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The Ubykh language died on 7 October 1992, when its last speaker, Tevfik Esenç, died in Turkey. Esenç was 88 years old. Ubykh was a North Caucasian language, that belonged to the Adygean branch. There is little hope of resurrecting the Ubykh language. As Esenç himself said before he died, the Turkish government is not interested and the younger generation is also not interested in learning the language. Even Esenç’s 3 sons cannot carry on a conversation in Ubykh. Most [...]
Ubykh is a language which was spoken by the Ubykh people, first on the eastern coast of the Black Sea, then in Turkey where the Ubykh had emigrated. Turkish and Circassian progressively became the preferred languages for everyday communication, and the last speaker of Ubykh, Tevfik Esenç, died on October 7, 1992. Ubykh is a Northwest Caucasian language, like Abkhaz and Abaza.
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This dictionary was made by Renato B. Figueiredo.
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Ubykh > English: 628 words
English > Ubykh: 590 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: November 5, 2008
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