American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Lithuania or its people, language, or culture.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Lithuania.
- n. A person of Lithuanian ancestry.
- n. The Baltic language of the Lithuanians.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to Lithuania, or to its people or language.
- n. A member of a race inhabiting Lithuania, formerly an independent country southeast of the Baltic sea, afterward subject to Poland, now included in West Russia.
- n. The language of Lithuania. It is one of a branch of Indo-European or Aryan tongues, usually called
Lettic, or Lettish, and most nearly allied to Slavic. These languages are spoken in parts of western Russia and eastern Prussia.
- adj. Referring to or coming from Lithuania.
- n. The main language of Lithuania.
- n. A person living in or coming from Lithuania.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of or pertaining to Lithuania (formerly a principality united with Poland, then part of the Soviet Union, but since 1992 an independent nation).
- n. A native, or one of the people, of Lithuania; also, the language of the Lithuanian people.
- n. the official language of Lithuania; belongs to the Baltic branch of Indo-European
- n. a native or inhabitant of Lithuania
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of Lithuania or its people or language
- From Lithuania + -an. (Wiktionary)
“According to the description (which is in Lithuanian), this postcard is one of a “Lithuanian Folk Clothing” series.”
“This particular card shows clothing from Zanavykai (in Lithuanian, Žemaitija).”
“Pittsburgh's Darius Kasparaitis, a Lithuanian, is one of the league's roughest hitters, and Calgary's Andrei Nazarov, a Russian, has been called the league's nastiest player.”
“There are many good reasons why IJO is sometimes known as the Lithuanian Aphex Twin.”
“Many Germans lived in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and also many were polonized; Platter, von Wedel, Lelewel are only few examples, even one colonel of our cavalry was Juliusz RÃ³mmel.”
“Here’s a trailer (in Lithuanian, oddly) for the USA network pilot that was produced.”
“For fear that the significance of all this should be lost, there was a label, in Polish, Lithuanian, and German -- "Dom.”
“The Lithuanian was a man in his late sixties, and I allowed him to come up here and sit and be”
“In the Russian territories, however, which were then and later known as Lithuanian, Christianity was retained under the Greek Orthodox form, these regions having been evangelized from Byzantium.”
“In the part that fell to Russia the Polish Lazarists constituted a new province called the Lithuanian, remaining as far as possible in communciation with the superior general in Paris.”
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