from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of a race of peoples widely spread in eastern, southeastern, and central Europe; a Slavonian.
- Slavic; Slavonian.
- An abbreviation of Slavic, Slavonian, or Slavonic.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any member of the people of eastern Europe or Asian Russia who speak a Slavonic language
- adj. speaking a Slavic language
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just ONCE I wish somebody would remember the word slav besides in the color black.
The 'slav' label is merely pan-slav russian propaganda to dominate eastern Europe.
Is it so uncool to declare yourself a slav nowadays?
It is the latest manifestation of the balkanite inferiority complex driven by the most virulent slav nationalism since Milosevic.
But I'm glad to see a vampire that, when the thirst takes over, becomes an ugly, devolved animal as in the book "Dracula," and not a charming slav wearing a tux.
And the English word “slave” comes from “slav” because so many slavic people at one point were slaves.
Interesting movie, definitely black people got dealt a unusual genetic card that gives them a type of hair that is completely different to all other ethnic groups of the planet from asian,arab,slav,european,native american etc no one else bar some minor/fringe groups have this kind of hair.
Remonstrance against the course pursued by the Evangelical alliance, on the subject of American slav by American
Bagh (the idol-god, the slav “Bog”) and dád a gift, he gave (Persian).
Although the etymology, is in dispute, many sources claim that the words “slav” and “slave” are connected, as the ruling classes of Western Europe enslaved their brothers and sisters from the east.
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