Albanian meaning

ăl-bā'nē-ən, -bān'yən, ôl-
Of or relating to Albania or its people, language, or culture.
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The Indo-European language of the Albanians, forming an independent branch of the Indo-European language family and having two major dialects, Gheg and Tosk.
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Of Albania or its people, language, or culture.
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A person born or living in Albania.
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The language spoken in Albania, constituting a branch of the Indo-European family of languages.
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Of, from, or pertaining to Albania, the Albanian people or the Albanian language.
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A person from Albania or of Albanian descent.
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The languages spoken by the Albanian people, primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo. (ISO language codes: alb/sqi/sq (Tosk), aln (Gheg), aat (Arvanitika), aae (Arbëresh))
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Of, from, or pertaining to Caucasian Albania, to its people or language.
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An inhabitant of Caucasian Albania. Udi people are descended from them.
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The extinct Northeast Caucasian language once spoken by these people. Udi language is descended from it.
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(central New York) Of or from the city of Albany, New York State.
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(central New York) Someone from the city of Albany, New York State.
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Origin of albanian

  • From Middle French Albanien, from Old French albaneis, from Albanie (“Albania”), from Medieval Latin Albania, from Vulgar Latin *albanus (“Albanian”), from Ancient Greek Ἀλβανοί (Albanoí, “a southern Illyrian tribe”) (compare Old Albanian arbër, arbën 'Albanian')
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  • From (Caucasian) Albania +‎ -ian
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  • Albany +‎ -ian
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