Definitions for Bulgarian
bʌlˈgɛər i ən, bʊl-bul·gar·i·an
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word Bulgarian.
a native or inhabitant of Bulgaria
a Slavic language spoken in Bulgaria
of or relating to or characteristic of Bulgaria or its people
"the Bulgarian capital is Sofia"
native from Bulgaria.
Relating to Bulgaria, its people or the Bulgarian language.
The official language of Bulgaria.
"Bulgarian" typically refers to something related to Bulgaria, a country located in Southeastern Europe. It can refer to: 1. A person of Bulgarian descent or someone born in Bulgaria. 2. The Bulgarian language, which is an Indo-European language, a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic language family. 3. Anything related to the culture, history, cuisine or norms of Bulgaria.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
bul-gā′ri-an, adj. pertaining to Bulgaria or its language.—n. a native of Bulgaria: the Bulgarian language (Slavonic).—n. Bul′gar, a member of an ancient Finnic or Ugrian tribe which moved from the Volga towards Bulgaria.—adj. Bulgar′ic.—n. the ancient language of the foregoing.
The numerical value of Bulgarian in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Bulgarian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
It's a shame that Bulgarian railways are in such a poor condition, you need more than eight hours to reach the Black Sea from Sofia, it's just ridiculous.
They probably suffocated inside the truck. We are talking about human trafficking, homicide, even murder, we are likely looking at a Bulgarian-Hungarian people smuggling ring.
Obviously, we have to close the borders and show that there is no border between Bulgaria and Greece, and when they see that their blockade is not important, then they may realize that this is not the way to tie Bulgarian road carriers or Bulgarian citizens’ hands ...
We think the Russian and Bulgarian partners must continue on a legal basis, otherwise we would violate the contract, which was signed with Bulgaria rather than with the EU as a partner in 2006.
At the current moment there is no proposal whatsoever to the Bulgarian government upon which we can start discussions.
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