Georgian, 2nd edition of Elsevier Encyclopædia of Language & Linguistics

Georgian, 2nd edition of Elsevier Encyclopædia of Language & Linguistics, 2005.

Georgian is spoken in the Republic of Georgia, the Zakatala district of Azerbaijan, the historical Georgian regions of N.E. Turkey, by descendants of Georgians transplanted to Fereydan in Iran by Shah  Abbas (17th century), and by émigré-communities, established in such countries as France following sovietisation but  growing in Russia and beyond since the collapse of the USSR in 1991.

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