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- n. Variant of Tajik.
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- adj. Alternative spelling of Tajik.
- n. Alternative spelling of Tajik. (language)
- n. Alternative spelling of Tajik. (someone from Tadzhikistan)
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- n. an ethnic group (mostly Moslem) living in Tajikistan and neighboring areas of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan and China
- n. the Iranian language of the Tajik that is closely related to Farsi; spoken in Iran and Tajikistan
- n. a landlocked mountainous republic in southeast central Asia to the north of Afghanistan; formerly an Asian soviet
- n. a native or inhabitant of Tajikistan and neighboring areas of Uzbekistan and Afghanistan and China
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Five Red Army officers in shiny boots and enormous greatcoats, one of them a general with his jowls overflowing his collar; three Tadzhik women in traditional costume; another man with a musical instrument and now a plump woman smiling over her bouquet of faded carnations while the man explained to her that they were all he could find.
Television broadcast stations: 4 (plus two repeater stations that relay Russian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Tadzhik programs) (1997)
Turkmen, Kirgiz, and Tadzhik republics (these republics have broken from the Soviet Union following the 1991 collapse of the government).
A month ago in my relatively sleepy bedroom community, a young Tadzhik citizen was stabbed thirty-six times.
Stalinabad, the capital of Tadzhik Republic, did regain its original Tadzhik name of Dushanbe, but here the change was back to the old name of a caravan stop and had nothing to do with tsarist Russia.
Well no, the peak's next appellation will probably be a Tadzhik name since the mountain is in Tadzhikistan.
14 February: On Ulitsa Pokrovka in Moscow's Center, five teenagers attacked two Tadzhik natives, killing one.
19 February: A 27-year-old Tadzhik citizen was found murdered with multiple stab wounds in Moscow's South.
15 February: A group of drunk teenagers set upon a 22-year-old Tadzhik citizen in Moscow's Southwest, beating him and stabbing him more than ten times.
19 February: In Severnoe Izmailovo, a Tadzhik citizen was stabbed multiple times but survived.