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 Translation for 'Corsican' from English to Russian
ADJ   Corsican | - | -
NOUN   a Corsican | Corsicans
корсиканский {adj}Corsican
этн.
корсиканец {м}
Corsican
этн.
корсиканка {ж}
Corsican [female]
зоол.T
корсиканский заяц {м} [Lepus corsicanus]
Corsican hare
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Usage Examples English
  • On 20 August 1662, a brawl erupting between some Corsican soldiers controlling the bridge and Frenchmen belonging to the retinue of the French ambassador triggered the Corsican Guard Affair and had as effect the disbanding of the Corsican Guard, a corp of mercenaries originating from the island having police duties in Rome.
  • The Constitution, written in 1755 for the short-lived Corsican Republic, was written in Italian and Paoli proclaimed Italian as the sole official language of Corsica.
  • However, the issue of Corsican autonomy and greater powers for the Corsican Assembly continues to hold sway over Corsican politics.
  • I Muvrini is a Corsican folk music group, who sing traditional Corsican music in their native Corsican language.
  • The Corsican finch ("Carduelis corsicana"), also known as the Corsican citril finch or Mediterranean citril finch, is a bird in the true finch family, Fringillidae.

  • The site holds all species of Corsican amphibians, and contains several reptiles and amphibians of European interest including European leaf-toed gecko ("Euleptes europaea"), Corsican painted frog ("Discoglossus montalentii"), Tyrrhenian painted frog ("Discoglossus sardus") and Corsican brook salamander ("Euproctus montanus").
  • Other tree species include Stone pine, Corsican Black pine ("Pinus nigra var. ...
  • Alte Voce is a Corsican group, who sing Corsican music in the Corsican language.
  • At the other end of the scale, the Corsican red deer ("C. ...
  • On December 2017 Free Sicilians has congratulated the Corsican nationalist alliance "Pè a Corsica" for the success in the Corsican territorial election.

  • Despite having special status as a semi-autonomous region, only 40 minutes per week are devoted to the Corsican language.
  • of the corsican militia, which at that time (and until its formal disbanding in 1662) constituted the backbone of the pope's army.
  • ... Vico, 1887 - Vico, 1966) was a Corsican politician and writer who supported Corsican independence from France.
  • Two subspecies of large mammal herbivore, the European mouflon ("Ovis aries musimon") and Corsican red deer ("Cervus elaphus corsicanus"), are endemic to Corsica and Sardinia.
  • The Union of the Corsican People (UPC) (Corsican: "Unione di u Populu Corsu") was a political party in Corsica, France, founded by Max Simeoni on July 4, 1977, which represented the branch of Corsican nationalism favouring self-government.

  • "Brousse" (French appellation from Provençal "brousso"; corsican "brócciu") is a white and lumpy whey cheese from Provence, Corsica and north-western Italy.
  • Jean-Guy Talamoni ([...]; born 6 May 1960) is a French politician and Corsican nationalist, who was President of the Corsican Assembly from 17 December 2015 to 1 July 2021.
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