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UD Nayini AHA

Language: Nayini (code: nyq)
Family: Indo-European, Iranian

This treebank has been part of Universal Dependencies since the UD v2.7 release.

The following people have contributed to making this treebank part of UD: AmirHossein Mojiri Foroushani, Hamid Aghaei, Amir Ahmadi.

Repository: UD_Nayini-AHA
Search this treebank on-line: PML-TQ
Download all treebanks: UD 2.14

License: CC BY-SA 4.0

Genre: grammar-examples, spoken

Questions, comments? General annotation questions (either Nayini-specific or cross-linguistic) can be raised in the main UD issue tracker. You can report bugs in this treebank in the treebank-specific issue tracker on Github. If you want to collaborate, please contact [amojiry (æt) gmail • com]. Development of the treebank happens directly in the UD repository, so you may submit bug fixes as pull requests against the dev branch.

Annotation Source
Lemmas annotated manually
UPOS annotated manually, natively in UD style
XPOS annotated manually
Features annotated manually, natively in UD style
Relations annotated manually, natively in UD style


The AHA Nayini Treebank is a small treebank for contemporary Nayini. Its corpus is collected and annotated manually. We have prepared this treebank based on interviews with Nayini speakers.

Nayini treebank consist of 10 sentences of this stage. We are trying to make this corpus bigger day by day. AHA is a small group, tries to analyze Iranian language and find their similarities and differences.


Theses sentences were prepared with the help of Hoyod people. On behalf of the AHA group, Hoyod people is thanked. Also, Ms. Hanieh Mashayekhi sincerely helped us to translate the sentences. First, we used the sentences suggested by APLL (Academy of Persian Language and Literature) to collect Iranian languages. This project is a research project by AmirHossein, Hamid and Amir (AHA).

You can use this structure to refer to this project:

Statistics of UD Nayini AHA

POS Tags






Tokenization and Word Segmentation



Nominal Features

Degree and Polarity

Verbal Features

Pronouns, Determiners, Quantifiers

Other Features


Auxiliary Verbs and Copula

Core Arguments, Oblique Arguments and Adjuncts

Here we consider only relations between verbs (parent) and nouns or pronouns (child).

Relations Overview