Translation of Caucasian in Spanish:


caucasiano, adj.

Pronunciation /kɔˈkeɪʒən/ /kɔːˈkeɪʒən/ /kɔːˈkeɪzɪən/

See Spanish definition of caucasiano


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    Geography Linguistics
    • Georgian is part of the South Caucasian family of languages: Zan (Mengrelo-Chan), Svan, and Georgian proper (Kartuli).
    • Georgian - a South Caucasian (or ‘Kartvelian’) language unrelated to any other outside the immediate region - is one of the oldest living languages in the world, and it has its own distinctive alphabet.
    • The majority language is Georgian, which belongs to the Kartvelian (South Caucasian) language group.
    • If the visitors were aware of the Abkhazians at all, they thought of them as a picturesque race of free villagers, speaking a strange North Caucasian tongue and living up in the foothills.
    • Does he really think that Basque and the North Caucasian languages only reached their current locations in the 1420s?
    • Nostratic, as originally proposed by Vladislav Illich-Svitych, consists of: Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic, Afro-Asiatic, Kartvelian (also known as South Caucasian), and Dravidian.
    • Abkhazian belongs to the northwest Caucasian family of languages spoken by the Abazins, Adyghey, Kabardians, and Circassians.
    • Thus it went, as we saw, with the great Bopp, when he sought to assign Caucasian and Malayan languages to the Indo-European language family.
    • However, the analysis to be offered below will in principle be extendible to the logophoric use of long-distance reflexives in e.g. European, Caucasian, and South Asian languages.
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    the suspect is a Caucasian male el sospechoso es un hombre blanco


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    caucásico masculine
    caucásica feminine
    police are looking for a young Caucasian la policía busca a un joven de raza blanca