American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Bulgaria or its people, language, or culture.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Bulgaria. Also called Bulgar.
- n. The Slavic language of the Bulgarians.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the Bulgars. Also Bulgaric.
- Pertaining to Bulgaria, a principality under the nominal suzerainty of Turkey, lying south of the Danube and west of the Black Sea.
- n. A member of the race inhabiting and giving name to Bulgaria; a Slavic Bulgar.
- n. The language of the Bulgarians, or Slavic Bulgars. It is divided into two dialects, Old Bulgarian (also called Church Slavic or Slavonian) and New Bulgarian. The former is the richest and best of the Slavic tongues, but is extinct as a spoken language. See
- adj. Relating to Bulgaria, its people, or the Bulgarian language.
- n. A native of Bulgaria.
- n. The official language of Bulgaria.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Bulgaria or its people
- n. a Slavic language spoken in Bulgaria
- n. a native or inhabitant of Bulgaria
- Bulgaria + -an (Wiktionary)
“The term Bulgarian Byzantine treasure makes no sense - its simply Byzantine treasure and very probably dates from the time when Bulgaria didnt exist as such and was part of the Empire.”
“Not wanting to let on to Peace Corps that my Bulgarian is atrocious, I said of course I will.”
“The word ѕвезда/dzvezda/meaning star is a common Slavic word - звезда in Bulgarian, Serbian and Russian, ѕвѣзда (using the letter ѕ) in Old Church Slavonic, зьвязда in Belarusian, zvijezda in Croatian and Bosnian, zvezda in Slovenian, hvězda in Czech, hviezda in Slovak, gwiazda in Polish.”
“Entente POWs languishing in Bulgarian prison camps.”
“I tried a few paragraphs with disarranged symbols in Bulgarian and Russian (both using Cyrillic alphabet) and it worked for me.”
“I decided maybe I should learn how to say the Peace Corps goals in Bulgarian and more words in general.”
“In general, Bulgarian drinks play a great role in Bulgarian's lives and provide a lot of fun during the events related to drinks.”
“Disclaimer the following is my opinion only: I find this to be interesting because if signs in Bulgarian showed up in America it could potentially be perceived as a threat and a possible spying activity.”
“On Tuesday I had Bulgarian verb test that reinforced the fact that Bulgarian is an extremely difficult language that will continue to frusturate me throughout my entire life.”
“They project the words of songs in Bulgarian onto a wall and I sing along with everyone else.”
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