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- adj. Of or relating to the East Slavs, their culture or language(s).
- proper n. A subgrouping of the Slavic language family spoken mainly in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine.
- proper n. The Old East Slavic language.
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More accurately, each of the East Slavic languages that derived from Early Rusian experienced its own linguistic development by means of internal evolution and external influence, the latter from East Slavic and non-East Slavic sources.
By the twelfth century at the latest there is incontrovertible written evidence of early Ukrainian dialectical features in the southern part of East Slavic territory.
The Vikings Scandinavian (Varangians or Rus) forget the Norsemen roots and created their own Indo European Slavic tribes, East Slavic languages, culture and roots, the first king was
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