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- The Vainakh peoples (Russian: Вайнахи, apparently derived from Chechen вайн нах, Ingush вей нах "our people"; also Chechen-Ingush) are the speakers of...
- The Vainakh people of the North Caucasus (Chechens and Ingush) were Islamised comparatively late, during the early modern period, and Amjad Jaimoukha...
- The Vainakh (also spelled Veinakh) languages are a dialect continuum that consists of the Chechen and Ingush languages, spoken mainly in the Russian republics...
- The Vainakh tower architecture is a characteristic feature of ancient and medieval architecture of Chechnya and Ingushetia. Vainakh architecture was also...
- Vainakh Democratic Party (Chechen: Вайнехан Демократан Цхьанкхетаралла) was a political party of Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. It was founded on 5 May...
- Caucasian is derived from the Vainakh ancestor Kavkas. According to George Anchabadze of Ilia State University The Vainakhs are the ancient natives of the...
- or Nakhtche). Chechen and Ingush peoples are collectively known as the Vainakh (which means our people in Chechen) since the 1930s and were known as Nakhchi...
- Georgian chronicler, the word Caucasian is derived from the Vainakh ancestor Kavkas. "The Vainakhs are the ancient natives of the Caucasus. It is noteworthy...
- equal like wolves". Jaimoukha notes in his book Chechens that sadly, "Vainakh history is perhaps the most poorly studied of the peoples of the North...
- region. Examples include: North Caucasus: Nart saga Ossetian mythology Vainakh mythology, covers Chechen and Ingush mythology Southern Caucasus/Transcaucasia:...
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