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Dictionary Polish English: Subject "hist"

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 Historia / History
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hist. babiloński {adj}Babylonian
hist. staroegipski {adj}ancient Egyptian
hist. starogrecki {adj}ancient Greek
hist. lit. teatr Ajschylos {m}Aeschylus
hist. arcyksiążę {m} [osob.]archduke
hist. lit. teatr Arystofanes {m}Aristophanes
geogr. hist. Asyria {f}Assyria
geogr. hist. Babilon {m}Babylon
hist. pol. Bengal {m}Bengal
geogr. hist. Białoruś {f}Belorussia [dated] [name during days of Imperial Russia]
hist. naut. birema {f}bireme
hist. pol. Birma {f}Burma
hist. cech {m}guild
hist. socjol. chłopstwo {n}peasantry
hist. chronologia {f}chronology
foto. hist. dagerotyp {m} [arch.]daguerrotype [dated]
hist. naut. diera {f}bireme
hist. ptak dodo {m}dodo
archeo. hist. egiptologia {f}Egyptology
hist. epoka {f}period
hist. lit. teatr Eschyl {m} [Ajschylos]Aeschylus
gramat. hist. etymologia {f}etymology
hist. lit. teatr Eurypides {m}Euripides
bibl. hist. relig. faryzeusz {m} [osob.]Pharisee
hist. sztuka Fidiasz {m}Phidias
hist. Filareci {} [osob.]Filaret Association
hist. Filomaci {} [osob.]Philomaths
hist. roln. folwark {m} [arch.]grange [archaic]
hist. fronda {f}Fronde
hist. naut. galeon {m}galleon
hist. galernik {m} [osob.]galley slave
geogr. hist. Galicja {f} [Europa Środkowa]Galicia [Eastern Europe]
hist. gallikanizm {m}Gallicanism
hist. zawód giermek {m} [osob.] [arch.]squire [archaic]
hist. historiografia {f}historiography
hist. jansenizm {m}Jansenism
hist. pol. relig. kalif {m} [osob.]caliph
hist. pol. relig. kalifat {m}caliphate
hist. naut. karawela {f}caravel
hist. karoca {f}carriage [horse-drawn]
hist. zawód kołodziej {m} [osob.]wheelwright
hist. naut. uzbr. kordelas {m}cutlass
hist. pol. królestwo {n}kingdom
hist. woj. kusza {f}crossbow
hist. kwietyzm {m}quietism
hist. lennik {m} [osob.]vassal
geogr. hist. Lewant {m}Levant
hist. zool. mamut {m}mammoth
archeo. hist. mezolit {m}Mesolithic Era
hist. relig. misterium {n} [sztuka religijna opowiadająca historię z Biblii]mystery play [presenting Biblical scenes] [dated]
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