albanian

  1. a native or inhabitant of Albania
  2. the Indo-European language spoken by the people of Albania

Albanian

[horse] Alumni of Gheorghe Lazăr National College, Bucharest, Romania. ...
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Albanian

[adj] - of or relating to Albania or its people or language or culture 2. [n] - a native or inhabitant of Albania 3. [n] - the Indo-European language spoken by the people of Albania
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Albanian

People of Albanian culture from Albania and the surrounding area. The Albanian language belongs to a separate group within the Indo-European family and has an estimated 3-4 million speakers....
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Albanian

Al·ba'ni·an adjective Of or pertaining to Albania, a province of Turkey. -- noun A native of Albania.
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Albanian

adjective of or relating to Albania or its people or language or culture
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Albanian

• (n.) A native of Albania. • (a.) Of or pertaining to Albania, a province of Turkey.
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Albanian

(from the article `Macedonia`) Continued friction between ethnic Albanian and ethnic Macedonian parties as well as within the ethnic Albanian political spectrum characterized ... ...Ethnic Albanian and Serbian leaders remained divided over Kosovo`s final status. Though the region was under UN administration and under the ... The orig...
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Albanian

Albanian (Shqip) days e hënë [mandi] (Monday) e martë [tjuuzdi] (Tuesday) e mërkurë [wenzdi] (Wednesday) e enjte [thëërzdi] (Thursday) e premte [frajdi] (Friday) e shtunë [sŠtërdi] (Saturday) e dielë (djelë) [sandi] (Sunday) Hënë, or Hanë(e) is vernacular for `moon.” Martë and Mërkure refer to Mars and Mercury, re...
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Albanian

People of Albanian culture from Albania and the surrounding area. The Albanian language belongs to a separate group within the Indo-European family and has an estimated 3–4 million speakers. There are both Christian and Muslim Albanians, the latter having been converted by the Ottoman Turks. Albanians comprise the majority of the Kosovo re...
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