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- the Middle English word sclave, which was borrowed from Medieval Latin sclavus or slavus,[better source needed] itself a borrowing and Byzantine Gr****...
- 791 to c. 810. The Royal Frankish Annals makes mention of a Wonomyrus Sclavus (Vojnomir the Slav) active in 795. Eric of Friuli, sent Vojnomir with his...
- meaning the same[clarification needed] or from the term "Slavs" (Latin: Sclavus), which contained the traditional meaning of “the neighbouring foreigner”...
- arrived in English via the Old French sclave. In Medieval Latin the word was sclavus and in Byzantine Gr**** σκλάβος. Use of the word arose during the Early...
- word for "slave", s-ciào [ˈstʃao] or s-ciàvo, derives from Medieval Latin sclavus, deriving from the ethnic "Slavic", since most of the slaves came from...
- 1100 – c. 1160), also nicknamed Hermannus Dalmata ("the Dalmatian"), Sclavus ("the Slav") or Secundus ("the Second"), was a Medieval Carinthian Slavic...
- Tomo Zdelarić (Latin: Zdjelaritius Sclavus, Thomas Sclavus, Thomas Sdelaritius Illyricus) (c. 1531 – 8 April 1572) was the earliest Jesuit from Habsburg...
- Province, Bulgaria. The name of the village originates from the Latin word Sclavus, meanining a slave. A slave market was situated in the village in Ancient...
- Martin of Braga was the first western author to refer to a people known as "Sclavus" before 580, Jonas of Bobbio included the earliest lengthy record of the...
- these terms used amongst Albanian speakers originate from the Latin word sclavus which contained the traditional meaning of "the neighbouring foreigner"...
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