Byelorussian


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Bye·lo·rus·sia

 (byĕl′ō-rŭsh′ə)
Byel′o·rus′sian adj. & n.

Byelorussian

adj, n
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Belarussian
2. (Languages) a variant spelling of Belarussian
3. (Placename) a variant spelling of Belarussian
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Byelorussian - a native or inhabitant of ByelorussiaByelorussian - a native or inhabitant of Byelorussia
Belarus, Belorussia, Byelarus, Byelorussia, Republic of Belarus, White Russia - a landlocked republic in eastern Europe; formerly a European soviet
European - a native or inhabitant of Europe
2.Byelorussian - the Slavic language spoken in Belarus
Slavic, Slavic language, Slavonic, Slavonic language - a branch of the Indo-European family of languages
Translations

Byelorussian

[ˌbjeləʊˈrʌʃən]
A. ADJbielorruso
B. N
1. (= person) → bielorruso/a m/f
2. (Ling) → bielorruso m

Byelorussian

n
Weißrusse m, → Weißrussin f
(Ling) → Weißrussisch nt

Byelorussian

[ˌbjɛləʊˈrʌʃən]
1. adjbielorusso/a
2. n (person) → bielorusso/a; (language) → bielorusso
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Baku will host Azerbaijan-Belarus business meeting within the framework of the visit of a Byelorussian delegation to Azerbaijan on December 7, the Azerbaijani Export and Investment Promotion Foundation (AZPROMO) reported.
A delegation of the OJSC Byelorussian Steel Works met with officials of the General Organization for Import and Export Control (GOEIC) on bilateral cooperation, the ambassador told MENA.
The other companies, EY identified for sharing the same address with Balec and Tredwell, were Maribo Group Ltd, Paramia Ltd, GloBalance Group, Osborn Holdings Inc (all operating from Russia with Russian UBOs) and Sunhouse Consulting (operating from Belarus with a Byelorussian UBO).
Moore enriched the memoir by weaving anecdotes and stories into the manuscript, whose trajectory crosses Polish, Lithuanian, Byelorussian, and Russian World War II history.
The old fashioned meeting rooms were empty while halls and corridors were full of people who had come to visit the "bazaar," a kind of food fair with crafts from all over the world and where each "nation" had a stand presenting and selling anything from Sudanese sweets to Byelorussian musical instruments and Chinese tea.
Kocharyan said after a meeting with his Byelorussian counterpart in Minsk on Tuesday.
On 19 September 1991, the Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic informed the United Nations that it had changed its name to Belarus.
This tendency is especially interesting because in other respects Russian, Ukrainian and Byelorussian folklore has much in common.
Scornful of the Polish state's feeble efforts to drain the fetid marshes and replace their Ukrainian, Byelorussian and Jewish populations with more solid Polish settlers, the Danzig-based Prussian geographer, Martin Burgener, characterised the region as 'dead space' (1939) awaiting revitalisation through Germanisation.
Milosz spent his youth and his university years in Vilnius, a baroque and cosmopolitan city, whose population mostly spoke Polish and Yiddish, but also Lithuanian, Byelorussian, and Russian.
See TADEUSZ PIOTROWSKI, POLAND'S HOLOCAUST 10 (1998) (discussing Soviet policy's goal of "eliminating all traces of that county's [history]"); 2 NORMAN DAVIES, GOD'S PLAYGROUND: A HISTORY OF POLAND 327 (discussing the new territories and their "democratic elections" performed as part of the Byelorussian SSR and the Ukrainian SSR).
Doctor of Science (biochemistry), Byelorussian State University (Minsk, Byelorussia), 1980.