Geg

(from the article `Albania`) ...language family. Owing to centuries of rule by foreigners, its vocabulary has adopted many words from the Latin, Greek, Turkish, Italian, and ... The two principal dialects, Gheg in the north and Tosk in the south, are separated roughly by the Shkumbin River. Gheg and Tosk have been diverging ... Alban...
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Geg

(from the article `Albania`) Differences between Gegs and Tosks were quite pronounced before World War II. Until the communist takeover in 1944, Albanian politics were dominated ...
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