Udi

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See also: udi, UDI, udì, and úði

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Compare Uti, the name of one of the provinces of Greater Armenia.

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Udi

  1. A Lezgic language (Northeast Caucasian) spoken by the Udi people who live mostly in Azerbaijan and nearby regions. Probably descended from Caucasian Albanian.
  2. A person who belongs to this group; most probably the descendants of the ancient population of Caucasian Albania.

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