Slavic people


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Noun1.Slavic people - a race of people speaking a Slavonic language
race - people who are believed to belong to the same genetic stock; "some biologists doubt that there are important genetic differences between races of human beings"
Slav - any member of the people of eastern Europe or Asian Russia who speak a Slavonic language
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He described the fighting as a "common tragedy'' for the Slavic people, who shared the same roots.
The Sorbians are a West Slavic people speaking a language akin to Polish and Czech, and in addition to a fascinating linguistic evolution, an understudied cultural formation and (re)awakening, and a precarious existence as a minority under various German political systems, they also have a worthy bilingual (if late-blooming) literary tradition.
One hundred years later, the eastern most southern Slavic people migrated to the territory as well.
Referred to as Bosniaks they descend from Slavic people who converted to Islam in the 15th and 16th centuries?
Focusing on the cuisine of these lesser known Slavic people, author Alexander Bely brings readers a sample of nearly two hundred Belarusian recipes such as Herring Fried in Batter, Simplest Babka, and Leavened Slizhyki, among other fine recipes.
When they filled her in on some of the details, Covino made a connection: "The use of some of the terms gave me the idea that it was not just Slavic people but religious people, because they were calling them 'sodomites.
The way Slavic people speak English could have a rapid influence on local accents in such places.
Think again about the Communists, Catholics, the Slavic people, Russians, Polish, Romanies, Jehovahs Witnesses, those deemed anti-social or, in the words of Professors Binding and Hoche (1920) `lives unworthy to be lived.
The Slavic people of my grandparents' neighbourhood, the Royce, spoke Ukrainian even if they were Russian or Polish.
Bridges have a special place in the heart of the Slavic people.
Once again, their misunderstandings - this time of the realities of the Slavic people - and their refusal to take opposition advice seriously will cost us tremendously.
Using this general framework, he analyzes four historical cases in which conquest played a major role: England, Africa, the Slavic people, and the Western Hemisphere Indians.