Georgian / Kartuli
Georgian is a Kartvelian language spoken by approximately four million people in Georgia. Numerous Georgian dialects are spoken outside Georgia in the Eṣfahān region of Iran, northeastern Turkey and various parts of Azerbaijan.
Historically, the Georgian language has been written in three scripts: Asomtavruli, Khutsuri and Mkhedruli. Asomtavruli and Khutsuri fell out of common usage by the 19th century, and are now only used in religious documents. Mkhedruli, a unicameral script, was originally used for secular writing but quickly grew to become the dominant script for the language.
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Did You Know?
The Georgian language is comprised of 17 known dialects divided between an eastern and western group. Dialects differ from each other in key phonological, morphological, syntactic and lexical ways, but retain the core linguistic features of standard Georgian.
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