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Rutul is a language spoken by the Rutuls, an ethnic group living in Dagestan, Russia and some parts of Azerbaijan. It is spoken by 89,000 people in Dagestan and the remaining 4,500 in Azerbaijan.
Rutul belongs to the Lezgic group of the Northeast Caucasian language family. The Rutuls call their language myhʼabishdy chʼel. The word Rutul derives from the name of a Dagestani village where speakers of this language make up the majority.
The term Rutul was first used in the 4th BC century to designate Lezgic-speaking people in what is now southern Dagestan and Azerbaijan's Shaki Rayon. It has been in official use since after 1917. Rutul was not a written language until the writing system for it (based on the Cyrillic alphabet) was developed in 1990. Speakers are often bilingual or multilingual, having a good command of the Azeri, Lezgian and/or Russian languages. There are 8 dialects and 2 subdialects of Rutul. The literary version of the language remains in the process of development. In the Rutul-populated regions of southern Russia, Rutul is taught in primary schools (grades 1 to 4).
Among the languages of the Lezgic group, Tsakhur appears to be the closest relative of Rutul. Other than these two, there are seven more languages in the Lezgic group, namely: Lezgian, Tabasaran, Aghul, Budukh, Kryts, Udi and Archi.
Rutul is endangered in Russia and classified as "definitely endangered" by UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger.
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