the eastern part of the Roman Empire, especially after the division in a.d. 395, having its capital at Constantinople: survived the fall of the Western Roman Empire in a.d. 476.
the eastern of the two empires created by the division of the Roman Empire in 395 ad See also Byzantine Empire
noun 1. the eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay, including parts of Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.
plural noun 1. See under (def 1). [slahv, slav] /slɑv, slæv/ noun 1. one of a group of peoples in eastern, southeastern, and central Europe, including the Russians and Ruthenians (Eastern Slavs) the Bulgars, Serbs, Croats, Slavonians, Slovenes, etc. (Southern Slavs) and the Poles, Czechs, Moravians, Slovaks, etc. (Western Slavs) adjective 2. of, relating to, […]
noun 1. a group of languages belonging to the Nilo-Saharan family, spoken in eastern and central Africa and including the Nilotic languages.
noun 1. See under (def 2). [threys] /θreɪs/ noun 1. an ancient region of varying extent in the E part of the Balkan Peninsula: later a Roman province; now in Bulgaria, Turkey, and Greece. 2. a modern region corresponding to the S part of the Roman province: now divided between Greece (Western Thrace) and Turkey […]