[buhl-gair-ee-uh n, boo l-]
- of or relating to Bulgaria, its people, or their language.
Origin of Bulgarian
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Examples from the Web for bulgarian
Last week, Bulgarian archaeologists unearthed an unusual 13th-century grave in an ancient city named Thracian.Bulgaria’s Vampire Graveyards
October 15, 2014
“The Bulgarian Brute,” the excitable announcers called Rusev.
No matter that Rusev is Bulgarian and Lana is an American called Catherine (C.J.) Perry.
Ruseva told Bulgarian reporters that she would like to take Maria back and care for her, or at least get to know her.
“I had no food for the child,” Ruseva told Bulgarian television.
I strode up to the Bulgarian, who remained as motionless as a statue.
Once more the Bulgarian Empire was respected and feared abroad.
But before dealing with the Bulgarian of to-day we must look into his antecedents.
Every male Bulgarian citizen was trained to the use of arms.
In most things, however, the Bulgarian is intensely practical.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Bulgaria, its people, or their language
- the official language of Bulgaria, belonging to the S Slavonic branch of the Indo-European family
- a native, inhabitant, or citizen of Bulgaria
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Word Origin and History for bulgarian
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