Ukrainian vs Kobzar - What's the difference?

ukrainian | kobzar |


As nouns the difference between ukrainian and kobzar

is that ukrainian is (countable) a person of ukrainian ethnicity or a citizen of ukraine while kobzar is an itinerant ukrainian bard, often blind, who played the kobza.

As a proper noun ukrainian

is the east slavic language of ukrainians, and the official language of ukraine.

As an adjective ukrainian

is relating to ukraine or its people.

ukrainian

Alternative forms

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Noun

(en noun)
  • (countable) A person of Ukrainian ethnicity or a citizen of Ukraine.
  • Synonyms

    * Little Russian, Malo-Russian (obsolete) * Rusnak, Rusniac, Rusniak, Russniak, Russniac, Rousniak, Rusnak (archaic) * Ruthenian (historical), Ruthene, Ruthen, Rutene (archaic) * Uke, Ukie (informal) * Ukrainer (qualifier) * bohunk, hunky (pejorative)

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • The East Slavic language of Ukrainians, and the official language of Ukraine.
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • Relating to Ukraine or its people.
  • Synonyms

    * Little Russian, Malo-Russian (obsolete) * Rusnak, Rusniac, Rusniak, Russniak, Russniac, Rousniak, Rusnak (archaic) * Ruthenian (historical), Ruthene, Ruthen, Rutene (archaic) * Ukie (informal)

    Derived terms

    * Ukrainian American, Ukrainian-American * Ukrainian Canadian, Ukrainian-Canadian * Ukrainian Catholic, Ukrainian Greek Catholic * Ukrainian Christmas * Ukrainian Easter * Ukrainian Easter egg * Ukrainian Orthodox, Ukrainian Greek Orthodox

    See also

    * – Words in Ukrainian *

    Quotations

    * (Ukraine)

    kobzar

    English

    Noun

    (en-noun) (wikipedia kobzar)
  • An itinerant Ukrainian bard, often blind, who played the kobza.