ISO 639-3: (abk)
a member of the Circassian people who live to the east of the Black Sea
Abkhaz (abk) (sometimes spelled Abxaz; Аҧсуа бызшәа [apʰswa bɨzʃʷa]) is a Northwest Caucasian (Abkhazo-Adygean) language spoken by approximately 125 thousand people, mostly in Abkhazia with significant diaspora in Turkey. It is the national and official language of Abkhazia. It is well known for its extremely rich inventory of consonants and a very limited set of vowel phonemes. Among the other Northwest Caucasian languages it enjoys a relatively favorable sociolinguistic situation: in Abkhazia it is quite widely used in politics, business, administration and media.
Дарбанзаалак ауаҩы дшоуп ихы дақәиҭны. Ауаа зегь зинлеи патулеи еиҟароуп. Урҭ ирымоуп ахшыҩи аламыси, дара дарагь аешьеи аешьеи реиԥш еизыҟазароуп.
Darbanzaalak auaɥy dshoup ihy daqwithny. Auaa zegj zinlei patulei eiqaroup. Urth irymoup ahshyɥi alamysi, dara daragj aesjei aesjei reiphsh eizyqazaroup.
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Abkhaz text corpus - http://baltoslav.eu/apsua/index.php?mova=en