Abaza language resources – Language Links Database

The Abaza language (- Абаза Бызшва, Abaza Byzšwa; Adyghe: Абазэбзэ) is a language of the Caucasus mountains in the Russian Karachay–Cherkess Republic spoken by the Abazins. It consists of two dialects, the Ashkherewa dialect and the T’ap’anta dialect, which is the literary standard. 

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Native speakers: 50,000 (1995–2010)

Official language in: Karachay-Cherkessia (Russia)

Grammar, Pronunciation and Vocabulary



  • Eki.ee  - Abaza alphabet (pdf)
  • Omniglot  - Abaza alphabet and pronunciation(pdf)


Digitized Grammar Books




Abaza Reading Materials




Dictionaries




Abaza Listening and Video Resources



Podcasts / Audiobooks

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