Definition of Panslavic. Meaning of Panslavic. Synonyms of Panslavic

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Definition of Panslavic

Panslavic
Panslavic Pan`slav"ic, a. [Pan- + Slavic.] Pertaining to all the Slavic races.

Meaning of Panslavic from wikipedia

- and from the conceit of "sailing [ever] toward Poland", and from his Panslavic ideas. He was left with a painful sense of the hopelessness of the Polish...
- the most important deities. Listed in this paragraph are those whose Panslavic range is most often recognized. In addition to these, the East Slavic...
- ****ociation named Svaroži Krug, was established in the nation as a part of the panslavic Praskozorje movement. Islam is the largest religion in Bosnia and Herzegovina...
- The Panslavic Congress of Singers was an international ****embly of choirs and ****ociations of singers which took place in Poznań between May 18th and...
- Studies. 1992. p. 162. ISBN 9780001610996. ... the work of some early "Panslavic" ideologues in the sixteenth (Pribojevic) and seventeenth (Gundulic, Komulovic...
- and an independent Cabinet (Senate) for Finland, and resisted Russia's panslavic intentions to make Russian the only official language everywhere in the...
- in the Balkan peninsula. Instrumental to this policy was the emerging Panslavic movement, which henceforth formed the basis of Russian foreign policy...
- announce a protest against the weaponizing the "spacetime warper" at the Panslavic Parliament, but he was seized by the antagonists and a new weapon was...
- mind"), Czech wilny ("voluptuous"), Slavic velna ("wave, waters") and Panslavic god of underground Veles (probably from *wel – death). Latin word thya...
- propagandized by some contemporary Macedonian scholars and politicians. Some panslavic ideologists in Russia, former supporter of Greater Bulgaria, also adopted...