from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or relating to Albania or its people, language, or culture.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Albania.
- n. The Indo-European language of the Albanians.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Albania, the Albanian people or the Albanian language.
- n. A person from Albania or of Albanian descent.
- proper n. The languages spoken by the Albanian people, primarily spoken in Albania and Kosovo. (ISO language codes: alb/sqi/sq (Tosk), aln (Gheg), aat (Arvanitika), aae (Arbëresh))
- adj. Of, from, or pertaining to Caucasian Albania, to its people or language.
- n. An inhabitant of Caucasian Albania. Udi people are descended from them.
- proper n. The extinct Northeast Caucasian language once spoken by these people. Udi language is descended from it.
- adj. of or from the city of Albany, New York State
- n. Someone from the city of Albany, New York State.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to Albania, a province of Turkey.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating or pertaining to modern Albania, or to its inhabitants, or their language, manners, customs, etc.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Albania, a division of European Turkey, comprising the greater part of the ancient Epirus, and parts of Illyria and Macedonia.
- n. plural Light cavalry, formerly recruited in Albania and the neighboring lands, and armed according to the Levantine fashion of the time.
- n. The language of Albania, possessing strongly marked dialects, and usually classed as Aryan or Indo-European.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the Indo-European language spoken by the people of Albania
- adj. of or relating to Albania or its people or language or culture
- n. a native or inhabitant of Albania
Looking at the situation in Macedonia, the United States, through this administration, has stepped up its efforts to help the Macedonian government deal with what they describe as Albanian extremists coming over from Kosovo interfering and trying to undermine, in the eyes of the Bush Administration, the legitimate Macedonian government.
As I knew there was no case on record of a stranger being "held up" in North Albania, and, moreover, the Albanian is an old friend of mine, it "made no difference."
And yet he often was right, and always courageous and eloquent enough to challenge received opinion and sacred cows Mother Teresa for one, whom he called the Albanian dwarf famous for peddling an antiquated form of religious fundamentalism.
At the end of her speech, she thanked her audience in Polish, Albanian, Arabic, Slovenian, Russian and English.
But "they are so devoid of both originality and unity," says Sir Charles Eliot,  that acutest of observers, "that it is vain to seek for anything in politics, art, religion, literature or customs to which the name Albanian can be properly applied as denoting something common to the Albanian race."
P.M., as the moon was beginning to peep over the Eastern wall of rock, was heard the glad sound of the little kettle-drum calling the Albanian troopers to mount and march.
The true religion of the Albanian is his national ideal.
Then, across the gulf, are the bold outlines and snowy peaks of the Abruzzi, recalling Albanian ranges.
Among all that variety - "Love's Labor's Lost" in sign language, "Othello" in the language of hip-hop and "Henry VI" Parts 1, 2 and 3 in Serbian, Albanian and Macedonian - only one play has generated controversy: "The Merchant of Venice" in Hebrew by the Habima Theater of Israel.
He called my Albanian soldier, who attends me, and told him to protect me at all hazard; his name is Viseillie, and, like all the Albanians, he is brave, rigidly honest, and faithful; but they are cruel, though not treacherous, and have several vices but no meannesses.