Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of Rusyn.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I'm not sure I believe this, though: "When Vojvodinan Slovaks, Rusyns and Hungarians swear, they only swear in Serbian, saving their own languages for more noble expression."

    languagehat.com: SERBIAN SWEARING.

  • "When Vojvodinan Slovaks, Rusyns and Hungarians swear, they only swear in Serbian, saving their own languages for more noble expression."

    languagehat.com: SERBIAN SWEARING.

  • Another difficulty in classification is related to the fact that the dialects have in the past and continue to be influenced by numerous sociolinguistic or extralinguistic factors from the larger world in which Rusyns live, whether in Ukraine, Slovakia, Poland, Romania, Hungary, Yugoslavia, the United States, or Canada.

    languagehat.com: RUSYN/RUTHENIAN.

  • I think I also heard somewhere that Andy Warhol's parents were in fact Rusyns from Slovakia.

    languagehat.com: RUSYN/RUTHENIAN.

  • For this reason, he has also drawn support in areas with heavy concentrations of ethnic minorities, such as the Hungarians and Rusyns (Ruthenians) in the far-Western provinces of Zakarpattia and Chernivitsi.

    CFR.org -

  • And, interestingly, Rusyns across the border in neighbouring Slovakia show no appetite for independence.

    Balkanalysis.com

  • Three years is a long time in the politics of central and eastern Europe, and during those years the self-confidence of Rusyns, particularly in Ukraine, has grown enormously.

    Balkanalysis.com

  • Speaking at a meeting of the Carpathian-Rusyn congress in Mukaceve on 25 October, he argued that the Rusyns of Ukraine should look not to Transnistria or Abkhazia as a model for their own future, but rather to the Czech and Slovak Republics which peacefully sealed their velvet divorce in 1993.

    Balkanalysis.com

  • This southwesternmost province of Ukraine is hill country, and it is home to the Rusyns - an ethnic and cultural minority who emphasise their distinct identity.

    Balkanalysis.com

  • For not only does the region have a large number of Ukrainians, but it is also home to other minorities beyond the Rusyns, notably the Hutsuls.

    Balkanalysis.com

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