Polabian

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From the name of Polabian tribes, which in turn derives from the name of the Elbe river in Slavic languages: Łaba in Polish and Labe in Czech.

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Polabian

  1. West Slavic language, extinct in 18th century.

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Polabian (plural Polabians)

  1. A Polabian Slav; one of a number of Lechite tribes who lived along the Elbe river in what is now eastern Germany.

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