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Query Subject:   Origin of the name 'Chechnia'
Author:   Maher Bahloul
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Linguistic LingField(s):  General Linguistics

Query:   Dear All,

I appreciate it if any one can shed some light on the origin(s) of the
word 'Chechnia / Chechen'. It seem to be foreign to all Chechens as
they call themselves 'Nohchi'. You may respond directly to me.

Maher Bahloul
LL Issue: 13.601
Date posted: 05-Mar-2002



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