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  1. Karto-Zan languages - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Karto-Zan, also known as Georgian-Zan, languages are a branch of Kartvelian language family that contains Georgian and Zan languages. Svan language forms the other branch of the Kartvelian family, showing characteristic differences from Karto-Zan group.

  2. Karto-Zan languages - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    The Karto-Zan languages, also known as Georgian-Zan languages, are a branch of Kartvelian languages. They are spoken mainly in Georgia . There are two branches of the branch: Georgian and the Zan languages .

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  4. Zan languages - Wikipedia

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    (Redirected from Zan language) The Zan languages, or Zanuri (Georgian: ზანური ენები), are a branch of the Kartvelian languages constituted by the Mingrelian and Laz languages. The grouping is disputed as some Georgian linguists consider the two to form a dialect continuum of one Zan language.

  5. Proto-Georgian-Zan language - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Proto-Karto-Zan language) Proto-Georgian-Zan (also referred to as Proto-Karto-Zan) is a reconstructed language which is the common ancestor of Karto-Zan languages. It had already branched out of the Proto-Kartvelian language during the last centuries of the 3rd millennium BCE.

  6. Kartvelian languages - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    Svan. Karto-Zan. ISO 639-5: ccs. The Kartvelian languages are a language family. They are spoken in Georgia. The main language in the family is Georgian. There are two branches of Kartvelian languages: the Karto-Zan languages and the Svan language. There are around 5.2 million speakers of Kartvelian languages.

  7. 南高加索语系 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    卡特-讚語系(Karto-Zan languages)下又分為赞语系,及格鲁吉亚语: 赞语系 (Zan)下又分為拉兹语,及明格列尔语: 拉兹语(Laz) 明格列尔语; 格鲁吉亚语下分為多種方言: 古格鲁吉亚语 ; 格鲁吉亚语 ; 犹太-格鲁吉亚语(Gruzinic) 南高加索语系樹

  8. Kartvelian languages - Wikipedia

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    The Kartvelian languages ( / kɑːrtˈviːliːən /; Georgian: ქართველური ენები, romanized: kartveluri enebi; also known as Iberian and formerly South Caucasian) are a language family indigenous to the South Caucasus and spoken primarily in Georgia, with large groups of native speakers in Russia, Iran, the United States, Europe, Israel, and northeastern parts of Turkey.

  9. 高加索诸语言 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    卡特-讚語族(Karto-Zan languages) 赞语族 (Zan) 拉兹语(Laz,又作Lazuri) 明格列尔语 (Mingrelian; Margaluri) 格鲁吉亚语下分為多種方言: 古格鲁吉亚语 ; 格鲁吉亚语 伊美利田方言(Imeretian) 拉夏雷昆方言(Racha-Lechkhum) 古利昂方言(Gurian) 阿扎尔方言(Ajarian)

  10. Meqrel dili — Vikipediya

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    Karto-Zan languages [d] Zan dilləri Meqrel dili: Yazı: Gürcü yazıları: Dil kodları; QOST 7.75–97: мег 450: ISO 639-1 — ISO 639-2 — ISO 639-3: xmf: Dilin strukturlarının dünya atlası: mgl: Atlas of the World’s Languages in Danger: 1057: Ethnologue: xmf: IETF: xmf: Glottolog: ming1252 Vikianbarda əlaqəli mediafayllar

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