Bulgarian refers to anything of or relating to Bulgaria and may refer directly to:
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... Paisius of Hilendar (1722–1773), a monk from the south-western Bulgarian town of Bansko, wrote a short historical work ... It was the first work written in the modern Bulgarian vernacular and was also the first call for a national awakening ... In History of Slav-Bulgarians, Paissiy urged his compatriots to throw off subjugation to the Greek language and culture ...
... Bulgarian refers to anything of or relating to Bulgaria and may refer directly to Bulgarians, a Slavic-speaking ethnic group ... Bulgaria Bulgarian language, a Slavic language A citizen of Bulgaria ... For specific Bulgarians, see List of Bulgarians ...
... Ivan Lebanov (Bulgarian Иван Лебанов, born December 10, 1957) was a Bulgarian skier who competed from the 1970s to 1985. 1980 Winter Olympics in Lake Placid, New York, becoming the first Bulgarian to win a Winter Olympic medal ...
... of Ottoman rule was the most difficult in the history of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, to the same extent as it was the hardest in the history of the Bulgarian people ... During and immediately after the Ottoman conquest, the vast majority of the Bulgarian churches and monasteries, including the Patriarchal Cathedral ... were martyrs to the Church as many districts and almost all larger towns in the Bulgarian provinces of the Ottoman Empire were subjected to forceful conversion to Islam as ...
... Ilko Emilov Pirgov (Bulgarian Илко Пиргов, born 23 May 1986 in Blagoevgrad, Height 180 cm, Weight 70 kg) is a Bulgarian footballer, currently playing for Litex ... As a player of PFC CSKA Sofia he is a Bulgarian Cup winner in 2006 and Bulgarian Super Cup winner in the same year ...
More definitions of "Bulgarian":
- (noun): A Slavic language spoken in Bulgaria.
- (noun): A native or inhabitant of Bulgaria.
Famous quotes containing the word bulgarian:
“Americans are rather like bad Bulgarian wine: they dont travel well.”
—Bernard Falk (19431990)
“In the end we beat them with Levi 501 jeans. Seventy-two years of Communist indoctrination and propaganda was drowned out by a three-ounce Sony Walkman. A huge totalitarian system ... has been brought to its knees because nobody wants to wear Bulgarian shoes.... Now theyre lunch, and were number one on the planet.”
—P.J. (Patrick Jake)