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Tsez is a Northeast Caucasian language with about 7,000 speakers spoken by the Tsez, people of the mountainous Tsunta district of southern and western Dagestan, Russia. The name derives from the Tsez word for eagle.
Tsez is an oral language. Avar and Russian are used as literary languages locally, even in schools. However, attempts have been made to develop a stable orthography for the Tsez language as well as its relatives, mainly for the purpose of recording traditional folklore; thus, a Cyrillic script based on that of Avar is used. Knowledge of Avar is usually better among men than among women, and the younger people tend to be more fluent in Russian than in Tsez, which is probably due to the lack of education in and about the language. The lexicon shows many traces of influences from Avar, Georgian, Arabic and Russian, mainly through loanwords and, in the case of Russian, even syntactically and stylistically.
Tsez can be divided into the following dialects: Tsebari, Asakh, Mokok, Kidero, and Sagada. Bezhta, Hinukh, Hunzib and Khvarshi also used to be regarded as dialects of the Tsez language but are now commonly regarded as distinct languages of the same family.
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