From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
enThis user is a native speaker of the English language.
sv-2Denna användare har kunskaper på mellannivå i svenska.
hu-1Ez a szerkesztő alapszinten beszéli a magyar nyelvet.
tyv-1Бо киржикчи шала тывалаар.
la-1Hic usor simplici latinitate contribuere potest.
<html>This user can write HTML.
Human Language Families (wikicolors).pngThis user is a member of
WikiProject Languages.
Search user languages


  • I have cousins who are related to the famous Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik.
  • My great uncle was a major league baseball player, Frank Joseph Doljack.
  • I was a DJ briefly at KUCI, keeping independent radio alive.
  • Borsodi is a Hungarian beer.
  • My Slovak ancestors came from Borsod.
  • My German ancestors apparently were all Donau-Schwabians.
  • My Slovenian ancestors come from Samatorca, near Trieste in Italy, and Slavina in Postojna, Slovenia.
  • Doljak appears to be a surname originating from the area around Gorica. It also appears with alternate spellings Doujak and Dovjak.

Useful stuff[edit]

See also[edit]


  • Riese, Timothy (2001), Vogul, Languages of the World/Materials 158, Lincom Europa, ISBN 3895862312
  • Törkenczy, Miklós (1997), Hungarian Verbs & Essentials of Grammar, Passport Books, ISBN 0844283509
  • Thompson, E.A. (1996), The Huns, The Peoples of Europe (Revised ed.), Oxford: Blackwell, ISBN 0631214437
  • Nicolle, David; McBride, Angus (1990), Attila and the Nomad Hordes, Osprey Military Elite Series, ISBN 0850459966
  • Maenchen-Helfen, Otto (1944–1945), "Huns and Hsiung-Nu", Byzantion, 17: 222–243
  • Maenchen-Helfen, Otto (1944–1945), "The Legend of the Origin of the Huns", Byzantion, 17: 244–251
  • Mänchen-Helfen, Otto (1992) [1931]. Journey to Tuva. Los Angeles: Ethnographic Press University of Southern California. p. 180. ISBN 187898604-X.
13This user joined Wikipedia 13 years, 2 months, and 27 days ago as of January 16, 2019.