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    In Circassian (Adyghe) (West Caucasian group of...

    In Circassian (Adyghe) (West Caucasian group of languages) the word "horse" is pronounced something like this:
    "shee" - horse

    Suppose that thanks to the “mountain isolation” in the Circassian...
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    This one of his pupils, who knows how to enjoy,...

    This one of his pupils, who knows how to enjoy, is satisfied with meat, chop meat to feed; you will put both of them at the table; do not tie me to the table; your meat will be first brought
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    Poll: Indo-European languages began with a...

    Indo-European languages began with a non-Indo-European language. Evidence is hidden in the rich polysynthesis of the northwestern Caucasian languages. Such scientists as N.S.Trubetskoy, S.A....
  4. G2a terribly not suited for war? For me, a...

    G2a terribly not suited for war? For me, a controversial statement. This haplogroup includes, for example, the Circassians (Adygs), who from 1763 to 1864 continuously led with the superior Russian...
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    And if he raises the ball with his foot in the...

    And if he raises the ball with his foot in the air and:
    - hits him with a hand, is he an Argentine spy?
    - Is he a Japanese spy chopping him with a katana?
    - Does he hit an American spy with a...
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    Speak: Russian, Circassian (Adyghe) Understand:...

    Speak: Russian, Circassian (Adyghe)
    Understand: Russian, Circassian (Adyghe), English and Germany.

    The area of ​​interest: is polysyntheism of Russian, English, German, Italian, Spanish, French,...
  7. With the help of polysynthesis of the Circassian...

    With the help of polysynthesis of the Circassian (Adyghe) language. The word sakes can be decomposed as follows: "se" - knife, cutting weapon, "kes" - cut. Another translation of “se” is a knife,...
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