абазин

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Etymology[edit]

18th century, from абазы ‎(abazy, Abazins) + suffix -ин ‎(-in), denoting nationality. From Abaza абаза ‎(ābāzā, Abazins, Abkhaz).

Cognate with the Abkhaz endonym аҧсуа ‎(āpsuā), Adyghe абадзә ‎(ābāʒә, Abazins), Turkish abaza ‎(Abkhaz), also perhaps Ancient Greek Ἀψῑλαι ‎(Apsīlai, Apsilae) and Old East Slavic обезы ‎(obezy).

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Noun[edit]

абази́н ‎(abazínm anim ‎(genitive абази́на, nominative plural абази́ны, feminine абази́нка)

  1. Abaza, Abazin (member of the Abaza people living in northwest Caucasus)

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References[edit]

  • Anikin, A. Je. (2007), “абазин”, in Russkij etimologičeskij slovarʹ [Russian Etymological Dictionary] (in Russian), volume I, Moscow: Rukopisnyje pamjatniki Drevnej Rusi, pages 63–64

Ukrainian[edit]

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Noun[edit]

абази́н ‎(abazýnm anim ‎(genitive абази́на, nominative plural абази́ни, feminine абази́нка)

  1. Abaza, Abazin (member of the Abaza people living in northwest Caucasus)

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