Kartvelian languages

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Kartvelian
ქართველური
Geographic
distribution:
Western Trans-Caucasus, Northeast Anatolia
Linguistic classification:One of the world's primary language families
Proto-language:Proto-Kartvelian
Subdivisions:
ISO 639-5:ccs
Kartvelian languages.svg

The Kartvelian languages are a language family. They are spoken in Georgia. The main language in the family is Georgian. There are two branches of Kartvelian languages: the Karto-Zan languages and the Svan language.[1] There are around 5.2 million speakers of Kartvelian languages.[2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Languages of Israel
  2. Dalby (2002), p. 38