[ sluh-voh-nee-uhn ]
/ sləˈvoʊ ni ən /
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a native or inhabitant of Slavonia.
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Origin of Slavonian
First recorded in 1570–80; Slavoni(a) + -an
Words nearby Slavonian
Slavism, Slavkov, Slavo-, slavocracy, Slavonia, Slavonian, Slavonic, Slavophile, Slavophobe, Slavyansk, slaw
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How to use Slavonian in a sentence
Then some of them appear to be Slavonian; for example Mikailia and Pakomovna.The Romany Rye|George Borrow
Then full and fast flow the tears, like melting snows of Apennine under Slavonian blast.The Bridling of Pegasus|Alfred Austin
There are seats beneath the trees, overlooking the green turf and the flowers so dear to the Slavonian soul.The Vultures|Henry Seton Merriman
They were accompanied by a miner named Jacques, and a Slavonian very skilful in discovering minerals.The Makers of Canada: Champlain|N. E. Dionne
The Old-Slavonian began to take its stand among the languages compared from the second part onwards.
British Dictionary definitions for Slavonian
/ (sləˈvəʊnɪən) /
of or relating to Slavonia, a region in Croatia, or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Slavonia
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