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A woman has the power to force disputing families to reconcile. Men cannot continue disputing in the presence of women. Guests, even if they are your enemies, must be treated with sacred honor when they enter your home. You have to stand up every time someone enters the room in order to make room for them. These and other unwritten laws govern the day to day lives of the Adyghens who live in The Republic of Adyghe in the Russian federation. Adyghe Xabze is the code of honor [...]
Adyghe is the co-official language of the Republic of Adygea in the Russian Federation, along with Russian. It is a North West Caucasian language, written with the cyrillic alphabet since 1938 (Arabic and Latin alphabets were used before). There are about 130,000 speakers in Russia and a total of 300,000 speakers in the world (the largest community being in Turkey).
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This dictionary was made by Renato B. Figueiredo. Many thanks to Eduardo Corrales for sending us the last update.
List status: © Renato B. Figueiredo
Adyghe > English: 2,255 words
English > Adyghe: 2,116 words
Last update: March 20, 2018
First upload: December 14, 2008
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