Slavonic language


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If other Slavonic languages do not have a second BLUE term, then the special position of Russian requires explanation; if there is evidence pointing to two basic terms for BLUE, we have a second set of data for investigating the evolution of this unusual color system.
As a young man, he was summoned by them to accompany them for approximately twenty years during their mission in defense of the Slavonic language in Moravia and Pannonia.
major vowel represented in the word sounds by the letters A E O I a e o i pha seo mannite = inosite, a non-fermentable saccharine substance A I O E a i o ae a fi brino genae mia a condition due to lack of fibrinogen in the blood A O I E a o y i a zido thy midi ne has been used to inhibit the replication of HIV E I O A e i o a preio ta tion in Slavonic languages, a palatal glide before a vowel E I U O e y u o phe ny lbu tazo ne is used as an analgesic for relief of rheumatic pain E O U I e o u i gale no bismu ti te is a sulphide of lead and bismuth I A O U i a o u stria to -crenu late in biology: striped with a notched edge eg.
Languages represented are the Germanic group, Irish, the romance languages, Greek, Slavonic languages, Baltic, Albanian and Romani.
Archimandrite Joasaph was born in 1962 and raised in the Boston area, wherehe went on to study Slavonic languages and theology.
Richard, 47, a former lecturer from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, switched careers to learn Slavonic languages and marry his teacher, Czech-born Helena, 38.
He switched careers to learn Slavonic languages - and marry his teacher, Czech-born Helena, 38.
In many areas of Wales, particularly Wrexham, Newport and Llanelli, hearing - and seeing - Slavonic languages has become a matter of course, and, it is fair to say, something that has caused a degree of resentment among sections of the community.
The Slavonic languages use many suffixes to form surnames, and Kowal means blacksmith.
In fact, the characteristics which distinguish Belorussian from the other two East Slavonic languages can be found in phonology, morphology, syntax and lexis; although their nature and, so to speak, 'range' allowed some Russian scholars of the past to unify Belorussian and Ukrainian with Russian under the common linguonym of 'the Great Russian language'.
It has been suggested that this construction is due to a post-Latin influence of Slavonic languages, but it could quite obviously have existed as current Vulgar Latin in the eastern area" (Elcock 1960 : 73).
Even a cursory etymological examination of the origins of the riddle concept in Germanic, Romance and Slavonic languages assures us of two chief roles that riddles must have performed in early cultures, namely that of wisdom and that of magic conjoined with the sacred.
In that volume an attempt is made to sketch the linguistic structures present in different languages: not so here, although the entry on Slavonic languages (p.
By the early sixteenth century the official language of the Grand Duchy (called Old Belarusian in retrospect) diverged well enough from the other East Slavonic languages to be considered a separate language, Russian and Ukrainian.
Soon thereafter, we expect to add Spanish, French, Turkish, and other Slavonic languages.