Magomet Isayev

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Magomet Izmaylovich Isayev (Russian: Магоме́т Изма́йлович Иса́ев; 1928 – June 20, 2011[1]) was a Russian Esperantist,[2] translator, and linguist. He is most notable for his work on Iranian languages (primarily Ossetic) and Esperanto.

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  1. ^ Скончался Магомет Исаев (in Russian). Esperanto новости. 2011-06-21. Retrieved 17 October 2011.
  2. ^ "Культуре анд лифе" (1–6). Юнион оф Совыет Социетиес фор Фриендшип анд Культурал Релатионс витх Форейгн Цунтриеc. 1979: clxxv. Magomet Isayev, D. Phil., President of the Association, will speak in detail about the activities of Soviet Esperantists