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... transliteration of the name in the original language. We've been using the full formal ... transliteration of the name in the original language. Latin-alphabet languages like Spanish or French ... everything else should be transliterated from native language? I interpret the words of the policy ... not English" because they originate from another language. Basically it comes down to this: "Does ... Russian, Ukrainian, Polish, Yiddish, and possibly Tatar, Rusyn, German, Romanian, and Hungarian. Everything that ...
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Talk:Anti-Semitism (abuse)
... following quote for your homework. Part of Rusyn Legacy is the Legacy of murder, hate ... some more time with the subtleties of language. I understood perfectly well the poorly-written ... Feb 2004 (UTC) Stick to whichever native language you're comfortable in, because writing comprehesible ... Arabic, Aramaic, Amharic, Hebrew speaking lands, their language, culture,art religion, etcetera. Likewise, semitism (noun ... to sentiments against the above peoples, culture, language, etc. However, we find that definitions ...
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User talk:Yeti
... Talk:Ruthenia. Regards, User:Yeti The Ruthenian language is more properly called Rusyn (q.v.). This disambiguation notice has been ... Ruthenia by User:Yeti. The entry at Rusyn language merely reports standard language information. This is an act of ...
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Umlaut (diacritic)
... hand, has <ü> and <ö>. The Slovak language uses the letter <ä> to denote (or ... Lëtzebuergesch), a stressed schwa. Since the Luxembourgish language uses the mark to show stress, it ... been used in the Ukrainian alphabet. The Rusyn alphabet uses both Ё,Ї and also ... since the 19th century. In the Udmurt language, the diaeresis is also used with the ... use can make a text in another language look "turkified", a purely visual mimicry. ...
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Category:Island languages in diaspora
... this section of this category. A Arvanitic language I Istro-Romanian language M Molise Croatian dialect P Pannonian Rusyn language Pennsylvania German language R Riograndenser Hunsrückisch S Scottish Gaelic ...
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Talk:Etymology of Rus and derivatives
... for political reasons) . Later, Rus' - in Russian language - evolved to Rossiya under Greek influence (Russia is Rosia in Greek language). The order suggests the first, took control ... referred to himself as "Orthodox", or perhaps "Rusyn". Territory inhabited by Ukrainians was constantly split ... Periphery of Rus", "Outer Rus", "Shumerian-Ukrainian language" are all the same bullshit propagated by ... I am not familiar with "Shumerian-Ukrainian language" (perhaps, you can enlighten me). But " ...
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Talk:South Banat District
... that information to his article. Plus: Romanian language is an official language of Vojvodina according to the Fundamental Law of Vojvodina, equal to the Serbian language, so if the serbian names are available ... of minorities and the respect for their language and culture in 2005 in Europe has ... more thing: I couldn’t manage to find Rusyn names for districts. Could you find ...
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West Slavic languages
... languages is a subdivision of the Slavic language group that includes Czech, Polish, Slovak, and ... West Slavic Czech-Slovak Czech Slovak Pannonian Rusyn (alternatively also considered an East Slavic Language, a dialect of Ukrainian language, or an intermediate dialect between the Western ... and the Eastern dialects of the Slovak language). Lechitic Polish Pomeranian Kashubian Slovincian Polabian ...
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Talk:Carpathian Ruthenia
... knowlege of history of this area and language issues. Please. Stop doing mess. I tried ... in the university were being given in Rusyn, and intellectuals were agitating for it to ... imperial Russia, and in Lvov/Lviv/Lemberg, Rusyn found the center of its published literature ... The current article may be slightly pro-Rusyn as it is, but the above is ...
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... as no relation between Slovenia & Slovakia or Rusyn & Russia. All these are, of course , slavs ... They eventually lost their own, West Slavic, language and took on Southern Slavic speech of ... that "thay lost their own, West Slavic, language and took on Southern Slavic speech of ... derive from western dialects of Old Slavonic language and eastern group (Bulgarian, Macedonian) appear to ...
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