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For a dialect with the same name, see Abkhaz language § Dialects.
Abzhywa (Abkhaz: Абжьыуа, Abƶywa; also transliterates as Abzhua from Russian: Абжуа, Абжива; Georgian: აბჟუა) is a historical region in Abkhazia. In the Russian Empire it constituted an okrug of Abkhazia.
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