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Slav•o•phile



Pronunciation: (slä'vu-fīl", -fil, slav'u-), [key]
n.
1. a person who greatly admires the Slavs and Slavic ways.
2. one of a group of mid-19th century Russian intellectuals who favored traditional cultural practices over Western innovations, esp. in political and religious life.

adj.
admiring or favoring the Slavs and Slavic interests, aims, customs, etc. Also,Slav•o•philPronunciation: (slä'vu-fil, slav'u-). [key]

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