Maybe, but it doesn't change much as the thing is Slovak in this case.

You have a point there.
Somewhere I read that Nestor's documents were translated in Prague in interwar period, and that translators changed "sloven" to "slověn", because they though Slovaks may start to identify themselves with Sloveni. I don't know if it's true or not.


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