kabardian


kabardian
ka·bar·di·an

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Kabardian — can refer to:* the Kabardian people of the Caucasus; * their Northwest Caucasian language, Kabardian; * a breed of horses originating from the same region …   Wikipedia

  • Kabardian — n. member of a Russian people who inhabit a region to the north of the Caucasus Mountains in southern European Russia n. language of the Kabardian people …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Kabardian — /keuh bahr dee euhn/, n. a Circassian language of the Kabardino Balkar Autonomous Republic. * * * …   Universalium

  • Kabardian — noun A North Caucasian language spoken in Kabardino Balkaria and Karachay Cherkessia, Russia, also known as East Circassian. Syn: East, Circassian See Also: Kabardino Balkaria …   Wiktionary

  • Kabardian — ISO 639 3 Code : kbd ISO 639 2/B Code : kbd ISO 639 2/T Code : kbd ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Kabardian — [kə bα:dɪən] noun 1》 a member of an indigenous people of the NW Caucasus. 2》 the North Caucasian language of the Kabardians. Origin from Russ. Kabarda, a district in SW Russia …   English new terms dictionary

  • kabardian — noun see kabardin 2 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kabardian language — Kabardian адыгэбзэ adəgăbză Spoken in Russia, Turkey, Jordan, Iraq,[1] Syria, Germany, USA Reg …   Wikipedia

  • Kabardian language — also called  East Circassian , or  Upper Circassian        language spoken in Kabardino Balkaria republic, in southwestern Russia, in the northern Caucasus. It is related to the Abkhaz, Abaza, Adyghian, and Ubykh languages, which constitute the… …   Universalium

  • Northwest Caucasian languages — For the language macrofamily proposal of the same name, see Pontic languages. Northwest Caucasian Abkhazo Adyghean, Pontic Geographic distribution: Caucasus Linguistic classification: North Caucasian? Sub …   Wikipedia


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