Ingush

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In·gush

 (ĭn′go͞osh, ĭng′-)
n. pl. Ingush or In·gush·es
1. A native or inhabitant of Ingushetia.
2. The Northeast Caucasian language of the Ingush.
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Ingush

(ɪŋˈɡuːʃ)
n, pl -gushes or -gush
1. (Languages) a member of a people of S central Russia, speaking a Circassian language and chiefly inhabiting the Ingush Republic
2. (Peoples) a member of a people of S central Russia, speaking a Circassian language and chiefly inhabiting the Ingush Republic
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Translations
Inguschisch
ingouche
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