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    Anonymous

    1. Dulichenko, Aleksandr D. “The Language of Carpathian Rus’: Genetic Aspects.” In Bogdan Horbal, Patricia A. Krafcik, and Elaine Rusinko eds. Carpatho-Rusyns and Their Neighbors: Essays in Honor of Paul Robert Magocsi. Fairfax, VA: Eastern Christian Publications, 2006, pp. 107-121.

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    #391621

    Anonymous

    Here is a "Rusyn dictionary": http://transatlas.com.ua/index.php?what=dictionary (select win-1251 as the character encoding if the chars are garbled).

    That's a page where speakers of Rusyn are invited to record their knowledge of Rusyn words. The resource is definitely not academic, but anyway, an interesting source of knowledge about the language.

    #391622

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Here is a "Rusyn dictionary": http://transatlas.com.ua/index.php?what=dictionary (select win-1251 as the character encoding if the chars are garbled).

    That's a page where speakers of Rusyn are invited to record their knowledge of Rusyn words. The resource is definitely not academic, but anyway, an interesting source of knowledge about the language.

    How can someone "select win-1251" to view this better?

    #391623

    Anonymous

    Depends on the browser you use. In Chrome: Settings menu -> Tools -> Encoding.

    Search for "Encoding" menu in your browser.

    #391624

    Anonymous

    I have Chrome, so I used your suggestion. Won't stay on win-1252 and doesn't un-jumble the site. ;-/ 

    But! Auto-detect worked…

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