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Tsezic languages Redirected from Didoic languages

Tsezic
Geographic
distribution
Southwest Dagestan
Linguistic classificationNortheast Caucasian
  • Tsezic
Glottologtsez1239
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 Tsezic

The Tsezic languages (also called Didoic languages) form one of the seven main branches of Northeast Caucasian language family. It branches into Tsez–Hinukh and Bezhta–Hunzib–Khwarshi, according to the latest research.[1] They were formerly classified geographically into East Tsezic (Hinukh, and Bezhta) and West Tsezic (Tsez, Khwarshi, and Hunzib).[citation needed] The Avar language serves as the literary language for speakers of Tsezic languages.

Internal branching

Schulze (2009)[1] gives the following family tree for the Tsezic languages:

Figures retrieved from Ethnologue.[2]

References

See also



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