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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Slovincian
Slovincian is an extinct dialect of the Pomeranian language, spoken between the lakes Gardno and Łebsko in Pomerania.
Slovincian died out as the everyday language of the community and had been replaced by Low German by the turn of the 20th century.
Slovincians began to ask for the right to emigrate to West Germany, and virtually all of the remaining Slovincian families had emigrated there by the 1980s, if they had not already been expelled there by the Polish military between 1945 and 1950.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Slovincian   (585 words)

  
  Slovincian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Slovincian is an extinct dialect of the Pomeranian language, spoken between the lakes Gardno and Łebsko in Pomerania.
Slovincian died out as the everyday language of the community and had been replaced by Low German by the turn of the 20th century.
Slovincians began to ask for the right to emigrate to West Germany, and virtually all families had emigrated there by the 1980s.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Slovincian   (541 words)

  
 Slovincian
Slovincian is an extinct dialect of the Pomeranian language, spoken between the lakes Gardno and Lebsko in Pomerania.
The ancestors of Slovincians probably came to their area some 1500 years ago, but might have resided in that region even much earlier than that, as part of the large tribe of Slavic Pomeranians.
Slovincians began to ask for the right to emigrate to Germany, and virtually all families had emigrated to Germany by the 1980s.
www.measuroo.com /eth-S/Slovincian.php   (498 words)

  
 Slovincian: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Slovincian is an extinct dialect of the Pomeranian language[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject], spoken between the lakes Gardno and Lebsko in Pomerania Pomerania (polish: pomorze, german languagegerman: pommern and pommerellen, pomeranian (kashubian): pòmòrze and pòmòrskô, latin: pomerania, pomorania) is a geographical and historical...
Slovincian was so closely related to Kashubian[Follow this hyperlink for a summary of this subject] that it could be regarded as its dialect.
Slowinski Park Narodowy - Slovincian National Park in the Pomeranian voivodship The pomeranian voivodship (in polish wojewdztwo pomorskie) is an administrative region or voivodship in northern poland within the historic region of eastern pomerania....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /s/slovincian   (927 words)

  
 Slovincian   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
He called them Slovincy, despite the fact that their language was so closely related to Kashubian that it could be regarded as its dialect.
Slovincians regarded themselves as Kashubs-Lutherans and their language as Kashubian.
The fact that the Slovincy took part in WWII on the German side prevented the new Polish government from regarding them as Slavic brothers.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/s/sl/slovincian.html   (217 words)

  
 Slovincian
The Slovincian language became extinct in the 20th century.
Slovincian was so closely related to Kashubian that it must be regarded as its dialect, but it is conventionally treated separately.
Slovincians regarded themseves as Kashubs-Lutherans and their language as Kashubian.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/sl/Slovincian.html   (54 words)

  
 Slovincian - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Slowinski Park Narodowy - Slovincian National Park in the Pomeranian voivodship).
Some Polish intellectuals wrote protest letters against such treatment of Pomerania's indigenous population to the Communist authorities, but that changed little.Slovincians began to ask for the right to emigrate to West Germany, and virtually all families had emigrated there by the 1980s.
Slovincian, See also, Languages of Poland, Languages of Germany and Slavic ethnic groups.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Slovincy   (535 words)

  
 Slovincian : Slovincian language
The Slovincian language became extinct in the 20th century.
Slovincian was so closely related to Kashubian that it must be regarded as its dialect, but it is conventionally treated separately.
Slovincians regarded themseves as Kashubs-Lutherans and their language as Kashubian.
www.fastload.org /sl/Slovincian_language.html   (93 words)

  
 Visit3city --__-- The Slovincian Coast - a land of sand hills,
On the Slovincian Coast, between Łeba and Rowy, is the biggest stretch of shifting dunes in Europe.
The Slovincian National Park is also included in the international RASMAR convention, which is involved in the protection of habitats of water birds and waders.
It’s also worth visiting Smołdzino, where the Slovincian National Park Museum is located and to climb the highest point in the area – Rowokol (a glacial mound).
www.visit3city.pl /strony_en/menu_77_kategoria_194.html   (286 words)

  
 Lekhitic languages: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This language group is a branch of the larger West Slavic language family The west slavic languages is a subdivision of the slavic language group (q.v.) that includes czech, polish languagepolish, slovak, and sorbian languagesorbian....
Slovincian Slovincian is an extinct dialect of the pomeranian language, spoken between the lakes gardno and lebsko in pomerania....
Croatian language The croatian language is a language of the western group of south slavic languages which is used primarily by the croats....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /l/lekhitic_languages   (482 words)

  
 Explore - Part 10
Situated on the Slovincian sea-coast, the town rapidly developed due to the vigorous trade with Scandinavia.
A castle from the 13th-14th centuries with a mighty gate tower and its own system of fortifications erected in the Wieprza river bifurcation reminds of both the times of the Baltic Sea pirates and the Hanseatic rule.
Another town on the Slovincian sea-coast is Koszalin, lying 10 kilometers inland.
www.poloniatoday.com /explore10.htm   (1614 words)

  
 Pomeranian language
It is a form of Low Saxon with Slavic influence.
Pomeranian is also a group of Lekhitic dialects, including Kashub and the extinct Slovincian.
These dialects were mainly spoken in eastern Pomerania, which today is included in Poland.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/po/Pomeranian_language.html   (68 words)

  
 EZGeography - Lekhitic languages
The Lechitic languages include three or possibly four languages spoken in eastern Europe, principally in Poland.
(The precise classification of Slovincian is somewhat disputed).
This language group is a branch of the larger West Slavic language family.
www.ezgeography.com /encyclopedia/Lekhitic   (97 words)

  
 Projekat Rastko - Kašubi / Kaszëbë / Kaszuby   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Since the middle of the 10th century, Kashuby shared the history of Eastern Pomerania, which enjoyed considerable autonomy especially since the middle of the 11th century, and was ruled by its own dynasty in the second half of the 12th century.
The history of the Kashubians as the last Baltic West Slavonic tribe and their cultural and ethnic identity is closely tied with the history of Polish culture and language.
An etymological dictionary (by W. Boryś and H. Popowska-Taborska) and a dictionary of the extinct Slovincian dialect (by Z. Sobierajski) are forthcoming.
www.rastko.net /rastko-ka/content/view/191/26   (3268 words)

  
 Warsaw Voice - The Shifting Sands of Time
Isolated from the outer world by marshes, the tiny village of Kluki, about one kilometer west of Łebsko, is the place where slovincian traditions survived longest.
Cattle grazing among the buildings, fruit trees, vegetable and flower gardens, drying peat, farming and fishing tools scattered around, all recreate an old-time Slovincian village and fill it with life.
Every year the museum holds a variety of folk events and outdoor festivals, during which you can try your hand at activities such as baking bread, spinning and weaving, sewing and repairing fishnets, making horseshoes, picking fruit and vegetables or making jams.
www.warsawvoice.pl /view/6261   (762 words)

  
 Lekhitic
In the early Middle Ages, before their speakers had become Germanized, Pomeranian languages and dialects were spoken along the Baltic in an area extending from the lower Vistula River to the lower Oder River.
Kashubian and Slovincian survived into the 20th century; there were still a considerable number of native speakers of Kashubian in Poland and Canada in the 1990s.
The extinct Polabian language, which bordered the Sorbian dialects in eastern Germany, was spoken by the Slavic population of the Elbe River region until the 17th or 18th century; a dictionary and some phrases written in the language exist.
www.rkp-montreal.org /en/05lekhitic   (133 words)

  
 Slavonic languages
To the West Slavic branch belong Polish and other Lekhitic languages (Kashubian and its archaic variant Slovincian), Upper and Lower Sorbian (also called Lusatian or Wendish), Czech, and Slovak.
Slovincian—now extinct—belonged to the Northern group of Kashubian dialects, which is distinguished from a Southern group.
Kashubian dialects (including Slovincian) are considered to be the remnants of a Pomeranian subgroup within the Lekhitic group.
www.rkp-montreal.org /en/05slavoniclanguages.html   (5789 words)

  
 Kashubian - UniLang Wiki
It is spoken by 320 000 people in the Pomeranian Province, at the Baltic Sea.
Together with Polish and extinct Polabian, Slovincian (Pomeranian, very close to Kashubian) and the languages of the Slavonic tribes living in Rügen, Brandenburg and Mecklenburg, it forms the Lekhitic group (the northern subgroup of the west-Slavonic languages).
Comparing it with the closest, Polish language, Kashubian is still keeping ancient Polish vocabulary, a special (double) number, or phonemes that do not exist in Polish anymore.
home.unilang.org /main/wiki2/index.php/Kashubian   (213 words)

  
 Polish Origins: The Kashubs
Within the Pomeranian group, the Slovincians survived on the shores of Lakes Leba and Gardno until the beginning of the 20
As late as 1945 there still remained a few older people who could utter some phrases in Slovincian.
The eastern-most group of the Pomeranians are the Kashubs.
www.kubiatowicz.com /kashubs.htm   (753 words)

  
 Dead And Endangered Languages (page 2) | Antimoon Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Nationmaster.com says, in part: " Slovincian died out and was replaced by Low German at the turn of the 20th century...Slovincian was so closely related to Kashubian that it could be regarded as its dialect."
I glanced through a book on Kashubian many years ago and it said that the last speaker died in 1913.
It probably did say that it was just the last speaker of the Slovincian dialect who died in that year and I didn't read the fine print.
www.antimoon.com /forum/posts/6796-2.htm   (3005 words)

  
 GoPoland! Web Travel Guide to Poland
Besides viewing the architectural sites in these once-Hanseatic towns, you can enjoy music in the Opera in the Woods in Sopot or at the music fest in Kamien Pomorski.
If you'd like a taste of the coast as well as the unique sand dunes to the south, take the red trail from Leba into the Slovincian National Park (only one of several national preserves in the region).
In addition to hiking or biking your way through nature, you can also kayak down the hundreds of lakes linked by rivers.
www.gopoland.com /wheretogo/regions/pomerania.shtml   (402 words)

  
 Additional Dictionaries
It is assumed that it evolved from the language spoken by some tribes of Pomeranians called Kashubians, in the region of Pomerania on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea between the Vistula and Oder rivers.
It is closely related to Slovincian, and both of them are Pomeranian language dialects.
Many Polish linguists still call it a dialect of Polish.
www.popdict.com /dict_kashubian.htm   (102 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Slovincian
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