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  • n. Plural form of haiduk.


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  • First, he all but killed my intended son-in-law, the good Berezowski, and then he crippled two of my brave haiduks, and when his sword broke, seized the church candlesticks and dealt us blows.

    Pater Peter. English.

  • At the same time, the haiduks entered the next room as a reserve force, and the steward and manager stood ready to strike down the first man who tried to injure their lady.

    Pater Peter. English.

  • Twelve haiduks carried the casks of money to his boat; were they all there or not?

    Pater Peter. English.

  • Here were five and twenty servants, hunters and haiduks already, and all armed with guns and halberds.

    Pater Peter. English.

  • Lackeys and haiduks, equerries, coachmen and footmen, Court fool, nurse, and governess, priest and scribe, all came with their master, and before all went a heavy wagon with the baggage of the women.

    Pater Peter. English.

  • These harsh harriers are roving reavers, haiduks who appear as suddenly as nightmares, wreak their havoc and then vanish as if by magic.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 4


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