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Azerbaijan Khiung-fò-koet ( Â-set-pai-kiong-ngîAzərbaycan Respublikası), Hon-ngî yîm-yi̍t: Â-set-pai-kiong (阿塞拜疆) ya-he Â-set-pai-yèn (亞塞拜然), he yit-ke vi-yî ngoi Kô-kâ-sok tûng-phu ke khiam Thai-liu̍k ke Chúng-thúng chṳ, Hièn-fap Khiung-fò chṳ ke koet-kâ, só chhú thi-khî he lièn-chiap tûng êu fò Sî-Â ke sṳ̍p-sṳ lu-khiéu [chu 1], tûng-lìm Lî-hói, nàm chiap Yî-lóng, sî piên fò Armenia, Thú-ngí-khì khi̍p Georgia vì lìn, pet kie Ngò-lò-sṳ̂. Azerbaijan ke yit-khoài fî thi Nakhchivan chhṳ-chhṳ Khiung-fò-koet, lâu Thú-ngí-khì tûng-pet-phu yû séu thon chiap-yòng. koet miàng lòi-chhṳ yî kú Pô-sṳ̂-ngî, yi vì “ fó ke koet-kâ ”[1].

Azerbaijan mìn-chú Khiung-fò-koet yî 1918-ngièn chang-sṳt siên-pu thu̍k-li̍p, sṳ̀n-vì thi-yit-ke yî mu̍k sṳ̂ lìm tsam chhie̍t thai-tô-sú ke sṳ siu̍k fa mìn-chú Khiung-fò-koet [2], ya-he thi-yit-ke yû kô khia̍k fò hi khia̍k yen fò hien-thoi Thai-ho̍k ke mu̍k sṳ̂ lìm koet-kâ [3]. Azerbaijan yî 1920-ngièn pìn ngi̍p Sû-lièn sṳ̀n-vì yit-ke sa-fi chú-ngi koet-kâ[4][5], Azerbaijan chhai Sû-lièn kié-thí chhièn ke 1991-ngièn 10-ngie̍t thu̍k-li̍p. 1991-ngièn 9-ngie̍t, Azerbaijan khí-yû châng-ngi ke yî Armenia ngìn vì-chú-thí ke na̍p kô ngì nok - khà là pâ het khî-vet chhùng sṳ̂n liáu kì-têu chhṳ ngien sióng-yeu thu̍k-li̍p kien-koet ke siên-ngièn, chit Nagorno-Karabakh Khiung-fò-koet[6]. Chhṳ 1991-ngièn ke Nagorno-Karabakh chan-châng pau-fat yî-lòi Nagorno-Karabakh Khiung-fò-koet chhòi chang-sṳt thu̍k-li̍p yun-chok, chṳ̂-chhièn chhai fap-lî sông pûn Koet-chi kóng-fàm ngin chok he Azerbaijan ke liâng-thú, chhṳ̍t-to chan sṳ kiet-suk, chhai Êu-chû ôn-chhiòn lâu ha̍p-chok chû-chṳt ke thûi-thûng hâ, chhiu khì thi-vi kîn-ko chûng thàm-phan yí-kîn kié-kiet, Nagorno-Karabakh Khiung-fò-koet chhai sṳ̍t-chi sông chhí-tet thu̍k-li̍p [7][8][9][10].

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  1. Tadeusz Swietochowski. Russia and Azerbaijan: A Borderland in Transition. Columbia University Press, 1995. ISBN 0-231-07068-3, ISBN 978-0-231-07068-3 and Reinhard Schulze. A Modern History of the Islamic World. I.B.Tauris, 2000. ISBN 1-86064-822-3, ISBN 978-1-86064-822-9.
  2. E. Cornell, Svante (2006). The Politicization of Islam in Azerbaijan. Silk Road Paper. pp. 124, 222, 229, 269–270. 
  3. Swietochowski, Tadeusz (1995). Russia and Azerbaijan: A Borderland in Transition. Kô-lùn-pí-â Thai-ho̍k chhut-pán sa. pp. 69, 133. ISBN 978-0-231-07068-3. 
  4. Pipes, Richard (1997). The Formation of the Soviet Union: Communism and Nationalism 1917–1923 (2nd pán.). Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. pp. 218–220, 229. ISBN 978-0-674-30951-7. 
  5. Zürcher, Christoph (2007). The Post-Soviet Wars: Rebellion, Ethnic Conflict, and Nationhood in the Caucasus ([Online-Ausg.]. Ed.). New York: New York University Press. P. 168. ISBN 9780814797099.