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Be·la·rus·ian

 (bĕl′ə-ro͞o′sē-ən, -rŭsh′ən, byĕl′-) also Be·la·rus·sian (-rŭsh′ən)
adj.
Of or relating to Belarus or its people, language, or culture.
n.
1.
a. A native or inhabitant of Belarus.
b. A person of Belarusian ancestry.
2. also Be·lo·rus·sian (bĕl′ō-rŭsh′ən, byĕl′-) The Slavic language of the Belarusians.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Belarusian - the Slavic language spoken in Belarus
Slavic, Slavic language, Slavonic, Slavonic language - a branch of the Indo-European family of languages
Adj.1.Belarusian - of or pertaining to Belarus or to the people or culture of BelarusBelarusian - of or pertaining to Belarus or to the people or culture of Belarus
Translations
BelorussiesWit-Russies
بيلاروسيبيلوروسيةلغة بيلاروسية
белоруски
bielorrúsbielorús
Bělorusběloruskýběloruština
hviderussisk
Belorusa lingvo
valgevene keel
براروسیبلروسى
valkovenäjävalkovenäjänkielinenvalkovenäläinen
ביילרוסיתבלארוסית
beloruskibjeloruski jezik
beloruszfehérorosz
bahasa Belarusbahasa Belarusia
hvít-rússneska
ベラルーシ語
백러시아어벨라루스어벨로루시아어
Belarusicelingua Ruthenica Alba
baltarùsisbaltarusiškaibaltarusiųbaltarusių kalbagudas
baltkrievu
BelarussischWit-Russisch
belorussobielo-russo
bielorusbielorusălimba bielorusă
bieloruština
beloruščina
beloruskiбелоруски
vitryska
KibelarusKibelorusia
ภาษาเบลารุส
BelarusçaBeyaz Rusça
білоруський
tiếng Bê-la-rút
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2) Variants include Byelorussian, Belorussian, Belarusan, and the one preferred here, Belarusian.
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