Walachian


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Walachian

(wɒˈleɪkɪən) or

Wallachian

adj
(Placename) of or relating to the former SE European principality of Walachia (now part of Romania) or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Walachia
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ryart 'pearl', Avar language (North Caucasian) margal 'pearl', Chaldaean margal, maregale 'pearl', Armenian markarid 'pearl', Persian marvarid 'pearl', Gothic markreitas, Walachian margarita, merjeritarju, Albanian margaritar, Greek [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Latin margarita 'lapis indicus', etc.
The development of the Byzantine notation, according to changes from the tenth to the nineteenth centuries, is divided into four stages that are confirmed in Byzantine, Bulgarian, Serbian, Walachian, and Moldavian sources.
The fortified town and the entire area, known as Tara Fagarasului were, for a long time, an area of continuity of the Romanian administration and a support point that the Walachian rulers had in Transylvania.