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Talk:Joseph Stalin
... so often and replaced by inaccurate, weak language. It has already been discussed at length ... SAYS DEC 21 1879 AND YOUR OTHER LANGUAGE WIKIPEDIAS SAY SAME, GROW UP, WILL YOU ... happen to be the most common English-language terms, such as collectivisation in the USSR ... own set of names in its own language for certain Stalinist atrocities. The headings in ... is called Surgun in the Crimean Tatar language. Chechens Main article: History of Chechnya ...
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... change of their national identity from Rus'/Rusyn (Rus'ian, Rusnyak) or Ruthenian to the ... the western-most dialect of the Ukrainian language. Lemko speech, however, includes patterns matching those ... to be a dialect of the Slovak language). Besides, vocabulary of Lemko dialect is influenced by Romanian language, like other Slavic dialects of Carpathian montagnards ... from Austria-Hungary. It was renamed Lemko-Rusyn Republic (Ruska Lemkivska) later that year. ...
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Carpathian Ruthenia
... who may refer to themselves and their language as Rusnak or Lemko). Places inhabited by ... 1918), declared itself the representative of the Rusyn people and began negotiations with Hungary, resulting ... Law no. 10, making four of the Rusyn counties autonomous. Other councils, such as the ... Czechoslovakia. Previous to this, in July 1918, Rusyn immigrants in the United States had convened ... Agreement" with Czech President Tomas Masaryk, guaranteeing Rusyn autonomy upon unification with Czechoslovakia. A ...
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Category:East Slavic languages
... 3 subcategories to this category. B Belarusian language R Russian language U Ukrainian language Pages in category "East Slavic languages" There ... this section of this category. B Belarusian language O Old Novgorod dialect R Russian language Rusyn language Ruthenian language S Surzhyk ...
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List of Slovaks
... 1813) – author of the first Slovak language standard (in the 1780s), which was based ... development and establishment of the modern Slovak language (in 1844 it was declared that the ... dialect would be used as the literary language of Slovakia and in 1846 the new language standard was codified for the first time ... Nauka reči slovenskej" [Theory of the Slovak language]) Martin Hattala (1821-1903) - linguist Jozef ...
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Category:Languages of Vojvodina
... this section of this category. C Croatian language H Hungarian language P Pannonian Rusyn language R Romanian language S Serbian language Slovak language
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Etymology of Rus and derivatives
... as "Kievan Rus." In the modern Russian language, there are two adjectives, each of which ... relating to the Russian people and their language; and rossiysky (российский), relating to the Russian ... Rossia and Russie) was a dominant Romance-language form, first used by Liutprand of Cremona ... Russiae. Later, Rus’ — in the Russian language — evolved into the Byzantine-influenced form ... a variant of the Old East Slavic language close to Belarusian is the sole ...
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Talk:Roman Catholic Church
... and earth." Instead of this dense theological language, why not describe the structure of the ... Since Robert Bellarmine wrote in Latin (a language that has neither definite nor indefinite articles ... Czech Republic. It included those of Ruthenian (Rusyn) Descent & might officially be listed as being ... long tradition of use in the English language. It derives from same cultural context that ... least be internal consistency in Wikipedia> (Latin language version sniped, you can use the ...
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User talk:
... that regarding the renaming of Old Russian Language to Old Ruthenian Language—which ended up in restructuring the language articles—but that would probably take you a ... Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, sometimes to describe things Rusyn, but never aspects of earlier Rus’, i ... is used to describe the old Russian language which diverged from Old Ruthenian (ancestor of ... both descendants of the Old East Slavic language (a.k.a. Common Slavonic). —Michael ...
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User:Mzajac/East Slavic languages
... ić at talk:Old East Slavic language, wikified. Table Development of East Slavic languages ... East Slavic dialects of the Proto-Slavic language R. прасла ... East Slavic dialects of the Proto-Slavic language Old period c. 9th to 14th centuries ... to-east. I wasn't sure how Rusyn, Lemko, Boyko, Surzhyk, Trasianka fit into this (literary language vs. vernacular?). Aw, bugger! Wikipedia ignores ...
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