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Laz is a language spoken by an ethnographic group of Georgian people of the same name on the Southeast shore of the Black Sea. It is estimated that there are between 500,000 and 1 million native speakers of Laz in Turkey and about 30,000 in Sarpi, Georgia.
Laz is one of the four South Caucasian languages, closely related to Megrelian and Georgian. Laz and Megrelian communities have been separated by politics and religion around 500 years ago, and are no longer mutually intelligible. The split between them and Georgian happened possibly in the first millennium BC or earlier.
Laz has four major dialects: Hopan, spoken in Hopa; Vitse-Arkabian, spoken in Arhavi and Fındıklı; Atinan, spoken in Pazar; Ardeshenian, spoken in Ardeşen. The last two are often treated as a single Atinan dialect. Speakers of different Laz dialects have trouble understanding each other, and often prefer to comminucate in the official language.
Laz has no official status in either Turkey or Georgia, and no written standard. It is presently used only for familiar and casual interaction; for literary, business, and other purposes, Laz speakers use their country's official language (Turkish or Georgian). Occasional publications in Laz are written using the corresponding alphabets. Laz speakers seem to be decreasing in number, and the language is in danger of extinction.
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