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 Translation for 'Circassian' from English to Russian
этн.
черкес {м}
Circassian
этн.
черкешенка {ж}
Circassian [female]
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Translation for 'Circassian' from English to Russian

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Circassian
черкес {м}этн.
Circassian [female]
черкешенка {ж}этн.
Usage Examples English
  • Russians raped Circassian girls during the 1877 Russo-Turkish war from the Circassian refugees who were settled in the Ottoman Balkans.
  • Slave traders of white circassian slaves enjoyed more business clout due to the inflated value of whiteness that existed during the Ottoman Empire.
  • Circassian nationalists protested the 2014 Sochi Olympiad due to the fact that Sochi used to be a Circassian city before the Circassian genocide.
  • was a Circassian politician and military commander who served as the 1st leader of the Circassian Confederation from 1807 to 1827.
  • were a Circassian warrior clan who were mostly destroyed in the Circassian genocide and the Russo-Circassian War.

  • were one of the Circassian tribes. The tribe was mostly annihilated in the Circassian genocide following the Russo-Circassian War.
  • The Chebsin or Tsopsin (...) were a Circassian tribe. They were destroyed in the Circassian genocide following the Russo-Circassian War.
  • were a Circassian tribe that lived on the Taman Peninsula until it was occupied by Russian troops during the Russo-Circassian War, following which, the tribe was annihilated in the Circassian genocide.
  • In 2003, the Russian Federation controversially erected his statue on former Circassian territories where the Circassian genocide occurred, infuriating Circassians and Circassian nationalist establishments worldwide.
  • Circassian deportees who settled in the village has Circassian surnames listed below.

  • Mataz (Circassian: мэтазэ), often called psyhaluje (Circassian: псыхьалыжъо) or haluš, are filled dumplings in Circassian cuisine.
  • The village mainly observes Circassian customs. There are also Balkan Turks in the village, who also speak Circassian and participate in Circassian weddings.
  • Natkho was born the Circassian village of Kfar Kama in northern Israel, to a Circassian-Muslim family.
  • Circassian nationalism raise awareness about the Circassian genocide, return to Circassia and establish a completely autonomous or independent Circassian state in its pre-Russian invasion borders.
  • Each car was clad in circassian walnut with a gold inlay pattern.

  • This variant of the M77, often known as the Safari Magnum, features a circassian walnut stock, express sights and a long magnum action designed for classic safari cartridges such as the .375 H&H, .416 Rigby, and the .458 Lott.
  • Sultan Khan-Giray (full name: Kırım-Giray Mehmet Gireyev Khan-Giray; 1808–1842) was a Circassian politician and representative of the Circassian aristocracy, ethnographer, folklorist, art critic, author (of works that have contributed significantly to Circassian culture and Circassian literature).
  • There was a close co-operation with the Circassian writer Luba Belaghi (Balagova; publications in Circassian and Russian) in the framework of the publications of the International Centre for Circassian Studies.
  • Psheqo Akhedjaqo ([...]; [...]; 1777 - 1838) was a Circassian politician, military commander and nobleman who took part in the Russo-Circassian War.
  • The Circassian Parliament or the Circassian Majlis ([...]; also called the Parliament of Independence; [...]) was the legislature of Circassia officialized in 1861 after a meeting in Sochi attended by leaders of several Circassian provinces.

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