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Tsakhur is a language spoken by the Tsakhurs, an ethnic group, which populates northern Azerbaijan and southwestern Dagestan, Russia. It is spoken by about 13,000 people in Azerbaijan and by about 9,770 people in Dagestan. The word Tsakhur derives from the name of a Dagestani village where speakers of this language make up the majority. Tsakhur belongs to the Lezgic group of the Northeast Caucasian language family. The Tsakhurs call their language C'aiχna miz.
Tsakhur is spoken mostly in rural areas of Azerbaijan's Zagatala and Gakh rayons, as well as mountainous parts of Dagestan's Rutul region. There are 15,900 Tsakhurs in Azerbaijan and 10,400 in Russia. In 1989, 93% of them reported Tsakhur as their first language. In Azerbaijan and Russia, Tsakhur is taught as a subject in primary schools (grades 1 to 4) in Tsakhur-populated regions. Newspapers and radio broadcast in Tsakhur are also available. However the language does not have an official status.
The writing system of Tsakhur in Azerbaijan is based on Latin alphabet, while in Dagestan the language uses Cyrillic alphabet. In the past (as early as the 11th century) there have been attempts to write in Tsakhur using Arabic alphabet.
While Tsakhur is endangered in communities in closest contact with Azerbaijani, it is vigorous in other communities, gaining prominence in the region, seen in the growth of interest in learning Tsakhur in school and a growing body of Tsakhur-learning materials. Tsakhur is classified as "definitely endangered" by UNESCO's Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger.
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