Dargin languages


Dargin languages
Dargin
Geographic
distribution:
Southcentral Dagestan[1]
Linguistic classification: Northeast Caucasian
  • Dargin
Subdivisions:
Kajtak
Kubachi
Itsari

The Dargin languages consist of a dialect continuum of Northeast Caucasian languages spoken in southcentral Dagestan. Kajtak, Kubachi, Itsari, and Chirag are often considered dialects of the same Dargin/Dargwa language. The Ethnologue lists these under a common Dargin language, but also states that these may be separate languages from Dargwa proper.[2]

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