslami key merdım beno ğazi, ğanimet gêno, coka ğazi biyayışê merdımi mıkefato dinio. Ğanimetê ke kewnenê ğaziyan, miyanê ğaziyan de pay beno.

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