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'''Polish''' is a [[Slavic language]] spoken in [[Poland]]. It remained largely an unwritten language until 1500 as all official documents were written in [[Latin]].
 
'''Polish''' is a [[Slavic language]] spoken in [[Poland]]. It remained largely an unwritten language until 1500 as all official documents were written in [[Latin]].
  
Oddly enough it's the only word in the England language (adopted or otherwise) that completely changes its meaning when you change it from a proper to a regular noun.
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Oddly enough it's the only word in the English language (adopted or otherwise) that completely changes its meaning when you change it from a proper to a regular noun.
 
[[Category:Language]]
 
[[Category:Language]]

Latest revision as of 03:56, 23 January 2006

Polish is a Slavic language spoken in Poland. It remained largely an unwritten language until 1500 as all official documents were written in Latin.

Oddly enough it's the only word in the English language (adopted or otherwise) that completely changes its meaning when you change it from a proper to a regular noun.