Azbǽbu

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A map of northeastern Peilaš. The location of Azbǽbu is indicated.

• Azbǽbu

Azbǽbu is a coastal city in southern Huyfárah, approximately halfway between the Aiwa and Oltu rivers. Originally a small fishing village, it developed into one of the major ports of the Huyfárah empire during the 4th century YP. In the civil war of the late 6th century Azbǽbu sided with the Kəgeiru rebels, and it became an important member of the Lewsfárah federation afterwards.

Names

Language Name Pronunciation Source
Fáralo Azbǽbu [ɑzˈbæ.bu] "many anchors"
Ndok Aisô Aspaiboi [asˈpaːj.βɔj] F. Azbǽbu (borrowed)
Buruya Nzaysa Aspɛ́bu [asˈpɛ.bu] F. Azbǽbu (borrowed)
Namɨdu Azbyebbu [azˈbjɛb.bu] F. Azbǽbu
Farwo n-Abebbu Abebbu [ʌˈbɛb.bu] F. Azbǽbu
Woltu Falla Azzabu [azˈza.bu] F. Azbǽbu
Cəssın Ärbövö [ˈæɾ.bø.vø] F. Azbǽbu
Wippwo Ahpeiwu [a:ˈpe.wu] B.Nz. Aspɛ́bu (borrowed)