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Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the name Zaika

Macedonian names and makeDonski pseudo-linguistics: The case of the name Zaika

Miltiades Elia Bolaris Balkan Illusion – phantasia archaica: “Zaika. This is one of the most interesting ancient Macedonian female names. It may represent a female form of the present day Macedonian “zajak” (rabbit). In any case, there are numerous examples of names taken from names of animals. The names Zaia (Zaja) and Zaiko (Zajko) are present in todays’ Macedonian onomasticon..” […]

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FYROM Diaspora

FYROM Diaspora

  As always it´s highly amusing to read another one of Risto Stefov´s articles. Starting from the opening statement, one notes the factual distortion present. For an individual who allegedly doesn´t care about what Greeks may claim about themselves; he certainly seems to waste much time and energy intentionally distorting texts and manipulating history in his articles and books, and […]

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The Nationalities of Europe, Robert Gordon Latham ,1863

Quote: The Bulgarians fall into two divisions, the Black Bulgarians and the Gaugauz.–The latter came from the Dobrudzha between 1804 and 1812, the former are subdivided in Black Bulgarians and Macedonians and Black Bulgarians of Rumanyo origin.The former came in 1830, the latter at the same time with the Gaugauz. The Gaugauz speak Turkish and write in the Romanyo Alphabete […]

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