Sazadeo Qickek — in Dimli language.
Dimli — also called Zaza, Zazaki, or Kirmanjki — is an Indo-European language (so, not a Turkic language) spoken primarily in eastern Turkey by the Zazas. The language is a part of the northwestern group of the Iranian section of the Indo-European family, and belongs to the Zaza–Gorani and Caspian dialect group. Dimli shares many features, structures, and vocabulary with Gorani (Hawrami), Shabaki, Bajelani and Sarli. Dimli also has some similarities with Talyshi and other Caspian languages.
Prenso Qij — also in Dimli / Zazaki.