Synonyms for oktomberi or Related words with oktomberi

samarinovac              lipovice              dravce              dupljane              neporadza              kamiane              rohoznice              ilkhanizada              sukorady              bodzianske              skorkov              koznica              borovce              kushun              shakhtarske              sakhnovschyna              cotovca              polylofo              gazanjyk              gospodinovo              kodralija              pietrzykowo              nemcovce              julianowo              libusza              serbii              novovorontsovka              libkov              poshtove              borowo              hannivka              bapska              ikposo              kurylivka              hrabrovo              preselentsi              slivarovo              katouna              cheremiss              pastovce              koplotovce              kuzmice              kuruca              arnitha              grkljane              ugarci              shchebetovka              listets              kalovo              divnoye             



Examples of "oktomberi"
There are many villages in Zugdidi Municipality, there are: Kolkhida (village), Tchitatskari, Narazeni, Tsatskhvi, Darcheli, Rukhi, Urta, Sintsa, Didi nedzi, Jikhashkari, Qulishkari, Odishi (village), Kortskheli, Bashi, Didobera, Ergeta, Tkaia, Kakhati, Ganmukhuri, Shamgona, Tsaishi, Abastumani, Chkhoria, Grigolishi, Riqe, Zeda etseri, Tchkaduashi, Ingiri, Akhalkakhati, Anaklia, Oktomberi, Orulu, Onaria, Orsantia, Akhalsopheli, Koki(village), Khurcha.
It is believed this was the main language of Caucasian Albania, which stretched from south Dagestan to current day Azerbaijan. The language is spoken by about 5,000 people including in the villages of Debedavan, Bagratashen, Ptghavan, and Haghtanak in the Tavush province of Armenia and in the village of Zinobiani (Oktomberi) in the Kvareli district of the Kakheti province in Georgia.
The language is spoken by about 4,000 people in the Azerbaijani village of Nij in Qabala rayon, in Oghuz rayon, as well as in parts of the North Caucasus in Russia. It is also spoken by ethnic Udis living in the villages of Debetavan, Bagratashen, Ptghavan, and Haghtanak in Tavush Province of northeastern Armenia and in the village of Zinobiani (former Oktomberi) in the Kvareli Municipality of the Kakheti province of Georgia.