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A·zer·bai·ja·ni

 (ăz′ər-bī-jä′nē, äz′ər-)
adj.
Of or relating to Azerbaijan or its people, language, or culture.
n. pl. A·zer·bai·ja·nis
1.
a. A native or inhabitant of Azerbaijan.
b. A person of Azerbaijani ancestry.
2. The Turkic language of Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijani

(ˌæzəbaɪˈdʒɑːnɪ)
npl -ni or -nis
1. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Azerbaijan. Sometimes shortened to: Azeri
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic family

Az•er•bai•ja•ni

(ˌæz ər baɪˈdʒɑ ni, ˌɑ zər-)

also Az`er•bai•ja′ni•an,



n., pl. -ja•nis also -ja•ni•ans,
adj. n.
1. a member of a Turkic people living mainly in Azerbaijan and NW Iran.
2. the Turkic language of the Azerbaijanis.
adj.
3. of or pertaining to Azerbaijan, its people, or their language.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Azerbaijani - a native or inhabitant of AzerbaijanAzerbaijani - a native or inhabitant of Azerbaijan
Turki - any member of the peoples speaking a Turkic language
2.Azerbaijani - the Turkic language spoken by the Azerbaijani
Turkic, Turkic language, Turko-Tatar, Turki - a subfamily of Altaic languages
Adj.1.Azerbaijani - of or pertaining to Azerbaijan or the people or culture of AzerbaijanAzerbaijani - of or pertaining to Azerbaijan or the people or culture of Azerbaijan
Translations
Ázerbájdžánecázerbájdžánský
aserbajdsjaneraserbajdsjansk
azerbaidzanilainenazerbaidžanilainenazeri
Azerbejdžanacazerbejdžanskiazerbejdžanski jezik
アゼルバイジャンのアゼルバイジャン人
아제르바이잔 사람아제르바이잔의
azerbaidžaniečiaiazerbaidžaniečiųazerbaidžaniečių kalbaazerbaidžanietėazerbaidžanietės
azerbajdzjanskazerbajdzjanskaazeriskaazerazerbajdzjan
เกี่ยวกับอาเซอร์ไบจานชาวอาเซอร์ไบจาน
người Azerbaijanthuộc Azerbaijan

Azerbaijani

[ˌæzəbaɪˈdʒɑːnɪ]
A. ADJazerbaiyano
B. Nazerbaiyano/a m/f

Azerbaijani

[ˌæzərbaɪˈdʒɑːni] Azeri [əˈzɛəri]
adjazerbaïdjanais(e)
nAzerbaïdjanais(e) m/f

Azerbaijani

nAserbaidschaner(in) m(f)

Azerbaijani

[ˌæzəbaɪˈdʒɑːnɪ] Azeri [əˈzɛərɪ]
1. adjazerbaigiano/a
2. nazerbaigiano/a, azero/a; (language) → azerbaigiano

Azerbaijani

أذربيجانيّ Ázerbájdžánec, ázerbájdžánský aserbajdsjaner, aserbajdsjansk Aserbaidschaner, aserbaidschanisch αζερικός, Αζέρος azerbaiyaní, azerbaiyano azerbaidzanilainen Azerbaïdjanais Azerbejdžanac, azerbejdžanski azerbaigiano アゼルバイジャンの, アゼルバイジャン人 아제르바이잔 사람, 아제르바이잔의 Azerbeidzjaan, Azerbeidzjaans aserbajdsjaner, aserbajdsjansk Azerbejdżanin, azerbejdżański azerbaijano, nativo de Azerbaijão, relativo ao Azerbaijão, zerbaijanês азербайджанец, азербайджанский azerbajdzjaner, azerbajdzjansk เกี่ยวกับอาเซอร์ไบจาน, ชาวอาเซอร์ไบจาน Azerbaycan, Azeri người Azerbaijan, thuộc Azerbaijan 阿塞拜疆人, 阿塞拜疆的
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