Definitions

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  • noun a Circassian language spoken by the Abkhaz
  • noun a member of the Circassian people who live to the east of the Black Sea
  • adjective of or relating to Abkazia or its people or their language

Etymologies

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From Abkhazia +‎ -an.

Examples

  • Kartvelian and North Caucasian languages - such as Abkhazian - are quite separate and not mutually comprehensible.

    London Review of Books

  • It's got not one, but two love triangles: Thomas, a therapist, falls in love with a married attorney at the same time that Anna, one of his married patients, is smitten by a writer working on a novel called "Abkhazian Dominoes."

    Five books for Valentine's Day

  • Abkhazian soprano Hibla Gerzmava is in full and generous voice as the conniving Vitellia, and Canadian mezzo-soprano Allyson McHardy is an earnest Annio well-paired with Franco-Algerian soprano Amel Brahim-Djellous, who is just as enchanting and beautifully-sung a Servilia here as she was at the Aix Festival in July.

    Dark and Light Brilliance

  • It's got not one, but two love triangles: Thomas, a therapist, falls in love with a married attorney at the same time that Anna, one of his married patients, is smitten by a writer working on a novel called "Abkhazian Dominoes."

    Five books for Valentine's Day

  • Abkhazian leaders have also proposed a law allowing Russians to purchase houses in Abkhazia on the same terms as Abkhazian citizens.

    2010 February « The View From LL2

  • During the tour of Latin America, the Abkhazian delegation will visit Venezuela, Argentina, Ecuador, and Bolivia.

    2010 February « The View From LL2

  • And last week, Russia reached an agreement to put a Russian military base on Abkhazian soil.

    Foreign Affairs Roundup

  • He said that there were similarities between the situations of the Abkhazian and South Ossetian people, and the Palestinian people.

    August « 2008 « Niqnaq

  • And last week, Russia reached an agreement to put a Russian military base on Abkhazian soil.

    Christopher Herbert and Victoria Kataoka: Foreign Affairs Roundup

  • Currently, Abkhazian delegates are visiting foreign countries throughout South American, attempting to establish diplomatic ties with and, more importantly, receive recognition from nations there:

    2010 February « The View From LL2

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