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The Lak language is a Northeast Caucasian language forming its own branch within this family. It is the language of the Lak people from the Russian autonomous republic of Dagestan, where it is one of six standardized languages. It is spoken by about 157,000 people.
- also known as Laki, Kazikumukhtsy, Lak
Printed encyclopedias and other books with definitions for Lak language
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Ethnic and National Groups around the World by James B. Minahan
World Kumyk Organization LAK: Kazi Kumuk, Lakistan, Lak Language Group, Lak National Council, Lak National Movement (New Star/Tsu Barz), Lakral Sharhurdu, New Lak Popular Movement (Novolak), Tariqat, Tsudahar LEZGIN: Apami; ...
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Video about Lak language
(Siar-) Lak Language - Shark Story
Misilu describes how a boy who caught a fish, was attacked by a shark, and ended up saving his caught fish by catching the shark too. The first part is in Siar-Lak ...
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Go to the wordplay of Lak language for some fun with words!