Definitions

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  • adjective of or pertaining to the New Prussian language
  • adjective rare of or pertaining to the people that speak the New Prussian language
  • proper noun the modern reconstruction of the Old Prussian language, spoken by pilot communities in Lithuania, Poland, and elsewhere.

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Examples

  • THE AUTHOR OF THE AMBER WITCH, the Pomeranian pastor, Meinhold, has been condemned to three months 'imprisonment, and a fine of one hundred thalers, besides costs, for slander against another clergyman named Stosch, in a communication published in the _New Prussian

    International Weekly Miscellany - Volume 1, No. 8, August 19, 1850

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