Slavic language


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Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Koroska 160, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia
The Glagolitic alphabet matched most of the sounds of the Old Slavonic language, thus preserving the original rich character of the Slavic language.
The IE root *kwel- expanded with *-d occurs also in Slavic languages.
The core of Wexler's argument was first laid out in a monograph-length article, "Yiddish the Fifteenth Slavic Language.
Nevertheless, Slovenia resisted Germanizing influences and retained its unique Slavic language and culture.
Unsurprisingly, the translation of regional dialects and sociolects presents the greatest problem in the transposition of Southern writing into a Slavic language.
For example, based upon my interviews with professors of library history, art history, Slavic languages, and medieval hypertextuality, western European medieval studies have distanced and marginalized southern Slavic medieval studies.
Serbs speak a Slavic language that resembles Bulgarian and Russian.
All three speak a common Slavic language and are physically indistinguishable.
My wish is that the name is not translated from the Slavic language.
He mentor, Samuil Borisovich Bernstein, made the entry on the Macedonian language as a separate South Slavic language in the 37th volume of the Great Soviet Encyclopedia as early as 1938.
His latest project just a few days ago was a fundraiser at Leominster Priory, when he conducted the choir in music originally written in the Slavic language.
We can suppose that when onetime speakers of Finnic(-type) and Mordvin(-type) languages took over the Baltic and Slavic language forms which, in the course of time, resulted in the emergence of Baltic and East-Slavic languages, including Russian, a strong FinnoUgric substratum preserved in those languages.
The cited items are published in Persian, Arabic, English, French, German, and Italian; there are no references in any Slavic language, whereas the other comprehensive bibliography in this field, Gernot L.