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  • n. Alternative form of Pecheneg.
  • adj. Alternative form of Pecheneg.


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  • The bulk of the army consisted now of foreign mercenaries, the Norsemen of the Varangian Guard, Normans and Franks from western Europe, Slavs from the north, and Turks from the steppes of southern Russia, Petcheneg, cuman and Ghuzz.

    Islam's War to Save the World

  • Turanian, Petcheneg and other undesirable blood in the Bulgars does not -- let the two or three eccentric Bulgars say what they will -- prevent them being far more Yugoslav than anything else.

    The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1


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