As proper nouns the difference between thracian and gaida
is that thracian
is (uncountable) the extinct language formerly spoken in thrace while gaida
As an adjective thracian
is of or pertaining to.
As a noun thracian
is (countable) an inhabitant of thrace, regardless of ethnicity.
of or pertaining to .
(countable) An inhabitant of Thrace, regardless of ethnicity.
(countable) A member of a group of tribes who spoke the language .
(en proper noun
(uncountable) the extinct language formerly spoken in Thrace.
An ancient Thracian bagpipe, variations of which are still played in the Balkans.