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Kryts Periodic Table of the Elements - Periodická tabulka v kryzštině

 
                 
          S
   
              Fe
    Cu
             
                    __Ag__
    Sn
       
                    Au
    Pb
       
   

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Kryts Periodic Table of the Elements - Periodická tabulka v kryzštině

 
                 
          S
гугурт
   
              Fe
илаьнг
    Cu
мис
             
                    __Ag__
кумыш
    Sn
къаьлаьй
       
                    Au
къызыл
    Pb
къуркъушум
       
   

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Kryts Periodic Table of the Elements - Periodická tabulka v kryzštině

 
                 
               
              Fe_dämər
iläng
    Cu
mis
             
                    __Ag__
ğwamiš
             
                    Au
gəzəl
    Pb
q'urq'ušun
       
   

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Крызский (джекский) язык (Кърыцӏаь мез) — язык крызов, проживающих в северо-восточной части Азербайджана. В 1990-е гг. общая численность носителей языка оценивалась в 6-8 тысяч. 


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East Caucasian languages - names chemical elementsClick for pages Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulze

Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulze wrote: Dear Michael, many thanks for your message. Unfortunately, I'm afraid that my data won't be of great help to you. All I can do is supplying you with the names of some metals. I never came across words for say oxygen in any of the East Caucasian languages I have worked with. Naturally, in some languages such terms may have been produced (e.g. in Chechen, but I do not have further data), but they would rarely be in use because the scientific  domain of chemists is usually referred to by either Russian or Azeri. Attached I send you the names for some metals in a selection of East Caucasian languages (nine languages out of 30).Best wishes, Wolfgang 

Sites: Chechen language, Awar language, Tsez language, Lak language, Lezgi language, Udi language, Kryts language, Budukh language, Khinalug language

Click for Au/Ag/Cu/Fe/Pb in Caucasus languages


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