Wends

Northwestern Slavonic peoples who settled east of the rivers Elbe and Saale in the 6th-8th centuries. By the 12th century most had been forcibly Christianized and absorbed by invading Germans; a...
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Wends

Wends noun plural ; sing. Wend . (Ethnol.) A Slavic tribe which once occupied the northern and eastern parts of Germany, of which a small remnant exists.
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wends

<ethnology> A Slavic tribe which once occupied the northern and eastern parts of Germany, of which a small remnant exists. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Wends

• (n. pl.) A Slavic tribe which once occupied the northern and eastern parts of Germany, of which a small remnant exists.
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Wends

Wends (Winedas, Old Norse: Vindr, Wenden, Winden, Vendere, Vender, Wendowie) is a historic name for West Slavs living near Germanic settlement areas. It does not refer to a homogeneous people, but to various peoples, tribes or groups depending on where and when it is used. Today, it is used either in historical contexts or as a catch-all term for
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Wends

Wends or Sorbs,Slavic people (numbering about 60,000) of Brandenburg and Saxony, E Germany, in Lusatia. They speak Lusatian (also known as Sorbic or Wendish), a West Slavic language with two main dialects: Upper Lusatian, nearer to Czech, and Lower Lusatian, nearer to Polish. The towns of Bautzen (U...
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Wends

Northwestern Slavonic peoples who settled east of the rivers Elbe and Saale in the 6th–8th centuries. By the 12th century most had been forcibly Christianized and absorbed by invading Germans; a few preserved their identity and survive as the Sorbs of Lusatia (eastern Germany/Poland)
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