Definition of Chuvash

1. Noun. A member of a people of Turkic speech living in the Volga region in eastern Russia.

Generic synonyms: Turki



2. Noun. The Turkic language spoken by the Chuvash.

Definition of Chuvash

1. Adjective. From, or pertaining to, Chuvashia ¹

2. Noun. Someone from, or pertaining to Chuvashia ¹

3. Proper noun. An agglutinative language of the Bolgar branch of the Turkic language family and is spoken west of the Ural mountains in central Russia. Chuvash is the native language of the '''Chuvash''' people and an official language of Chuvashia. It is spoken by about two million people. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chuvash

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Church of the Brethren
Churchianity
Churchill
Churchill Downs
Churchillian
Churchward
Churg
Churrigueresque
Churu
Chuvash (current term)
Chuvash Autonomous Oblast
Chuvashes
Chuvashia
Chvostek
Chvostek's sign
Chvostek sign
Chvostek signs
Chypre
Chypres
Chytridiaceae
Chytridiales
Chytridiomycetes
Chœropsis
Chænactis

Literary usage of Chuvash

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1. The Complete Works of Count Tolstoy by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"One says to the Chuvash: " Do you feel in yourself anything outside your body ?" — Every Chuvash will say that he feels something spiritual, thinking, ..."

2. Works by Leo Tolstoy (1905)
"One says to the Chuvash: " Do you feel in yourself anything outside your body ?" — Every Chuvash will say that he feels something spiritual, thinking, ..."

3. World's Columbian Exposition 1893, Chicago: Catalogue of the Russian Section by Soviet Union General'nyi kommisar russkogo otdiela vsemirnoi kolumbovoi vystavki v Chicago (1893)
"Chuvash women's ornaments. From Cheboksary district. 4. ... Ancient Chuvash towel. 11. Samples of towels, table clothes, napkins etc. ..."

4. Catalogue of the Russian Section by Russia Ministerstvo finansov, Russia, Ministerstvo finansov (1893)
"Chuvash women's ornaments. From Cheboksary district. 4. ... Collection of towels, table clothes etc. 10. Ancient Chuvash towel. 11. ..."

5. Report by British and Foreign Bible Society (1892)
"Chuvash (Russian character).— The Four Gospels, translated by M. ... The Chuvash are said to number one million souls. ..."

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