Abkhaz bhasa

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Abkhaz
Аҧсуа бызшәа; аҧсшәа
Spoken in Turkey, Russia, Georgia, Jordan, March 2011, Syria, March 2011, Iraq, March 2011, Iran, March 2011 and Ukraine
Abkhazia ( Russia, Nicaragua, Nauru aur Venezuela iske ajaad des maane hae)
Region Caucasus
Native speakers 125 000  (date missing)
Language family
Dialects
Abzhywa
Sadz
Writing system Cyrillic alphabet (Abkhaz variant)
Official status
Official language in  Abkhazia
 Georgia (on the territory of the Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia)
Regulated by No official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1 ab
ISO 639-2 abk
ISO 639-3 abk

Abkhaz bhasa (Abxazo) ek bhasa hae, jiske jaada kar ke Northwest Caucasia me Abkhaz log baat kare hae. Ii Abkhazia ke official bhasa hae.[1] where around 100,000 people speak it.[2] Iske uu Abkhazi log bhi baat kare jon kki Turkey, Georgia's autonomous republic of Adjara, Syria, Jordan, aur kuchh Western des. Russia me 9447 log ii bhasa me baat kare hae.[3]

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Bibliography[badlo | edit source]

  • Chirikba, V. A. (1996) 'A Dictionary of Common Abkhaz'. Leiden.
  • Chirikba, V. A. (2003) 'Abkhaz'. – Languages of the World/Materials 119. Muenchen: Lincom Europa.
  • Hewitt, B. George (2010) 'Abkhaz: A Comprehensive Self Tutor' Muenchen, Lincom Europa ISBN 978-3-89586-670-8
  • Hewitt, B. George (1979) 'Abkhaz: A descriptive Grammar'. Amsterdam: North Holland.
  • Hewitt, B. George (1989) Abkhaz. In John Greppin (ed.), The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus Vol. 2. Caravan Books, New York. 39-88.
  • Vaux, Bert and Zihni Psiypa (1997) The Cwyzhy Dialect of Abkhaz. Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics 6, Susumu Kuno, Bert Vaux, and Steve Peter, eds. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Linguistics Department.

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