Czech may refer to:
- Anything from or related to the Czech Republic, a country in Europe
- Czech language
- Czechs, the people of the area
- One of three mythical brothers, Lech, Czech and Rus
The word is also contained in the names of some places:
- Czech, Łódź Voivodeship (Poland)
- Czechville, Wisconsin (USA)
Read more about Czech: See Also
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... Ivan Honl (April 23, 1866, Zbýšov, Moravia - June 7, 1936, Lázně Běloves) was a Czech bacteriologist, serologist and activist in the struggle against tuberculosis ... Honl became one of founders of Czech microbiology ... In 1919 he was named head to the new Czech Bacteriological Institute (Ústav pro bakteriologii a sérologii Lékařské fakulty Univerzity Karlovy) ...
... Czech Republic 1 ... Brazil Sports Culture Palace, Ostrava, Czech Republic 08 Feb - 10 Feb 1 ... Jiří Novák 6 6 ... André Sá 2 ... Bohdan Ulihrach 6 ... Fernando Meligeni 3 ... Ji ...
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... Vchynský in Czech later (in modern Czech) Kinští, sg ... most illustrious noble families originating from Bohemia (in the present-day Czech Republic) ...
... The European Parliament election of 2004 in the Czech Republic was the election of MEP representing Czech Republic constituency for the 2004–2009 term of the European Parliament ... and hence the first to be held in the Czech Republic ... On a very low turnout, the ruling Czech Social Democratic Party suffered a heavy defeat, losing ground to both the conservative Civic Democratic Party and the Communist ...
Famous quotes containing the word czech:
“Im neither Czech nor Slovak ... Im still trying to figure out who I am. I think Im Jewish. But first I want to be human.”
—Natasha Dudinska (b. c. 1967)