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Lesghian

[lez-gee-uh n, les-] /ˈlɛz gi ən, ˈlɛs-/
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  • They could not be expected to feel much concern for the Lesghian Chief, or a Lesghian lady even more adorable.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • At this point, the Lesghian Prince became unable to proceed with his narrative.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • They are the only Lesghian tribe who possess a written language, for which they make use of the Arabic characters.

  • Stepan tried English, and that was very bad; then I tried Lesghian, but that was much worse.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • In the war-dance the Lesghian, more particularly, is imperious in look as well as animated in action.

    Life of Schamyl John Milton Mackie
  • I had indulged in this hope too; but the Lesghian's words were against it.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • Despite this, the Lesghian peoples, with the exception of the Udi and Kubatschi, are held to be ethnically identical.

  • The Lesghian stared at me, and stroked his beard, and shook his head angrily, as if he had found it empty.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • Moreover it was not at all unlikely that our Lesghian travellers might be there, waiting for the spring to tempt them home.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore
  • That seems a little rude, considering that you were to have taken me down so soon, to fall at the feet of the Lesghian Bandit.

    Dariel R. D. Blackmore

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