a Caucasian language of , best known for its rich consonantism.
. noun Also called Abkhazi, Abkhazian, (pl) -khaz. a member of a Georgian people living east of the Black Sea the language of this people, belonging to the North-West Caucasian family
1 . Historical Examples In the latest stage of the dialect (see below) the change of final -s to -r, as in abl. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 3 Various abbreviation ablative abl (ā’bəl) n. An oncogene found in the Abelson strain of mouse leukemia virus and involved in the Philadelphia chromosome translocation […]
- Abl. absol.
abl. absol. ablative absolute