• (noun): A native or inhabitant of Belgium.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on belgian:

Belgian Nationalism - Advocates
... Belgische Unie/Union Belge (BUB/Belgian Union), Belgian centrist Unionist political party, officially bilingual but in practice mainly Dutch-speaking ... Le Front national (National Front), Belgian French-speaking nationalist far-right political party, is advocating Belgian nationalism, and also tries to attract Flemish voters ... Historically, Rexism, Belgian French-speaking fascist political party, has advocated a version of corporatist identity centered on Belgian nationalism ...
Wilfried Van Moer
... Wilfried van Moer (born 1 March 1945, Beveren-Waas) is a former Belgian football player who won the Belgian Golden Shoe three times, first in 1966 while at ... then in the third tier of the Belgian League ... established international was at the time a Belgian record ...
Olivier Carette
... Olivier Carette (born 31 December 1967) is a Belgian former association football and futsal player ... With Racing Jet he promoted to the Belgian League in 1986, and he also played in the Belgian top flight for K.S.K ...
Engineers Without Borders (Belgium) - Overview
... (ACODEV) and is approved by the General Directorate for International Cooperation of the Belgian Federal Government (DGCI) ...
Ethnic Groups In Rwanda - German and Belgian Colonization
... Germany’s defeat in World War I allowed Belgian forces to conquer Rwanda ... Belgian involvement in the region was far more intrusive than German administration ... Influenced by racialized attitudes, Belgian social scientists declared that the Tutsis, who wielded political control in Rwanda, must be descendants of the Hamites, who shared a ...

More definitions of "Belgian":

  • (adj): Of or relating to or characteristic of Belgium or the Belgian people.
    Example: "The Belgian Queen"

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