noun, plural A·zer·bai·ja·nis, (especially collectively) A·zer·bai·ja·ni for 1, 2.
a native or inhabitant of Azerbaijan.
a member of an Azerbaijani-speaking people of Azerbaijan and of the Iranian provinces of Azerbaijan.
the Turkic language of the Azerbaijani, written with Cyrillic letters in Azerbaijan and with Arabic letters in Iran.
Origin of Azerbaijani
1885–90; Azerbaijan + -i suffix of membership
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plural -ni or -nis a native or inhabitant of AzerbaijanSometimes shortened to: Azeri
the language of this people, belonging to the Turkic branch of the Altaic family
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