[yoo-krey-nee-uh n, -krahy-]
- of or relating to Ukraine, its people, or their language.
Origin of Ukrainian
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Examples from the Web for ukrainian
Why would the CIA work to overthrow the Ukrainian government?Oliver Stone’s Latest Dictator Suckup
January 5, 2015
On Reddit, a Ukrainian protestor shared tips and observations.China’s Internet Is Freer Than You Think
December 27, 2014
Bershin, who worked with the Ukrainian police before rebels took control of Donetsk, says officers have to be extra vigilant.
She was detained after rebels found photos on her tablet computer showing supplies she gave to Ukrainian fighters.
Their fighting was poorly coordinated, their weapons were vintage pieces, mostly seized from the Ukrainian military.East Ukraine: Back in the USSR
November 19, 2014
"Yes, your excellency," answered the Ukrainian gaily, tossing his head.War and Peace
Petlura affirmed that he had 50,000 Ukrainian troops at his disposal.The Russian Turmoil
Anton Ivanovich Denikin
There is, for example, a Ukrainian family from the Russian Ukraine.New Homes for Old
Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge
The Ukrainian Rada, also, agreed to a suspension of hostilities, by a vote of 29 to 8.
It is no new thing for the Ukrainian people to fight for liberty!The Next of Kin
Nellie L. McClung
- of or relating to Ukraine, its people, or their language
- the official language of Ukraine: an East Slavonic language closely related to Russian
- a native or inhabitant of Ukraine
Formerly called: Little Russian
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