Language details

DIDO Links (3)   Materials (2)   Books (6)   
Alternative names: DIDOI, TSEZ, CEZ, TSEZY, TSUNTIN
Number of speakers: 7.000 (1994)
Language Code: DDO
In language groups: NORTH-EAST CAUCASIAN » AVARO-ANDI-DIDO » DIDO
Spoken in: Dagestan, Respublika/RUSSIAN FEDERATION [Details]
Description:

Dido is spoken by 7.000 people in the mountainous south of the Dagestan Republic in southern Russia.

Dido belongs to the Dido subbranch of the Northeast Caucasian language family.

One dialect is called Sagadin.

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Links
1   Bibliographical Guide of Dido
http://www.tooyoo.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/Russia/bibl/Tsez.html
2   The Didos
http://www.eki.ee/books/redbook/didos.shtml
3   Tsez Beginnings
http://ling.ucsd.edu/~polinsky/pubs/tsezbeg.doc

Materials
1  Dido Alphabet
2  Tsez Beginnings

Books
1   Abdullayev, A.: Словообразование в цезском языке: канд. дис (Word formation in Tsez- PhD thesis)
2   Alekseyev, M. E.: Экспериментальный букварь цезского языка (Experimental primary alphabet of Tsez)
3   Imnaishvili, D.: Дидойский язык в сравнении с гинухским и хваршинским языками (Dido language in comparison with Hinukh and Khwarshi languages)
4   Khalilov, M. Sh.: Tsez-Russian (Цезско-русский словарь)
5   Radjabov, R.: Глагольное словоизменение в цезском языке. Канд. дис (Verbal inflexion in Tsez: PhD Diss)
6   Radjabov, R.: Синтаксис цезского языка (Syntax of Tsez language)




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