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11 [eleven]

Months

 


11 [пшIыкIузы]

Мазэхэр

 

 
January
щылэ маз
shhylje maz
February
мэзай
mjezaj
March
гъэтхапэ
gjethapje
 
 
 
 
April
мэлылъфэгъу
mjelylfjegu
May
жъоныгъуакI
zhonyguakI
June
мэкъуогъу
mjekuogu
 
 
 
 
These are six months.
Ахэр мэзих мэхъу.
Ahjer mjezih mjehu.
January, February, March,
щылэ маз, мэзай, гъэтхапэ,
shhylje maz, mjezaj, gjethapje,
April, May and June.
мэлылъфэгъу, жъоныгъуакI ыкIи мэкъуогъу.
mjelylfjegu, zhonyguakI ykIi mjekuogu.
 
 
 
 
July
бэдзэогъу
bjedzjeogu
August
шышъхьэIу
shyshh'jeIu
September
Iоныгъу
Ionygu
 
 
 
 
October
чъэпыогъу
chjepyogu
November
шэкIогъу
shjekIogu
December
тыгъэгъаз
tygjegaz
 
 
 
 
These are also six months.
Мыхэри мэзих мэхъу.
Myhjeri mjezih mjehu.
July, August, September,
бэдзэогъу, шышъхьэIу, Iоныгъу,
bjedzjeogu, shyshh'jeIu, Ionygu,
October, November and December.
чъэпыогъу, шэкIогъу ыкIи тыгъэгъаз.
chjepyogu, shjekIogu ykIi tygjegaz.
 
 
 
 
 

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