Iryston -- Osetia -- Ossetia


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Osetia

Kaukaso iparraldeko nazioa da Osetia bi estaturen artean zatitua. Ipar Osetia errepublika autonomoa da Errusian, eta Hego Osetia eskualde autonomoa zen Georgian (orain estatus eztabaidatua). Guztira 572.000 lagun mintzo dira Osetieraz (hizkuntza indo-europarra, iraniarra). Kaukasoko gatazketan osetiarrak (nagusiki kristauak) Errusiaren aldeko bezala ageri dira, bai Geoergian duten istiluetan zein Ingux eta Txetxenen gerretan.

Ossetia

Ossetia is a nation in the Caucasus divided between two states. North Ossetia is an autonomus republic in Russia, and South Ossetia was an autonomous region in Georgia (now disputed status). They are mainly christians and speak an irainian indo-european language (572,000 speakers). In the conflicts of the Caucasus the Ossetians seem to side mainly with Moscow, both in the squirmishes of South Ossetia as in the Ingush and Chechen wars.
 


Ipar Osetia

Ipar Osetia (orain, ofizialki, Alania). Errusiako errepublika autonomoa. Azalera: 8.000 km2. Biztanleak: 634.000. Hiriburua: Vladikavkaz (lehen Ordjonikidze, 300.000 biz.). Etniak: osetiarrak (%50.5), errusiarrak (%33.9), inguxak (%8.1, 1992ko gerra baino lehen). Erlijioa: osetiarrak kristau ortodoxoak dira nagusiki. Ipar Osetiako Prigorodni eskualdean jatorriz inguxak bizi ziren 1992 arte, baina egotzi egin ziztuzten gerra labur baten ondoren. Orain nonbait Hego Osetiako errefuxiatu osetiarrak ezarri dituzte Prigorodnin.
 

North Ossetia

Autonomous republic in Russia, located on the north Caucasus and apparently renamed Alania. 8,000 sq km and 634,000 people. Capital: Vladikavkaz (Ordzhonikidze). Ethnic groups: Ossetians (50.5%), russians (33.9%), and before 1992 Ingush (8.1%). The brief war in the Prigorodny region (see a few placenames in Ingush) of North Ossetia in 1992 was fatal for the Ingush, and 50,000 had to scape to Ingushetia. Now Ossetian refugees from South Ossetia seem to have settled in that area.
 

* Errusieraz / * Russian

* Osetieraz

* Osetija

Iryston, Ir

* Severnaja Osetija [North Ossetia], Respublika Severnaja Osetija -Alanija [official]

Cægat Iryston, Cægat-Irystony Alanijy Respublikæ?

Adajhoh [mountain]

Adajyxox

Ajgomag [river]

Ajgomædz<y don

Alagir

Alagir

Alagirskoe us<c<el'e [gorge]

Uælladz<yry kom

Alanskoe

Alantyqæu

Ardon

Ærydon

Ardon [river]

Ærydony don

Arhon

Ærxon, Khardon

Arhonka [river]

Ærxony don

Beslan

Beslæn

C<ermen

C<ermen

C<ernojarskaja

Dzæræs<te, Erasthy

C<ikola

Cykola, C<ikola

Dargavs

Dærhævs

Dargavskoe us<c<el'e [gorge]

Dærhævsgom

Digora

Digoræ, Kiristonhæu

Digorskij kanal [canal]

Dygury khanau

Digorskij rajon [district]

Dygury rajon

Digorskoe us<c<el'e [gorge]

Dygurgom

Dz<imara [mountain]

Dz<imara, Dz<imarajy xox

Dzedo, pereval [pass]

Dzedo, Dzedojy æfcæg

Gizel'

Dz<yzæl

Gizel'don [river]

Dz<yzældon

Gobi, pereval [pass]

Hobi

Harisgin

Xærisdz<yn

Humalag

Xuymællæg

Irafskij rajon [district]

Æræfy rajon

Iron

Iron

Jandyrka [river]

Jandyrkæ

Juz<nyj Lamardon

(Xussar) Lamardon

Kambileevka [river]

Kambileevkæ

Kardz<in

Kærdzyn

Kazbek [mountain]

Qazybedz<y xox, Sæna, Sænajy xox

Kirovo

Kirovy qæu

Krasnogor

Bæræhuyn

Kurp [river]

Kuyryppy don

Kurtat

Kuyrttat

Lesken

Lesken

Mamison

Mamyson, Kalak

Mamisonskij, pereval [pass]

Mamysony æfcæg

Mozdok

Mæzdæg

Mozdokskij rajon [district]

Mæzdædz<y rajon

Nikolaevskaja

Germecykk, Germencikk, Qallæ

Niz<nee Kambileevskoe

(Dællag) Kambileevskæj

Niz<nij Karca

Dællag Karca

Niz<nij Koban

(Dællag) Qoban

Novaja Digora

Nog Dygur

Novoosetinskaja

Novo-Osetinskæj, Musqæu

Novyj Batakojurt

Nog Bætæqojyqæu

Novyj Uruh

Sec<er, Seker

Oktjabr'skoe

Oktjabr'skæj, Karca

Ol'ginskoe

Ol'ginskæ, Uætær

Ordz<onikidze -> Vladikavkaz

Dzæudz<yqæu

Pravoberez<nyj rajon [district]

Raxizfarsy rajon

Predgornoe

Mælhævæg

Prigorodnyj rajon [district]

Gorætgærony rajon

Redant

Redant, Fetxuyz, Fydxuyz

Sadon

Sadon

Sanibanskoe us<c<el'e [gorge]

Sanibagom

Srednij Uruh

Bydyry Dærhævs

Staryj Batakojurt

Zærond Bætæqojyqæu

Sunz<a

Sunz<æ

Troickoe

Trojckæj

Uaza [mountain]

Uazajy xox

Uruh [river]

Æræfy don

Verhnee Kambileevskoe

(Uællag) Kambileevskæj

Verhnij Sadon

Uællag Sadon

Vladikavkaz [formerly: Ordz<onikidze]

Dzæudz<yqæu

Zamankul

Zamanqul, Aryq, Berdy qæu


Hego Osetia

Hiriburua: Tskhinvali. Eskualde honen autonomia ezabatu zuen Georgiak independentzia lortu eta gero. Borrokak piztu zituen horrek, eta orain eskualdearen kontrola argitu gabe dago oraindik. Borrokak baino lehenago populazioa 99.000 lagunekoa zen. Osetiarrak %66 ziren eta georgiarrak %28. Osetiar askok ihes egin du Ipar Osetiara, eta han beste gatazka batean egotzi dituzten Inguxen eskualdean (Prigorodni) kokatu dira nonbait.

South Ossetia

Capital: Tskhinvali. Autonomy was abolished by Georgia after the independence. The control of the area is unsettled (Ossetian-Georgian fights). Before the fights, the population was 99,000 of which Ossetes were 66% and Georgians 28%. Many South Ossetian refugees have fled war and persecution in Georgia and are now resettling in the Prigorodny region in North Ossetia, an area inhabited by Ingush before another armed conflict in 1992.

* Errusieraz / Russian

* Osetieraz

* Georgieraz

*Juz<naja Osetija [South Ossetia]

Xussar Iryston

Samkhret' Oset'i

* Jugo-Osetinskaja Avtonomnaja Oblast' [formerly official]

Xussar Irystony Avtonomon Bæstæ

Samkhret' Oset'is Avtonomiuri Olk'i

* Gruzija [Georgia]

Guyrdzyston

Sak'art'velo

Chinvali

Cxinval?

Ts'khinvali

Dz<ava

Dzau

Java

Kazbek [mountain]

Qazybedz<y xox, Sæna, Sænajy xox

mta Mqinvartsveri, Qazbegi

Ksani [river]

C<ysanydon

K'sani

Kvirila [river]

Qærgænægdon

Qvirila

Liahvi [river]

Lewaxi, Styr Lewaxi

Liakhvi

Medz<uda [river]

Medzydon?

Mejuda

Znauri

Znawyryqæu?

Znauri

Laguntzaile / Informer: Peeter Päll
Eguneratua / Updated: 1997-12-01
 

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Ipar eta Hego Oseriaren kokapena Ipar Kaukasoan / Location of North and South Ossetia in the North Caucasus

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