Tsez is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken by about 7,000 people in
the Tsunta district of southern and western Dagestan in Russia. The name
Tsez, which is used for both the language and the people who speak it,
comes from the Tsez word for eagle. In Georgian, the Tsez language is
known as დიდო (dido).
When Tsez is written, which is not very often, it is usually written with
Cyrillic-based spelling based on Avar. Tsez is not taught in schools, but
Avar and Russian are used instead.