Pan–Slavism

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noun Pan–Slav·ism \ˌpan-ˈslä-ˌvi-zəm, -ˈsla-\

Definition of Pan–Slavism

  1. :  a political and cultural movement originally emphasizing the cultural ties between the Slavic peoples but later associated with Russian expansionism

Pan–Slavic

play \-ˈsla-vik, -ˈslä-\ adjective

Pan–Slavist

play \-ˈslä-vist, -ˈsla-\ noun

1850

First Known Use of pan–slavism

1850


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