OTHER WORDS FROM Slavicanti-Slavic, adjective, nounnon-Slavic, adjective
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How to use Slavic in a sentence
Even the words vodka and whiskey are derived from the same word: “water” in Slavic and Gaelic, respectively.
A true Russian patriot and Slavic brother would see the world differently.Putin’s Patriotism is Phony, His Desperation is Real|Andrew Nagorski|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This sense of betrayal, Globa says, renders Ukrainians much less susceptible to Russian appeals to Slavic Orthodox unity.The Closeted Revolution: Kiev’s Gays Keep Quiet to Deny Putin a Propaganda Win|James Kirchick|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
KIEV—They are burly, muscular men, reminiscent of the Soviet era with their strong Slavic features and unsmiling demeanor.Ukraine’s Far Right Eyes Crimea, Vows To Defend The Motherland|Jamie Dettmer|March 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It means “very tasty;” and it simply never is—that is, not to those unaccustomed to the flavors of the Slavic palate.The Sickle of Plenty: “Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking”|Liesl Schillinger|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
His features were well formed on Slavic lines, his look was sympathetic, and his form elegant.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Batthyany hastened to Innsbruck to turn this Slavic affront to the crown to account.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson
Tschaikowsky and Dvorak have also written Slavic music, rather sad, suggestive of folk songs and full of power.The Complete Club Book for Women|Caroline French Benton
The German long e is represented by , oe, ae, and in Slavic and Hebrew words also by ee.
The medieval period of Judeo-German literature was by no means confined to the Slavic countries.