Slave

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See also: slave, Slavé, slāve, slavē, and slāvē

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Slave

  1. Alternative form of Slavey

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Slave (plural Slaves)

  1. Obsolete form of Slav.
    • 1766, An Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time, volume XLIV, index:
      Slaves or Slavì of Pomerania, with their confederates defeated near Lunden in Scania, []
    • 1850 December, Russian Ambition, in The American Whig Review, page 622:
      Moldavia and Wallachia, inhabited by Slaves nominally belonging to the Turkish empire, are in the actual military occupation of Russia. Servia, inhabited by the Slavic Serbs, is avowedly disloyal to the Porte, []
    • 1853, Maximilian Schele De Vere, Outlines of Comparative Philology, page 350:
      It extended then far into Hungary, and the ancient limits of the land of these so-called Pannonic Slaves are the same which at present mark the extent of the language. [] A considerable number of Slaves in the Russian province of Silesia are said to speak the same languages slightly modified.

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See slave.

Noun[edit]

Slave m, f (plural Slaves)

  1. Slav

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