Abkhaz-gí

Abkhaz-gíAbkhazia ê koan-hong gí-giân chi it.

Abkhaz
Abkhazian
Аԥсуа бызшәа; аԥсшәа
Apsua byzshwa; apsshwa
Abkhaz language.svg
Goân-chū kok-ka Abkhazia and Abkhaz diaspora
Bîn-cho̍k Abkhazians
Native speakers
190,110 (129,000 in Georgia) (2014–2015)[1]
Hong-giân

Cyrillic (Abkhaz alphabet)

Le̍k-sú-siōng: Arabic bûn-lī, Latin-jī, Gruzia-gí
Koaⁿ-hong tē-ūi
Koaⁿ-hong gí-giân
Republic of Abkhazia;[2] Autonomous Republic of Abkhazia, Gruzia
Gí-giân tāi-bé
ISO 639-1 ab Abkhazian
ISO 639-2 abk Abkhazian
ISO 639-3 abk Abkhazian
Glottolog abkh1244  Abkhaz
Map of Abkhaz language.svg

Chù-kái修改

  1. Abkhaz-gí at Ethnologue (23rd ed., 2020)
  2. Abkhazia is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Abkhazia and Georgia. The Republic of Abkhazia unilaterally declared independence on 23 July 1992, but Georgia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory and designates it as a territory occupied by Russia. Abkhazia has received formal recognition as an independent state from 7 out of 193 United Nations member states, 1 of which has subsequently withdrawn its recognition.

Chham-khó bûn-hiàn修改

  • Chirikba, V. A. (1996) A Dictionary of Common Abkhaz. Leiden.
  • Chirikba, V. A. (2003) "Abkhaz". Languages of the World/Materials 119. Muenchen: Lincom Europa.
  • Hewitt, B. George (2010) Abkhaz: A Comprehensive Self Tutor Muenchen, Lincom Europa ISBN 978-3-89586-670-8
  • Hewitt, B. George (1979) Abkhaz: A descriptive Grammar. Amsterdam: North Holland.
  • Hewitt, B. George (1989) Abkhaz. In John Greppin (ed.), The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus Vol. 2. Caravan Books, New York. 39–88.
  • Vaux, Bert and Zihni Psiypa (1997) "The Cwyzhy Dialect of Abkhaz". Harvard Working Papers in Linguistics 6, Susumu Kuno, Bert Vaux, and Steve Peter, eds. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Linguistics Department.

Gōa-pō͘liân-kiat修改

Wikipedia ū Abkhaz-gí ê pán-pún.