Chechen

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Etymology[edit]

From Russian чечен- (čečen-), the root in чече́нец (čečénec, a Chechen man) or чече́нский (čečénskij, Chechen (adjective)).

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Chechen (plural Chechens)

  1. A member of a Nakh people of the northern Caucasus, now mostly Sunni Muslim and resident in the Russian republic of Chechnya.
  2. (inexact) Synonym of Chechnyan: a resident of Chechnya.

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Chechen

  1. The language of the Chechens, a member of the Nakh family.

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Chechen (not comparable)

  1. Of or relating to the Chechen people.
  2. Of or relating to the Chechen language.
  3. (inexact) Synonym of Chechnyan: of or relating to Chechnya, a Russian .

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Chechen

  1. Rōmaji transcription of チェチェン