2017-07-27T17:38:27+03:00[Europe/Moscow]entrueAvars (Caucasus), Afshar people, Bayat (tribe), Mountain Jews, Azerbaijanis, Qarapapaqs, Udi people, Ingiloy people, Poles in Azerbaijan, Kurds in Azerbaijan, Garachi, Meskhetian Turks, Rutul people, Tat people (Caucasus), Tsakhur people, Karadaghis, Shahsevan, Budukh people, Ethnic minorities in Azerbaijan, Kryts people, Russians in Azerbaijan, Jek people, Turks in Azerbaijan, Lezgins, Armenians in Bakuflashcardshttp://vip-dates-here-now2.comEthnic groups in Azerbaijan
The Avars (Avar: аварал / магIарулал, avaral / maⱨarulal; "mountaineers") constitute a Caucasus native ethnic group, the most predominant of several ethnic groups living in the Russian republic of Dagestan.
The Afshar, also spelled Awshar or Afşar, are one of the Oghuz Turkic peoples.
The Bayat tribe (Azerbaijani: Bayat tayfası, Turkish: Bayat boyu, Turkmen: Baýat taýpasy) is one of the Oghuz tribes in Turkmenistan, Iran, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iraq, and Syria.
Mountain Jews or Caucasus Jews also known as Juhuro, Juvuro, Kavkazi Jews or Gorsky Jews (Azerbaijani: Dağ Yəhudiləri, Hebrew: יהודים קווקזים Yehudim Kavkazim or יהודי ההרים Yehudey he-Harim, Turkish: Dağ Yahudileri) are Jews of the eastern and northern slopes of Caucasus, mainly Azerbaijan, Chechnya and Dagestan.
Azerbaijanis (/ˌæzərbaɪˈdʒɑːniz/) or Azeris (Azerbaijani: Azərilər آذریلر, Azərbaycanlılar آذربایجانلیلار), also known as Azerbaijani Turks (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Türkləri آذربایجان تورکلری), are a Turkic ethnic group living mainly in Iranian Azerbaijan and the independent Republic of Azerbaijan.
The Qarapapaqs or Karapapaks (Azerbaijani: Qarapapaqlar, Tərəkəmələr; Turkish: Karapapaklar) are a Turkic sub-ethnic group of Azerbaijanis who mainly live in Azerbaijan, Iran, Georgia, and in the northeast of Turkey near the border with Georgia and Armenia, primarily in the provinces of Ardahan (around Lake Çıldır), Kars and Iğdır.
The Udis (self-name Udi or Uti) are an ancient native people of the Caucasus.
Ingiloys (Hers) (Georgian: ინგილოები/ჰერები) or Ingiloi are an ethnic group of Georgian descent, living in northwestern Azerbaijan.
Poles in Azerbaijan
There is a long history of Poles in Azerbaijan (Polish: Polacy w Azerbejdżanie, Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan polyakları).
Kurds in Azerbaijan
According to Russian and later Soviet ethnographer Grigory Chursin, another wave of Kurdish immigration in western parts of modern Azerbaijan may have taken place in 1589, at the time of the Ottoman–Safavid War, when "victorious Safavid soldiers" chose to stay in the conquered lands.
The Garachi (Azerbaijani: Qaraçı; Kurdish: Qereçî; Russian: Карачи), also spelled Karachi or Karaci, are a group of the Romani people living in Azerbaijan.
Meskhetian Turks also known as Meskheti Turks (Turkish: Ahıska Türkleri,; Georgian: თურქი მესხები, t'urk'i meskhebi) are the ethnic Turks formerly inhabiting the Meskheti region of Georgia, along the border with Turkey.
Rutuls, Rutulians (Rutul: Мыхьядыбыр, Mıẋyadıbır, Russian: рутульцы, rutuljcy) are an ethnic group in Dagestan, a republic in the south of Russia, and some parts of Azerbaijan.
Tat people (Caucasus)
The Tat people (also: Tati, Parsi, Daghli, Lohijon, Caucasian Persians, Transcaucasian Persians) are an Iranian and ethnic Persian people, presently living within Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Russia (mainly Southern Dagestan).
The Tsakhur (or Caxur) people are an ethnic group of northern Azerbaijan and southern Dagestan (Russia).
Qaradaghis or Karadaghis, (Azerbaijani: Qaradağlılar) are a Turkic sub-ethnic group of Azerbaijanis, mainly living in Southern Aras river called Qaradagh in Eastern Azerbaijan, Iran.
The Shahsevan (Azerbaijani: Şahsevənlər), are a branch of the Turkic Oghuz groups, sub-ethnic group of Azerbaijani people, located primarily in Iran and on the territory of the present-day Republic of Azerbaijan.
The Budukhs (Budukh: budad) are an ethnic group primarily from the mountainous village of Buduq in northwestern Azerbaijan.
Ethnic minorities in Azerbaijan
This article focuses on ethnic minorities in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
The Kryts (self хърыцӏаь) people of Azerbaijan reside in several villages in the Cuba, Khachmaz, Ismayilli and Gabala regions, as well as in the cities of Baku and Sumgait.
Russians in Azerbaijan
Russians (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycanda ruslar / Азәрбајҹанда руслар, Russian: русские в Азербайджане; russkie v Azerbajdžane) are the second largest ethnic minority in Azerbaijan and is also the largest Russian community in the South Caucasus and one of the largest outside of Russia.
Jek people, Jeks (Azerbaijani: Ceklilər), Jeklilar, Jack people, Dzhek people — an ethnic group in Azerbaijan.
Turks in Azerbaijan
Turks in Azerbaijan are Turkish people who live in Azerbaijan Republic.
Lezgins (Lezgian: лезгияр, lezgiyar, Russian: лезгины, lezginy; also called Lezgins, Lezgi, Lezgis, Lezgs, Lezgin) are a Lezgic ethnic group native predominantly to southern Dagestan and northeastern Azerbaijan and who speak the Lezgian language.
Armenians in Baku
Armenians once formed a sizable community in Baku, the current capital of the Republic of Azerbaijan.