The Georgian language is spoken primarily in the Republic of Georgia by appr. five million people. It belongs to the Kartvelian, or South Caucasian, language family, together with Svan and Mingrelian that are also spoken in Georgia. It is written in its own alphabet, Mkhedruli, which was probably derived from the Greek alphabet.
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The Georgian language, history of Georgian, phrases and sounds, and Georgian alphabet.
The Georgian Language
An outline description of the Georgian language written for those with a basic knowledge of linguistic concepts and interested in learning more about the Kartvelian literary language.
Language, Literature, Fonts
Links to Georgian language resources.
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