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Noun1.Ubykh - an extinct Caucasian language spoken exclusively in TurkeyUbykh - an extinct Caucasian language spoken exclusively in Turkey
Caucasian language, Caucasian - a number of languages spoken in the Caucasus that are unrelated to languages spoken elsewhere
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A language called Ubykh was lost with the death of its last registered speaker in 1992.
Currently in the process of preparing for a new release, "MinE[micro]r," in autumn, the prolific Kaya told Today's Zaman that during her research for the album she read Abkhaz author and philosopher Bagrat Shinkuba's "The Last Departed" and was inspired to dedicate the last track on the album to the memory of the now extinct Ubykh people.
To call the emigrants simply Circassians is misleading, as in the final years of the war in the region only three groups received the collective right to emigrate: the Ubykh, the Shapsug, and the Abadzekh.