Pan-Slavism

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Pan-Slav·ism

 (păn-slä′vĭz′əm)
n.
A movement advocating the political and cultural union of Slavic nations and peoples.

Pan-Slav′ic adj.
Pan-Slav′ist n.

Pan-Slavism

n
(Historical Terms) (esp in the 19th century) the movement for the union of the Slavic peoples, esp under the hegemony of tsarist Russia
ˈPan-ˈSlavic adj
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