Kiči Bijčiek — in Karaim language.
Karaim (Crimean dialect: къарай тили, Trakai dialect: karaj tili) is a Turkic language spoken by the Karaim people, who are a Jewish ethnic group originally from Eastern Europe and the Middle East. It is spoken by only a few dozen Crimean Karaites (Qrimqaraylar) in Crimea, Lithuania, Poland, and Galicia in Ukraine.
Karaim is a unique language with influences from both Turkic and Hebrew. It has a complex grammar, with agglutinative suffixes added to the end of words to indicate tense, aspect, and mood. The language also includes several loanwords from Hebrew and Russian, reflecting the historical and cultural influences on the Karaim people.