from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to the Slovenes, or to their language.
- noun A Slovene.
- noun The language of the Slovenes: a Slavic tongue, most nearly allied to the languages of the Serbo-Croatian group.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective Of or pertaining to
Slovenia, the Slovenian people or the Slovenian language.
- proper noun The
official languageof Slovenia.
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- adjective of or relating to or characteristic of Slovenia or its people or language
- noun a native or inhabitant of Slovenia
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Going back to spelling, I was a bit dubious of the example given of a word with five consecutive consonants - cmrlj which is Slovenian for bumble-bee - first off, "lj" is a single letter in Slovenian and second I think the "r" is basically functioning as a vowel there.
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The Slovenian was the pre-race favorite but fell in a sharp curve during training earlier Wednesday and tumbled down a three-meter slope on her back, hurting her ribs.
Their bandleader, a mysterious man by the name of Mr. Doctor, is perhaps best described as the Slovenian version of Mike Patton.
Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters ON THE LOOKOUT: A Slovenian border police officer watched for illegal migrants on a railway bridge at the EU's border with Croatia Monday.
Attila Kisbenedek/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Police officials and rescue workers examined the wreckage of a Slovenian truck and a Romanian tourist bus after the two vehicles crashed on Tuesday, killing six people and injuring 23, on the M70 road near Csernyefoldin in the vicinity of the Hungarian-Slovenian.
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I grew up with the Slovenian version of Čebelica Maja – sung by a man. alcessa |
The favorite, Jure Robic, a Slovenian, was already a four-time winner and didn't take his first sleep break this time around until 34 hours into the race—after pedaling 635 miles.
Another racer in the 2003 event, the Slovenian "ultracycling great" Marko Baloh, was 2,550 miles in before giving up after enduring three days of breathing problems, fever and chest pain.