Romanian word for the Gypsies
(the T has a comma under it, making is pronounced as Ts/Tz)
Am cumparat o masina de la un tigan.
(I bought a car from a gypsy.)
Derogatory term for Jews within Romanian speaking areas of Eastern Europe.
Pronunced as the phonetic "Zhi:da:n" (long a and i)
Ce jidan imputit!
(What a filthy Jew!)
One of several Slavic and Germanic words used to describe the Romanian, Aromanian, Istro-Romanian, Timoc (Timok) Vlachs, and Megleno-Romanian people...
Used as Vlach, Vlah, Valah, Valach, Olah, Voloh, Voloch, Woloch, Walach...
Originally referring to Latin Speakers and specifically the Latin speaking shepherds of the Balkans, who became the modern day Romanians.
the region of Wallachia (Walachia) - as said in English is part of Romania, known in the past and Romanian as both "Valahia" & "Teara Rumaneasca" (old Romanian for "Tara Romaneasca")- meaning The Romanian Land...