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  • adj. Alternative spelling of Kashubian.
  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Kashubian.
  • n. Alternative spelling of Kashubian.

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Examples

  • But all the inhabitants of our seaports, and the commercial cities near the coast, have moved here from a distance and trouble themselves very little about the Cassubian backwoods, because they derive little profit from that source and are dependent upon entirely different sources.

    The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 12

  • Witôjze Cassubian (central Kaszebe Poland) Mojn Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Hola Catalan

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  • [Caribe, see Garífuna] Cassubian (northwestern Poland) Witóm Cassubian (northwestern Poland)

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  • Kashubian or Cassubian, also heard in the north, is often treated as a dialect of the Polish, although it evolved as a separate West Slavic language "(The History Channel).

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