Azerbaijani people in Georgia are permanent residents of ethnic Azerbaijani background. Most Azeris in Georgia speak Azeri as a first language, a lot of them are bilingual or trilingual, speaking Georgian and Russian in addition to their native language. Azeris are the second-largest ethnic minority in Georgia, inhabiting mostly rural areas. These who still kept the half nomadic lifestyle migrate between their winter quarters in Stepansminda, and the summer temporary houses in Truso Valley, source of Tergi river. The dynamics of these families are still the same as centuries ago and roles are clearly divided: men watch over the cattle and women take care of the men and children.