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a. A native or inhabitant of Chechnya.
b. A member of the predominant, traditionally Muslim ethnic group of Chechnya.
2. The Northeast Caucasian language of the Chechens.
[Obsolete Russian, from Kabardian (Caucasian language of southwest Russia and Turkey) šešen.]
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n, pl -chens or -chen
(Peoples) a member of a people of Russia, speaking a Circassian language and chiefly inhabiting the Chechen Republic
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n., pl. -chens, (esp. collectively) -chen.
1. a member of a people of the central Caucasus Mountains and adjacent steppes to the north.
2. the Caucasian language of the Chechens.
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|Noun||1.||Chechen - a native or inhabitant of Chechnya|
Russian - a native or inhabitant of Russia
|2.||Chechen - a northern Caucasian language spoken by the Chechen|
|Adj.||1.||Chechen - of or relating to Chechnya or its people or culture|
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A. ADJ → checheno
B. N (Chechen or Chechens (pl)) → checheno/a m/f
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n pl <Chechens or Chechen> → Tschetschene m, → Tschetschenin f
adj → tschetschenisch; the Chechen Republic → die Tschetschenische Republik
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