Kashubian

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Ka·shu·bi·an

 (kə-sho͞o′bē-ən)
n.
1.
a. A native or inhabitant of Kashubia.
b. A person of Kashubian ancestry.
2. The West Slavic language of the Kashubians.

Ka·shu′bi·an adj.
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Ka•shu•bi•an

(kəˈʃu bi ən)

n.
a West Slavic language closely related to Polish and spoken in N Poland near the mouth of the Vistula.
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Translations
kašubský jazykkašubština
Kaschubisch
kašubi
kachoube
casciubico
Kasjoebisch
kaszubski
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The bookshops offered mainly the literary works of Polish and Cashubian writers, various drawings, stationary, printed ephemera, and devotional articles, as well as Polish newspapers (9).
Rozmiary erozji i denudacji poznoglacjalnej na polnocnym sklonie Pojezierza Kaszubskiego i Pobrzezu Kaszubskim [The volume of erosion and denudation in the Late Glacial on the northern slope of Cashubian Lake District and the Cashubian Pobrzeze (Coast)].
His "real" father, uncle Jan, is, like his mother, of Cashubian descent and an employee of the Polish post office in Danzig, a place with tremendous political symbolism.