Definitions for Ukrainian
yuˈkreɪ ni ən, -ˈkraɪ-Ukrain·ian
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the Slavic language spoken in the Ukraine
of or relating to or characteristic of Ukraine or its people or culture
A person of Ukrainian ethnicity or a citizen of Ukraine.
Relating to Ukraine or its people.
The East Slavic language of Ukrainians, and the official language of Ukraine.
Etymology: 1760 Ukranians, 1762 Ukrainian, 1764 Ukranian, 1799 Ukrainians. From.
The numerical value of Ukrainian in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Ukrainian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
When I researched what tools Ukrainian refugees had to get connected to hosts, they weren't very efficient, this website allows refugees to not have to sit on a curb in some European country during the winter while they wait for one overwhelmed group or another to connect them.
What’s happening in Ukraine is a crime and Russia is the aggressor. And there is only one person responsible for this, this man is Vladimir Putin, my father is Ukrainian, and my mother is Russian, they have never been enemies, and this necklace is a symbol – that Russia must immediately stop this war and our brotherly nations can still come together.
For us, the victory would mean appreciation of Ukrainian music, its uniqueness and beauty, the victory would also lift the spirit of Ukrainian people, who( have) not had any break( for) joy for more than two months.
A big offensive by the Ukrainian troops will mean many casualties among civilians, I am sorry, as well as among the military ... One cannot say Russia doesn't care about Donbass people. Therefore there is a chance Russia won't leave people in the (rebel-led) republics in need.
I got no concern, but you guys in the press and the Democrats are always going to make a big issue of it just like you did with the call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
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