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  • noun Plural form of Balkar.

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Examples

  • The Caucasus range became a repository of tongues—the Arabs called it a “Language Mountain”—peopled by Persian-speaking Ossetians and Tats; Turkic-speaking Balkars, Karachays, and Kumyks; Circassian-speaking Adyghes, Kabardins, and Cherkess; and many others—such as the Avars and Ingush—whose languages had no relatives outside the Caucasus.

    The Return

  • The Caucasus range became a repository of tongues—the Arabs called it a “Language Mountain”—peopled by Persian-speaking Ossetians and Tats; Turkic-speaking Balkars, Karachays, and Kumyks; Circassian-speaking Adyghes, Kabardins, and Cherkess; and many others—such as the Avars and Ingush—whose languages had no relatives outside the Caucasus.

    The Return

  • The Caucasus range became a repository of tongues—the Arabs called it a “Language Mountain”—peopled by Persian-speaking Ossetians and Tats; Turkic-speaking Balkars, Karachays, and Kumyks; Circassian-speaking Adyghes, Kabardins, and Cherkess; and many others—such as the Avars and Ingush—whose languages had no relatives outside the Caucasus.

    The Return

  • The Caucasus range became a repository of tongues—the Arabs called it a “Language Mountain”—peopled by Persian-speaking Ossetians and Tats; Turkic-speaking Balkars, Karachays, and Kumyks; Circassian-speaking Adyghes, Kabardins, and Cherkess; and many others—such as the Avars and Ingush—whose languages had no relatives outside the Caucasus.

    The Return

  • Others are smaller and obscure, such as the Ingush, the Ossetes, the Avars, the Abkhaz, the Balkars, the Kalmyks, the Mingrelians, and the Meskhetian Turks.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • Others are smaller and obscure, such as the Ingush, the Ossetes, the Avars, the Abkhaz, the Balkars, the Kalmyks, the Mingrelians, and the Meskhetian Turks.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • Others are smaller and obscure, such as the Ingush, the Ossetes, the Avars, the Abkhaz, the Balkars, the Kalmyks, the Mingrelians, and the Meskhetian Turks.

    Where Europe Vanishes

  • A Jan. 9 decree provided for the rehabilitation of five minority groups: the Balkars, Chechens, Ingush, Kalmyks, and Karachais, who had been accused of disloyalty and exiled to Central Asia and Kazakhstan during World War II.

    1957, Feb. 11

  • Between 300-500 Balkars congregated in Nalchik yesterday to mark the anniversary of the deportation to Central Asia on Stalin's orders in 1944 of the entire Balkar nation -- some 38,000 people.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

  • That demand will inevitably exacerbate antagonism between the Kabardians and the minority Balkars.

    Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty

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