ETHNONYMS: Kartveli (Georgian person), Sakartvelo (Georgia). Names for the country in other languages include Gruziya (Russian), Gurjistan (Persian), Iberia (Latin), Vrastan (Armenian).

See also Ajarians ; Georgian Jews ; Ingilos ; Khevsur ; Laz ; Meskhetians ; Mingrelians ; Svans


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