A laz (Lazuri, Laze, Chan, Chanuri, Chanzan, Zan, autonym: Lazuri nena (ლაზური ნენა)) interpretation of my little love poem, here from Turkey, for maybe 150,000 people. The Lazuri that the Turks call Lazca, is close to Georgian, and Mingrelian, since a millennium ago these two languages were only one.
Lazes people from Georgia and Turkey speak this Caucasian (kartvelian) language, also called tchane and lazuri, but in general without writing it. Lazes are spread over the northern Turkey around Trebizond, and in Georgia. There are 5 important dialects of laz. They are called: atinuri, art̆aşenur, xopuri, viǯur-Arkabuli, et art̆aşenuri