(also Abkhazian /abˈkaZHən, -zēən, äbˈkä-/)
- Relating to Abkhazia, its people, or their language.More example sentences
- It is true that the military channelled logistical support to Abkhaz separatists during the war.
- The apparent end of the Abkhaz election crisis should pave the way for resuming talks with Georgia on settling the territorial conflict.
- The Abkhaz coast appears, fringed with palms, oleanders and groves of eucalyptus trees planted long ago by the Russians to dry out the malarial marshes.
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- 1A member of a Caucasian people living in Abkhazia.More example sentences
- No one has been able to offer anything attractive enough to woo the South Ossetians and Abkhaz into a unified country.
- However, among the Abkhaz and Ossetians, tension and radical nationalism after the disintegration of the Soviet Union led to civil wars.
- They were represented on the flag by green and white stripes: four greens for the Muslims (Circassians, Balkars, Chechens, Daghestan) and three whites for the Christians (the Abkhaz, Kabards, Ossetians).
- 2A Northwest Caucasian language.More example sentences
- Most Abkhazians are ethnic Abkhazes and their first language is Abkhaz, though they speak Russian as well.
- The Abkhaz texts were translated by George Hewitt from their original language.
More definitions of AbkhazDefinition of Abkhaz in:
- The British & World English dictionary