Ruthenian



adjective
1.
Also, Ruthene [roo-theen] /ruˈθin/ (Show IPA). of or relating to the inhabitants of Ruthenia, Galicia, and neighboring regions.
noun
2.
one of the Ruthenian people.
3.
the dialect of Ukrainian spoken in Ruthenia.
4.
a member of a former Orthodox religious group that entered into communion with the Roman Catholic Church in 1596 and became the “Uniate Church of the Little Russians.”.
adjective
1.
of or relating to Ruthenia, its people, or their dialect of Ukrainian
noun
2.
a dialect of Ukrainian
3.
a native or inhabitant of Ruthenia

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