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  • Wikipedia has an article on: East Slavs Wikipedia East Slav ‎(plural East Slavs) A member of the East Slavic peoples, including the Belarusians, Russians
    209 bytes (27 words) - 02:39, 10 November 2012
  • East Slavic Wikipedia East Slavic ‎(not comparable) Of or relating to the East Slavs, their culture or language(s). of or relating to the East Slavs
    1 KB (58 words) - 00:43, 23 January 2016
  • article on: Old East Slavic Wikipedia Old East Slavic (historical) A Slavic language used from the 10th to the 14th centuries by East Slavs in the state
    3 KB (78 words) - 21:35, 22 January 2016
  • Europe, formerly worn by poorer members of the Finnic peoples, Balts, and East Slavs. bast shoes bast shoes lapte From Latin lac, lactem. Compare
    2 KB (73 words) - 21:19, 1 February 2016
  • восточнославя́нский • ‎(vostočnoslavjánskij) East Slavic (of or relating to the East Slavs) Declension of восточнославя́нский правосточнославя́нский
    451 bytes (23 words) - 04:55, 16 January 2016
  • See also: slav Wikipedia has an article on: Slavs Wikipedia From Middle English sclave, a borrowing from Medieval Latin Sclavus, from Byzantine
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  • mainly in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Lusatia (a small area in Germany). of or relating to the West Slavs East Slavic South Slavic
    652 bytes (43 words) - 22:35, 4 January 2016
  • (Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia) and Bulgaria. of or relating to the South Slavs East Slavic West Slavic
    1 KB (45 words) - 14:50, 9 December 2015
  • славянин (category Russian terms inherited from Old East Slavic)
    From Old East Slavic словѣнинъ ‎(slověninŭ), from Proto-Slavic *slověninъ ‎(“Slav”). Further etymology is disputed. IPA(key): [sləvʲɪˈnʲin] славяни́н
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  • слава (category Old East Slavic terms inherited from Proto-Slavic)
    plural nominative сла́ва sláva сла́вы slávy genitive сла́вы slávy сла́в sláv dative сла́ве sláve сла́вам slávam accusative сла́ву slávu сла́вы slávy instrumental
    3 KB (219 words) - 23:23, 18 January 2016
  • may once again drown the noble Slavs. Often used in the plural form. yellow peril racially offensive term denoting East Asian nations or people
    993 bytes (101 words) - 16:19, 23 January 2016
  • an area also inhabited by many Slavs (ancestors of today's Russians), who were likewise called “kriviči” (Old East Slavic кривичи ‎(kriviči)). Old Latvians
    2 KB (197 words) - 15:36, 22 January 2016