Ubykh meaning

(historical) A member of a group of people who spoke the Ubykh language, inhabiting an area in what is today Sochi in Russia.
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The extinct ergative and agglutinative language spoken by the Ubykh people, notable for its large number of distinct consonants and only two vowels.
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Origin of ubykh

  • From Adyghe Убых (Wbəx).

    From Wiktionary