Definition of Wendish. Meaning of Wendish. Synonyms of Wendish

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Definition of Wendish

Wendish
Wendic Wend"ic, Wendish Wend"ish, a. Of or pertaining the Wends, or their language.

Meaning of Wendish from wikipedia

- Wendish may refer to: the Sorbian languages, spoken in Germany the Prekmurje Slovene, spoken in Slovenia and Hungary the Wends, a Slav people of Northern...
- The Wendish Crusade (German: Wendenkreuzzug) was a military campaign in 1147, one of the Northern Crusades and a part of the Second Crusade, led primarily...
- organised nearly all Wendish land into marches. This process later turned into the series of crusades. By the 12th century, all Wendish lands had become part...
- and Czech–Slovak. Historically, the languages have also been known as Wendish (named after the Wends, earliest Slavic people in modern Poland and Germany)...
- Baltic sea. Sorbs traditionally speak the Sorbian languages (also known as "Wendish" and "Lusatian"), closely related to the Polish, Kashubian, Czech and Slovak...
- Quarters have been abbreviated in the following table: Wendish: Wendish and Pomeranian (or just Wendish) Quarter Saxon: Saxon, Thuringian and Brandenburg (or...
- group of people descended from a congregation of approximately 588 Sorbian/Wendish people under the leadership and pastoral care of John Kilian (Sorbian languages:...
- Severin Ingemann, known for his study of Fundamentals of a North Slavic and Wendish mythology. Historical do****ents about Slavic religion include the Primary...
- The Wendish-German double church (Lower Sorbian Serbsko-nimska dwójna cerkwja we Wětošowje) is a so-called double church in Vetschau (Wětošow)/Spreewald...
- Ingemann. However, Germanic gods never rose to prominence over Slavic ones in Wendish religion. Romantic (fictitious) illustrations of Slavic deities, in "Historia...
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