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Ossetic language

LC control no.sh 85095945
LC classificationPK6951 PK6959.5
Topical headingOssetic language
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Variant(s)Āsī language
Oseti language
Osi language
Ossete language
Ossetian language
Ūsatī language
See alsoGeorgia (Republic)--Languages
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Iranian languages
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Russia (Federation)--Languages
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Found inWikipedia, June 30, 2010: Ossetic language (Ossetian; also sometimes called Ossete; an East Iranian language spoken in Ossetia, a region on the slopes of the Caucasus Mountains; Ossetian belongs to the Northern subgroup of the Eastern-Iranian group of the Indo-European family of languages)
Omniglot website, June 30, 2010 (Ossetian or Ossetic; a member of the Northeastern Iranian branch of Indo-European languages; there are two main dialects of Ossetian, Iron and Digor; Iron is the most widely-spoken dialect and the basis for written Ossetian)
Ethnologue online, April 7, 2016: Ossetic (a language of Russian Federation and Georgia; alternate names: Osetin, Ossetian, Ossete; classification: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Iranian, Eastern, Northeastern)