American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A member of a traditionally Shiite Muslim people of Azerbaijan and adjacent areas of Armenia and northern Iran; an Azerbaijani.
- n. The Azerbaijani language.
- n. A person from Azerbaijan or of Azerbaijani descent.
- n. The Southern Turkic language of Azerbaijan.
- n. an ethnic group living in Azerbaijan
“In fact, after spending some time with my family today I thought to myself, “Did I really just converse all this time with them in Azeri?””
“When I greeted the group I spoke four whole paragraphs in Azeri!”
“However, last week I had a tutoring session with my LCF (Language and Cultural Facilitator) and we spoke (in Azeri) about the books we were reading.”
“Iran is in talks with Azerbaijan to finalize the long-term Azeri gas importation deal within the next three months, the managing director of National Iranian Gas Export Company (NIGEC) said on Wednesday, Tehran Times reported.”
“The recent detention of two cyber-activists and youth leaders in Azerbaijan this past week has caused consternation among bloggers and activists inside and outside Azerbaijan, and now a video campaign has been set off to call the Azeri government into action to release both youth movement leaders: Adnan Hajizada and Emin Milli.”
“In other related news, Obama has called Azeri President Ilham Aliyev and stressed the need for ...”
“International mediators reported "important progress" at talks on Sunday between Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, but said difficulties were also identified as the Azeri leader threatened renewed war, reported Reuters.”
“MUNICH | Mediators reported important progress at talks Sunday between Azerbaijan and Armenia on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, but said difficulties were also identified as the Azeri leader threatened renewed war.”
“My Azeri is a bit rusty, but I'm assured that the slogan reads, "The People's Candidate.”
Looking for tweets for Azeri.