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Abkhaz is a Northwest Caucasian language mostly spoken in the Caucasus. Abkhaz is the official language of Abkhazia, an autonomous republic of Georgia and is generally viewed as having three major dialects: Abzhuy, Bzyp (the Caucasian dialects) and Sadz (in Turkey).
Abkhaz is often claimed to be simply a divergent dialect of a larger language, Abkhaz-Abaza. It makes better linguistic sense, however, to separate Abkhaz and Abaza into two separate languages.
The first known fragments of Abkhazian language were written in the Arabic alphabet by the Turkish traveler Evliya Celebi in the 11th century. Abkhaz has only been a full literary language for about 100 years, and during the Stalinist Russian years Abkhaz was banned as a literary language.
Abkhaz has its own alphabet since 1862. The first alphabet was a 37 character Cyrillic alphabet invented by Baron Peter von Uslar. In 1909 a 55 letter Cyrillic alphabet was used. A 75-letter Latin script devised by a Georgian linguist Nikolai Marr lasted from 1926 to 1928, when another Latin script was used. The Georgian script was imposed in 1937, but after the death of Stalin, an Abkhaz desire to remain separate from Georgians led to the development of the current Cyrillic alphabet in 1954 by Dimitri Gulya,
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