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Pannonian Rusyn

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Author(s): Habijanec, Siniša
The Pannonian Rusyn language (also known as Bačka Rusyn, Bačka-Syrmia Rusyn, Vojvodinian Rusyn, Yugoslavian Rusyn, or South Rusyn language) is a Slavic microlanguage probably of East Slovak origin, spoken by circa 13,000 people in the province of Vojvodina in Serbia and in adjacent parts of Croatia as well. Pannonian Rusyn is the language of Greek Catholic settlers – Rusnaks – who had come from the northeastern parts of the Kingdom of Hungary to the Bačka region of Vojvodina in the mid-18th century and in later waves. The language is called  ruski  jazik or  ruska bešeda by its speakers.T…
Date: 2024-01-23

Rhythmic Law in Slovak (forthcoming)

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Author(s): Habijanec, Siniša
ForthcomingSiniša Habijanec
Date: 2024-01-23