Ukrainian may refer to:

  • Something of, from, or related to Ukraine
  • Ukrainians, people from Ukraine or of Ukrainian descent
  • Something relating to Ukrainian culture
  • Ukrainian language, an East Slavic language and the official state language of Ukraine
  • Ukrainian cuisine

Other articles related to "ukrainian, ukrainians":

Georgiy Gongadze - Career
... Union, Gongadze was the son of a Georgian politician father and a Ukrainian nurse mother ... the election." Visiting New York in January 2000 with other Ukrainian journalists, he warned of "the strangulation of the freedom of speech and information in our state." In April 2000 ... to Ukraine's chief prosecutor about harassment from the SBU, the Ukrainian secret police, directed towards himself and his Ukrayinska Pravda colleagues and apparently ...
Ukrainian Latin Alphabet - History
... Ukrainian was occasionally written in the Latin script as far back as the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, in publications using the Polish and ... were attempts to introduce the Latin script into Ukrainian writing, by Josyp Łozynśkyj, a Ukrainian scholar and priest from Ľviv (Josyp Łozynski Ivanovyč, Ruskoje wesile, 1834), Tomasz Padura, and ... The use of the Latin script for Ukrainian was promoted by authorities in Galicia under the Austrian Habsburg Empire ...
Ukrainian Latin Alphabet
... A Latin alphabet for the Ukrainian language (called Latynka) has been proposed or imposed several times in the history in Ukraine, but has never ... promoted as a way of facilitating the Ukrainian integration within the European Union ... In Ukrainian Ukrayins’ka Latynka or Latynytsia (Українська Латинка, Латиниця) ...
Georgiy Gongadze - Name Spelling Disambiguation
... Георгій or Ґія Ґонґадзе (Heorhiy or Giia Gongadze) in Ukrainian, and Георгий Гонгадзе (Georgiy Gongadze) in Russian ... Ukrainian officials often refer to him as Heorhiy Honhadze, as per the pronunciation of the letter Г (H) in Ukrainian, but not of the letter Ґ (G) ... After a recent linguistic reform, Ukrainians have recovered the letter Ґ (Ghe with upturn) for G, a letter which had been banned during the Soviet Union ...