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Carpatho-Rusyn language

LC control 96007026
LC classificationPG3990 PG3990.95
Topical headingCarpatho-Rusyn language
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Variant(s)Carpathian language (Carpatho-Rusyn)
Carpatho-Russian language
Carpatho-Ruthenian language
Rusyn language
Ruthenian language (Carpatho-Rusyn)
See alsoEurope, Eastern--Languages
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Slavic languages, Eastern
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Found inWork cat.: Malyi grekokatolytskyi katekhizm ori rusynskyy dity, 1992.
Ethnologue: index (Carpatho-Rusyn; alt for Rusyn) p. 450, under (Europe-Czechoslovakia; Rusyn (Ruthenian, Carpathian, Carpatho-Rusyn); Genetic affiliation: Indo-European, Slavic, East)
LC database, 7/6/96 (Carpatho-Russian language; Carpatho-Ruthenian language)
The Times guide to the peoples of Europe, c1994.
Analysis of current events, "A new Slavic language for a distinct Slavic people,": v. 6, no. 9, May 1995, p. 5, etc. (a result of democratic reforms have brought emancipation to certain peoples, among them the Rusyns, or Carpatho Rusyns (most esp. those living in Slovakia); on Jan. 27, 1995 the existence of the Rusyn language as a new Slavic language was proclaimed by the Rusyn Renaissance Society of Slovakia)
Magocsi, P.R. Carpatho-Rusyns, 1995 (since 1989 there has been a Carpatho-Rusyn national revival in all countries where they live and efforts have been undertaken, esp. in Slovakia and Poland, to create a standard Carpatho-Rusyn literary lang. for use in schools and pub. Today there are Rusyn-language newspapers, journals, and books)