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Georgian is the official language of the Republic of Georgia. It is spoken by about 3.5 million, or seventy percent of the total population. It is a Caucasian language.
Georgian is a member of the South Caucasian (or Kartvelian) language family. Some scholars posit a relationship with the other indigenous language families of the Caucasus; others have tried to link it to Basque or other languages, but none have met with any success. In any case, it is the most widely spoken of these languages, and the only one with a long-standing literary tradition.
The Georgians call themselves Kartvelebi (sing. Kartveli), their land Sakartvelo, and their language Kartuli. The language contains some formidable consonant clusters, as may be seen in words like gvprtskvni ("You peel us") and mtsvrtneli ("trainer"). Most Georgian surnames end in -dze ("son") or -shvili ("child"). Joseph Stalin's original Georgian name was Ioseb Jugashvili but it is commonly rendered in the Russian style as Iosif Vissarionovich Djugashvili.
The present alphabet, called Mkhedruli (მხედრული, "secular [or, military] writing"), which appeared in the 11th century, was used for non-religious purposes up until the 18th century, when it completely replaced Khutsuri. The modern alphabet has thirty-three letters (some of the original letters having become obsolete), without distinction between upper and lower case (though modern "capital" versions of the letters have been invented). Georgian linguists claim that it is a phonemic orthography.
In the Georgian language, the word mama means father, and deda means mother, a reversal of the nearly universal "m for maternal, d for paternal" pattern for "baby-speak".
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