Walachian

Wallachian

noun
  1. a native or inhabitant of Walachia
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Historical Examples of walachian

  • The Walachian is short in stature, but of a compact muscular frame of body.

    Austria

    Frederick Shoberl

  • He entered the Walachian army in 1838, and visited Paris in 1841 for purposes of study.

  • Besides these, there are two Walachian frontier regiments, and a third part of the Szekler hussars is formed from this nation.

    Austria

    Frederick Shoberl

  • Red boots complete her costume, the general appearance of which proclaims her a Walachian.

    Austria

    Frederick Shoberl

  • But the Walachian state was never very firmly constituted, and in 1525 the battle of Mohacz reduced it finally under Turkish rule.

    The Human Race

    Louis Figuier