Жима Эла / Zima Ela — in Chechen language.

Chechen language (Нохчийн Мотт / نَاخچیین موٓتت / Nohçiyn Muot) is a Northeast Caucasian language spoken mostly in Chechnya (Чечня́ / Нохчийчоь / Noxçiyçö), currently a republic within Russia Federation. Together with the closely related Ingush, with which there exists a large degree of mutual intelligibility and shared vocabulary, it forms the Vainakh branch.

There are a number of Chechen dialects: Ehki, Chantish, Chebarloish, Malkhish, Nokhchmakhkakhoish, Orstkhoish, Sharoish, Shuotoish, Terloish, Itum-Qalish and Himoish.