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16 Georgian Words That Will Make You Fall in Love with the Language

Georgian language in print | © Baia Dzagnidze
Georgian language in print | © Baia Dzagnidze
Georgian language is an official language of the country with its own writing system and script. It’s also considered one of the oldest languages still spoken today. The language is rich in words, phrases, and idioms. When a foreigner listens to the language, the first impression is that Georgian is hard to learn. But in reality, it’s not. The initial reaction might be because of the pronunciation and uvular letters, which can be difficult for non-speakers. We’ve made a list of some of our favorite Georgian words that will make you fall in love with the language.

მზე

This word is pronounced like: Mze

თოვლი

Pronounced: Tov-li

Tovli – Snow © Stephane Mignon / Flickr

მთა

Pronounced: Mta

Mta – Mountain © Eugeniy Golovko / Flickr

თითი

Pronounced: Ti-ti

Titi – Finger © Fimb / Flickr

ბუმბული

Pronounced: bum-bu-li

Bumbuli – Feather © matthew venn / Flickr

მზესუმზირა

Pronounced: Mzes-um-zi-ra

Mzesumzira – Sunflower © José Carlos Cortizo Pérez / Flickr

ცა

Pronounced: Tsa

Tsa – Sky © Martin Duggan / Flickr

პეპელა

Pronounced: Pe-pe-la

Pepela – Butterfly © Emmett Tullos / Flickr

ზეგ

Pronounced: Zeg

Zeg – Day After Tomorro © Tirso Lecointere / Flickr

შემომეჭამა

Pronounced: She-mo-me-tcha-ma

Shemometchama -“I accidentally ate the whole thing” © waferboard / Flickr

თხა

Pronounced: tkha

Tkha – Goat © Tamsin Cooper / Flickr

ჟრიამული

Pronounced: Zri-a-mu-li

Zriamuli – Chatter © Quinn Dombrowski / Flickr

სიცილი

Pronounced: Si-tsi-li

Sitsili – Laughter © klarititemplateshop / Flickr

გული

Pronounced: Gu-li

Guli – Heart © Molly DG / Flickr

პილპილი

Pronounced: Pil-pi-li

Pilpili – Black Pepper © Markus Grossalber / Flickr

ფიფქი

Pronounced: Pip-qi

Pipqi – Snowflake © hurricanemaine / Flickr