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- proper n. An east-Slavic ethnic group of the Carpathian mountains.
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The difficulty in classifying Carpatho-Rusyn dialects stems largely from the fact that individual dialect territories experience an overlapping of numerous isoglosses.
We have the traditional Carpatho-Rusyn style eggs, but my mom would collect eggs from India or China as souvenirs.
The wax and other ingredients are used to create colors and designs, each having a special meaning in the Carpatho-Rusyn tradition.
The Carpatho-Rusyn holy dinner is a Christmas tradition observed by Carpatho-Rusyn of the Eastern Rite Catholic and Orthodox religions.
Her parents were Carpatho-Rusyn immigrants from southeastern Poland and her father, a miner, first moved the family to Ohio, then Tennessee.
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