Inguxetia - Ingushetia

G<alg<ajc<e


Sobiet Batasuna zeneko taula gehiago hemen, bereziki ikus Kaukasokoa (mapa ona hor).
Errusiera eta Inguxera transliteratuak ageri dira hemen (ikus Alphabet Street atala eta Inguxeraren transliterazio taula hau). Zeinu diakritiko bereziak honela ageri dira, ASR sistemarekin adieraziak:
c< [caron] h¸ [cedilla]
'` [ayn arabiarra, apostrofe itzulia]

Check other tables from the former Soviet Union specially that for the Caucasus (good map there). Russian and Ingush names appear transliterated from their ciryllic scripts (Check the Alphabet Street section and this Ingush transliteration page). The following signs are written in ASR system:
c< [caron] h¸ [cedilla]
'` [arabic ayn, inverted apostrophe]
 


Ingux

Errusiako errepublika autonomoa, Kaukaso iparraldean. Hiriburua: Nazran. Txetxen-Inguxen errepublika zatitu zenean sortu zen Inguxetia. 176.000 ingux inguru bizi dira bertan (1995), zenbait errusiar eta txetxeniarrekin. Inguxak musulman sunitak dira nagusiki. Inguxera Txetxeneratik oso hurbil dagoen hizkuntza da. Ipar Osetiako inguxen informazioa ere badugu behean.
 

Ingush

The Ingush are a Sunni Muslim people numbering approximately 176,000 (1995 estimate of Ingush residents of Ingushetia proper), living in the North Caucasus. Ingushetia was formed in 19921after the breakup of the Chechen-Ingush republic, due to the Chechen drift for independence. In fact, their language is very close to Chechen. We have a also Ingush names for North Ossetia below.
 

** Errusieraz / * Russian

* Ingux

** Ingus<etija [Ingushetia]

G<alg<ajc<e

** Ingus<skaja Respublika [official]

G<alg<aj Respublika

Ac<aluki

Ac<alqe

Al'tievo

Al'ti-Jurt

Ali-Jurt

'`Äli-Jurt

Ars<ty

Ärs<te

Assa [river]

Essa

Barsuki

Brok¸alxe

C<emul'ga

C<emalg<e

Dar'jal'skoe us<c<el'e [gorge]

Tijrka ç<oz<

Dattyh

Dättag<e

Dolakovo

Dolaqa-Jurt

Èkaz<evo

Ekkaz<aq¸ongij-Jurt

Gajrbek-Jurt

G<ajrbika-Jurt

Galas<ki

Galas<ke

Gamurzievo

Dos<alq¸i-Jurt

Gazi-Jurt

G<äze-Jurt

Inarki

Inarq¸e

Jandyrka

Jandare

Kantys<evo

T¸oj-Jurt

Karabulak

Karabulak

Ljaz<gi

Läz<g

Malgobek

Mag<albike

Muz<ic<i

Muz<ec<e

Nasyr-Kort

Näsar-Kerte

Nazran'

Näsara (?), Nazran'

Nesterovskaja

G<az<arij-Jurt

Niz<nie Ac<aluki

Debi-Jurt

Ol'geti

Olgat¸e

Plievo

Ph¸ileq¸ongij-Jurt

Psedah

Dolakoa

Sagops<i

Soag<apc<e

Slepcovskaja [formerly: Ordz<onikidzevskaja]

Sipso-G<ala (?)

Srednie Ac<aluki

Juq¸era-Ac<alqe, Bötamarzi-Jurt

Sunz<a [river]

S<olz<

Surhahi

Surxo-Xit¸e

Troickaja

Obarg-Jurt (?)

Voznesenskaja

Mah¸mad-xit¸e

 

Inguxak Ipar Osetian

1944an Inguxak Kaukasotik egotzi ondoren, haiek nagusi ziren eskualde bat (Prigorodni) Ipar Osetian integratu zen. Eskialde horretan gerra labur bat izan zen 1992an. Ondorioz, Osetiatik egotzi zituzten 50.000 inguru ingux.
 

Ingush in North Ossetia

Till 1944 a region in North Ossetia (Prigorodny) was also Ingush territory, but after the punishment and exile in Central Asia ordered for the Ingush by Stalin, it was integrated in Ossetia. There was a war there in 1992 between Ingush and Ossetians, and as a result they expelled from there around 50,000 Ingush.
 
 

* Errusieraz / * Russian

* Ingux

* Osetieraz

C<ernorec<enskij

Arc<iatyg<

C<ernorec<enskæj

Dac<noe

G<almiete

Dac<næj

Kambileevka [river]

G<älmi

Kambileevkæ

Niz<nee Kambileevskoe

G<alg<aj jurt

(Dællag) Kambileevskæj

Niz<nij Dongaron

Curojurt

Dællag Dongæron

Oktjabr'skoe

S<alxi

Oktjabr'skæj / Karca

Staryj Batakojurt

Bdajurt

Zærond Bætæqojyqæu


Laguntzaile / Informer: Peeter Päll
Eguneratua / Updated: 1998.08.20
Loturak / Links: http://ingush.berkeley.edu:7012/ingush_people.html
Transliterazioak: Ingush page by T.Tvegaard
 

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