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Food and drink of agricultural origin in the Godoberian language 16

Sirajudinov R. M., PhD in Philosophy, associate Professor of the Department of Dagestanian languages, Dagestan state University, Makhachkala, Russia
Abstract
Godoberi (self-name gibdidi) is one of the ethnic groups of Dagestan, in terms of language and cultural development, which belong to the Andian subgroup of the Avaro-Ando-Tsezy subgroup of Nakh-Dagestan languages. Godoberians live compactly only in two villages in the north of Dagestan - in Zibirkhali and Godoberi. Godoberians speak a non-written language (gibdidi mizzi). Nevertheless, the speech of the inhabitants of the villages of Godoberi and Zibirhali differs, making up two dialects, each of which has a number of phonetic and lexical features. According to rough estimates, the total number of Godoberians is about 8 thousand people. The language is threatened with extinction, as it is a common language among a limited number of native speakers. The Avar language is studied in the school as the native language, the official language of the Godoberians is Russian.

Keywords: Godoberi language, agricultural plants, food products, plant world

Column: Psycho-,socio- and ethnolinguistics

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17759/langt.2019060308

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