Tofig Asgar oglu Abbasguliyev
Tofiq Əsgər oğlu Abasquliyev
|Died||2011 (aged 83–84)|
Tofig Asgar oglu Abbasguliyev (Azerbaijani : Tofiq Əsgər oğlu Abasquliyev; 1927 –2011) was a lexicographer, scholar of linguistics, and director of the Khazar University Dictionary and Encyclopedia Center.
Tofig Abbasguliyev was born in Füzuli, Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic, in 1927. He earned an honors diploma in history at the Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University.Then he worked as a high school teacher and director. He later earned an honors diploma from the English-Azerbaijani department at the Azerbaijan University of Languages. He worked at the Institute of Eastern Studies and for the English language department within the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences. He also headed the English department at Khazar University.
After 1992, Tofig Abbasguliyev devoted his time mostly to Khazar University; he worked as a professor and as the director of the Dictionary and Encyclopedia Center.
Tofig Abbasguliyev’s fields of scholarship include English grammar, terminology, translation, phraseology and lexicology.
One well-known book that he authored is English Proverbs with their Azerbaijan and Russian Equivalents, published by Elm Publishing House in Baku in 1981.The book gives 1012 English proverbs with their interpretations and equivalents in Azerbaijani and Russian.
Tofig Abbasguliyev also co-authored a single-volume “Azerbaijani-English Dictionary” (edited by O. Musayev).[ citation needed ]
He compiled and co-edited the Khazar English-Azerbaijani Comprehensive Dictionary in six volumes as part of his work with the Dictionary and Encyclopedia Center.
Khazar University is a private university located in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Azerbaijan University of Languages is a public university in Baku, Azerbaijan. The student body consists of approximately 4,000 undergraduates and 900 graduate students. The university has a combined faculty of more than 700 teachers.
Tofig Alakbar oglu Guliyev was an Azerbaijani composer, pianist, and conductor.
Tawfik, or Tewfik, is an Arabic masculine given name. The name is derived from the Arabic root: waaw-faa-qaaf (و-ف-ق), which means to agree or to reconcile. Tawfik translates to, "the ability or opportunity to achieve success". A spelling of Tewfik or Toufic is used more among French speakers. Tawfik can be used as a given name or surname. Since it is considered a "neutral" name in the Arabic language, many Arabic-speaking Christians as well as Muslims are named Tawfik. The Turkish equivalent is Tevfik, the Azerbaijani equivalent is Tofig or Tofiq, the Albanian equivalent is Tefik, the Bosnian equivalent is Teufik. The Hebrew equivalent is Tovik or Tuvik (תוביק). Tawfik also has a similar meaning to the Greek Tobias (Τοβίας). Taoufik and Toufic are common in North Africa.
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Tofig Nadir oglu Zulfugarov also spelled as Tofiq Zulfuqarov, is a politician from Azerbaijan. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan under Heydar Aliyev from March 1998 until October 1999 when he was replaced by Vilayat Guliyev.
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Tofig Gasym oglu Kocharli was a Soviet and Azerbaijani historian, former deputy to Supreme Soviet of Azerbaijan SSR, member of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, most prominently for his work on the histories of Azerbaijani regions of Karabakh and Nakhchivan.
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Tofig Ahmed-agha oglu Bakikhanov is a composer and People's Artist of Azerbaijan.
The Turan Tovuz 2011-12 season was Turan Tovuz's twentieth Azerbaijan Premier League season. Turan Tovuz started the season under the management of Asgar Abdullayev, but he resigned and was replaced by Afghan Talybov on 12 October 2012. Turan Tovuz ended the season in 11th-place resulting in relegation to the Azerbaijan First Division for the 2013-14 season. They also participated in the 2012–13 Azerbaijan Cup getting knocked out in the second round on penalties to Khazar Lankaran after the game ended 1-1.
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Tofig Mammadov is an Azerbaijani athlete who competes in the under 90 kg category; he was a silver medalist in the 2008 Summer Paralympics. He competed in the 2012 Summer Paralympics and was the World and European champion in 2011.
Tofig Rashid oghlu Yagublu, is an Azerbaijani politician, journalist, former deputy chairman of the Musavat Party (2010–2018), and a member of the coordinating center of the National Council of Democratic Forces (NCDF).
Talaat Aghasibey oglu Khanlarov, was a Soviet-Azerbaijani architect, academician of the Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Honored Architect of the Azerbaijan SSR (1975), and Vice President of the International Academy of Architecture of the East.
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Tofig Mirhashim oghlu Javadov (Mirjavadov) was an Azerbaijani painter.
Colonel General Tofig Aghahuseynov was a Soviet-Azerbaijani military leader.
Tofig or Tofiq is an Azerbaijani masculine given name, equivalent to the Turkish name Tawfik. It may refer to: