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This category is for languages spoken in the geographic region of Caucasus.

Language families unique to this region are Northwest Caucasian languages, Northeast Caucasian languages and South Caucasian languages. The relationships between those families is a matter of debate between linguists.

In addition to those families, Indo European (Slavic, Iranian, Armenian) and Turkic languages are spoken in the Caucasus.

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Languages spoken in the Caucasus; that is, in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and the Southern Federal District of Russia. For languages belonging to the Caucasian language families, see Category:Caucasian languages.

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