Information from: “The Xo'ini Dialect” (85-102) . Ehsan Yarshater (2002)
60 percent certain, based on the evidence available
"The dominant language of the village [of Xo'in]... is Azari-Turkish, but a number of older people still managed to speak the Xo'ini dialect, when I visited the village in early October of 1960... The village had been declining for a number of years and had no more than some 170 families or eight to nine hundred souls."
DATE OF INFO
MORE ON VITALITY
"The dominant language in Xo'in is now Turkish and the original dialect is disappearing."
LANGUAGE CONTEXT COMMENTS
Data is from the early 1960s; no more recent information available.
Information from: “Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16th Edition (2009)” . M. Paul Lewis · SIL International
No estimate available
Information from: “Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger” . Christopher Moseley (ed.) (2010) UNESCO Publishing