Gheg

[gɛg]
noun (plural same or Ghegs)
1》 a member of one of the two main ethnic groups of Albania, living mainly in the north of the country. Compare with Tosk.
2》 the dialect of Albanian spoken by the Gheg.
Origin
from Albanian Geg.

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