Greeks, residents in South end of Balkans, have been in lexical and cultural relationship with Turkish tribes as Huns, Pechenegs etc. for hundreds of years. Especially in Anatolia, nearly 1000 years, Greek and Turkish speakers live together. This situation continues in Cyprus and Western Thrace even today. The first country that left Ottoman Empire in Balkans in 1828 is Greece. Since the dictionary of Vizantios in 1835, Turkisms in Greek language has been a research subject and goes. We tried to collect and classify these studies. We have made some tables for articles, papers, and all kind of study works according to criterias such as countries, cities (where published), their languages and nationalities of the authors. We have listed a total of 160 studies, 38 of which are on borrowing factors and research sources of Turkisms in Greek, and 122 of directly or indirectly studies of Turkisms in Greek language. We tried to present these listed studies in a four steps frame and having 34 subtitles: Determination, classification, analysis, revival.
Greek language, Turkisms, Balkan languages, Turkism bibliography.