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The Akhvakh language (also spelled Axvax, Akhwakh) is a Northeast Caucasian language from the Avar–Andic branch. Ethnologue lists 6500 speakers, but Magomedova and Abulaeva (2007) list 20,000 speakers of the language. Akhvakh has several dialects, though sources do not agree on the number. Ethnologue lists Kaxib, Northern Akhvakh and Southern Akhvakh (which can be further subdivided into the Tlyanub and Tsegob subdialects). Creissels (2010) lists Northern Akhvakh and three dialects of Southern Akhvakh (Cegob, Tljanub, and Ratlub). A few publications have been made in the Akhvakh language, but for the most part speakers of Akhvakh have adopted Avar as their literary language.
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Names (more)

[br] Ac'hvac'heg
[en] Akhvakh language
[fi] Ahvahin kieli
[fr] Akhvakh
[gl] Lingua akhvakh
[hr] Ahvahski jezik
[it] Lingua akhvakh
[ka] ახვახური ენა
[mk] Ахвашки јазик
[pl] Język achwaski
[pt] Língua akhvakh
[ru] Ахвахский язык
[uk] Ахвахська мова

Language type : Living

Language resources for Akhvakh

Open Languages Archives

Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:akhvakh [fr]

Omniglot encyclopedia [en]

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