See also: laz, láz, läz, laž, Łaz, and лаж

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  1. A Kartvelian language of Turkey and Caucasian Georgia, related to Georgian, Mingrelian, and Svan.

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Laz pl (plural only)

  1. The ethnic group speaking Laz and live mostly in Turkey and Georgia.

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Laz (comparative more Laz, superlative most Laz)

  1. Lazic, pertaining to Laz people, history, culture or traditions

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Laz m (uncountable)

  1. A South-Caucasian people of the Trabzon area of Turkey.
  2. (slang) A Turk from any location near the Black Sea.

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From laz (recently cleared forest).

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Laz f

  1. A village in Săsciori, Alba, Romania
  2. A village in Vințu de Jos, Alba, Romania
  3. A village in Dezna, Arad, Romania