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Title: Iazychie  
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Subject: East Slavic languages, Ukraine/New article announcements/Archive 2006 3, Meillet's law, Havlík's law, Illič-Svityč's law
Collection: East Slavic Languages, Extinct Languages of Europe
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Iazychie (Ukrainian: Язичіє, Yazychiye) was a language used in the nineteenth century by Ukrainian Russophiles to provide a bridge between the local dialect and that of standard literary Russian. Iazychie was used in their publications in East Galicia until the twentieth century, when it was replaced with Russian. The language was an artificial mixture of Russian and Church Slavonic with Ukrainian pronunciation and regionalisms.

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