Aromanian

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Aromanian (plural Aromanians)

  1. a member of the people living throughout the southern Balkans, especially in northern Greece, Albania, Serbia, the Republic of Macedonia and Bulgaria; they are a subgroup of Vlachs.

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Do not confuse with Armenians, an unrelated people.

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Aromanian

  1. An endangered Eastern Romance language spoken mainly in Greece, but also in Albania, Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Romania, and relatively intelligible with Romanian and Megleno-Romanian.

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