- From the (Tosk) Albanian word gegë. (Wiktionary)
“Another branch of the Indo-European language family is Albanian, with two main dialects: Gheg, spoken in and beyond the capital city, Tirana, in northern Albania; and Tosk, the dominant language south of the Shkumbin River, which divides the country pretty neatly in half.”
“Croatia-Slavonia, some of the Gheg tribes in Albania, about 21\% of the”
“WE left early next morning for Seltze-Kilmeni, piloted by the old man, and followed a stony track to Rapsha, whose people derive from Laj Gheg, son of Gheg Laz.”
“Then came a descent over the other side, into a wooded, cultivated hollow, where stood Hoti's second church, that of the men of Treboina, who trace their descent from Pyetar Gheg, fourth son of Gheg Laz.”
“Nor could the old man see that, after thirteen generations of intermarriage, the stocks of Gheg Laz and the Anas must be very considerably related.”
“Shaban Benaku, the celebrated chief of Krasnich, is straight from Krasni, brother of Gheg Laz, my forefather.”
“Thirteen generations ago, one Gheg Lazar came to this land with his four sons, and it is from these that we of Hoti descend.”
“The old man said modestly that if I were really interested in his family, he would like to give me his family tree, and did so, – from Gheg Laz, through his second son, Djun Gheg, down to his own great-grandson, a strapping child, the apple of his great-grandsire's eye.”
“When Gheg Laz and his sons came here, there were already people here.”
“But the idea of marrying within the stock Gheg Laz seemed to him so impossible, he would not admit that even in the remote future it could ever take place.”
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