Zaza

Zaza may refer to:

  • The Zaza people, an ethnic group in eastern Anatolia (southeastern Turkey)
  • The Zazaki language, spoken by the Zaza, also called Dimili, Dımılki, Dimli, Kirmancki

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Zaza Panaskerteli-Tsitsishvili
... Zaza Panaskerteli-Tsitsishvili (Georgian 'ზაზა ფანასკერტელ-ციციშვილი) was a 15th-century Georgian prince, politician, and man of letters ... Zaza belonged to the old aristocratic family Panaskerteli, originally owners of the frontier region of Panaskerti ... Zaza was apparently involved in Georgia's politics and culture, but not much is known of his life ...
History Of The Zaza People
... It is generally believed that the Zazas immigrated to their modern day homeland from the southern shores of the Caspian Sea ... Some Zazas use the word Dimli (Daylami) to describe their ethnic identity ... But some historians claim that Zazas didn't immigrate from lands of Daylem, but are descendants of Persians after being defeated by Alexander the Great ...
Signori Si Nasce - Plot
... The Baron Otton Spinelli of Olives, said Zaza (Totò), in spite of his noble ancestry, was always broke, because of a dissolute life spent behind the scenes of theater to woo the soubrette ... Cornered, Zaza decides reluctantly to accept the advice of the Baptist, or apply for a loan to his brother Pio Degli Ulivi (Peppino De Filippo), owner of a ... is bad blood because of the style of life of Zaza, considered immoral by Pius, God-fearing man, devoted to work and charity ...
Zaza - Other
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Michele Zaza - Biography - Moving To France
... After his release in Italy, Zaza moved his base of operations to the South of France to avoid harassment from Italian authorities (particularly new laws which allow ... In 1990 Zaza’s associates, in particular his father-in-law Giuseppe Liguori, almost managed to buy the casino at Menton, on the French side of the Franco-Italia ... facilitates the release of prisoners who already have served half their sentence, Zaza was released in November 1991, while Italian authorities asked for his extradition for Mafia association, drug trafficking ...