Partizan

Partizan is the Serbo-Croatian, Macedonian, Russian, Bulgarian, Polish and Slovene term for a partisan. It is usually used in those languages to denote a member of the World War II resistance movement, the Yugoslav Partisans, which are always mentioned in those languages without the adjective "Yugoslav", i.e. simply as "Partisans" or "Partizani" (plural of "Partizan").

Partizan is also a variant spelling of Partisan (weapon).

The term may also refer to:

in sports
  • Partizan Belgrade (Sports Association Partizan), a sports society from Belgrade, Serbia
    • FK Partizan (Football Club Partizan), the association's football club
      • Partizan Stadium, the club's stadium
    • KK Partizan, the association's basketball club
    • VK Partizan, the association's water polo club
    • RK Partizan, the association's handball club
    • OK Partizan, the association's volleyball club
    • HK Partizan, the association's ice hockey club
  • FK Partizan Momišići, a football club based in Momišići, Montenegro
  • NK Partizan, a Slovenian football club
  • KK Igokea Partizan, a basketball club from Aleksandrovac, Bosnia
  • FK Partizan Kosovska Mitrovica, a Serbian football club from Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo (Serbia).
  • RK Bjelovar, a club previously known as Partizan Bjelovar
  • FC Partizan Minsk, a club previously known as MTZ-RIPO Minsk
other meanings
  • Prvi Partizan, a Serbian ammunition manufacturer.
  • Partizan Press, the UK company that published Valkyrie magazine
  • Partisan games, also known as partizan games
  • Partizan Midi-Minuit, the company that made the 2004 ads for 7-Up featuring Fido Dido.
  • Partizan (band), a Romanian alternative rock band

Other articles related to "partizan":

Serbian Hockey League - League Champions
... Hockey League 1991–92 – KHK Red Star 1992–93 – KHK Red Star 1993–94 – HK Partizan 1994–95 – HK Partizan 1995–96 – KHK Red Star 1996–97 – KHK Red ...
Milan Perić - Partizan
... On July 5, 2008 Perić signed a 4-year contract with Serbian Partizan ... against PAOK FC where he scored a goal for Partizan in their 2-1 loss ...
Slobodan Soro - Club Career - VK Partizan
... In July 2010, the goalkeeper of VK Partizan and Serbian national team, signed a new two-year contract with Serbian champions ... Partizan had financial problems, so that at one time Soro's stay at the club was questioned, but in the end it was all denied by him signing a new contract ...
Lamine Diarra - Club Career - Partizan
... On 4 July 2007, Diarra signed a three-year contract with Partizan and was given the number 26 shirt ... He made his official debut for Partizan in a UEFA Cup qualifier against his former club Zrinjski Mostar, on 19 July 2007, in which he scored three goals ... Diarra made 31 league appearances for Partizan, scoring 12 goals, during the 2007–08 season ...

Famous quotes containing the word partizan:

    A Tory..., since the revolution, may be defined in a few words, to be a lover of monarchy, though without abandoning liberty; and a partizan of the family of Stuart. As a Whig may be defined to be a lover of liberty though without renouncing monarchy; and a friend to the settlement in the protestant line.
    David Hume (1711–1776)