- n. A historically Armenian-populated geographic region in present-day southwestern Azerbaijan and eastern Armenia, extending from the highlands of the Lesser Caucasus down to the lowlands between the rivers Kura and Araks. It includes three regions: Highland Karabakh (the ancient Armenian province of Artsakh, and later the kingdom of Caucasian Albania; now present-day Nagorno-Karabakh), Lowland Karabakh (the southern Kura-steppes) and a part of Syunik.
- From Russian Карабах (Karabáx), composed of Turkic kara ("black") and Persian باغ (bâgh, "garden") (Wiktionary)
“Nagorno-Karabakh is a province in Azerbaijan, but Baku lost control over it in the 1993 war with Armenia.”
“Meanwhile, it's worth pointing out that nationalist Azeris see the Madrid Principles as unacceptable because of mention of the referendum in Karabakh.”
“It is unclear, however, that the pledge from Moscow would extend to Nagorno-Karabakh, which is located within Azerbaijan's borders.”
“Armenia and Azerbaijan remain in dispute over the territory of Nagorno-Karabakh, which is inside Azerbaijan but has been controlled - along with some surrounding areas - by local and Armenian forces since 1994.”
“Azerbaijan and Armenia are locked in conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh, which is encircled by Azerbaijan but controlled by ethnic Armenian forces.”
“In the dark Petya recognized his own horse, which he called "Karabakh" though it was of Ukranian breed, and went up to it.”
“Internal conflict in Turkic states such as Karabakh & Turk Cyprus must be solved 8.”
“According to APA, the commission reviewed the issue of registration of the political blocs "Karabakh" and "For the Human".”
“EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton similarly called the Karabakh elections illegitimate and said they "should not prejudice the peaceful”
“I am convinced that our corner could quickly turn into a Karabakh or Kosovo, he warns, if in a country such as ours, with a colourful mix of peoples and a leadership that glorifies violence and war, the”
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Capitalized words with only one of the vowels, with that vowel used at least three times. See also Monovocalics.
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