AskDefine | Define Czech

Dictionary Definition

Czech adj : of or relating to Czechoslovakia or its people or their language; "The Czech border"; "Czechoslovak nationalists"; "The Czechoslovakian population" [syn: Czechoslovakian]

Noun

1 a native of inhabitant of the Czech Republic
2 a native or inhabitant of the former republic of Czechoslovakia [syn: Czechoslovakian, Czechoslovak]
3 the Slavic language of the Czech people

User Contributed Dictionary

English

Pronunciation

  • , /tʃɛk/, /tSEk/
  • Rhymes with: -ɛk

Homophones

Adjective

  1. Of, from, or pertaining to the Czech Republic, the Czech people or the Czech language.

Translations

of, from or pertaining to the country, people or the language
  • Bosnian: češki
  • Catalan: txec
  • Chinese: 捷克的 (Jiékè de)
  • Croatian: češki
  • Czech: český, česká, české
  • Danish: tjekkisk
  • Dutch: Tsjechisch
  • Estonian:
  • Finnish: tšekkiläinen, tšekki
  • French: tchèque
  • German: tschechisch
  • Greek: τσέχικος
  • Hebrew: צ'כי
  • Hungarian: cseh
  • Icelandic: tékkneskur
  • Italian: ceco
  • Japanese: チェコの (cheko no)
  • Kashubian: czesczi
  • Norwegian: tsjekkisk
  • Persian: (chek)
  • Polish: czeski
  • Portuguese: tcheco
  • Romanian: ceh
  • Russian: чешский
  • Serbian:
    Cyrillic: чешки
    Roman: češki
  • Slovak: český
  • Slovene: češki
  • Spanish: checo
  • Swedish: tjeckisk

Noun

  1. A person from the Czech Republic (Czechia) or of Czech descent.

Translations

person
  • Catalan: Txec , Txeca
  • Chinese: 捷克人 (Jiékè rén)
  • Czech: Čech, Češka
  • Danish: Tjekker, Tjekkere p
  • Dutch: Tsjech, Tsjechische
  • Estonian: tšehh
  • Finnish: tšekki
  • French: Tchèque, Tchèques
  • German: Tscheche, Tschechin, Tschechen, Tschechinnen
  • Greek: Τσέχος, Τσέχα
  • Hebrew: צ'כי (chekhi) , צ'כית (chekhit)
  • Hungarian: cseh
  • Icelandic: Tékki
  • Italian: ceco, ceca
  • Japanese: チェコ人 (checo-jin)
  • Korean: 체코인 (cheko-in)
  • Lithuanian: čekas, čekė
  • Maltese: Ċek, Ċeka, Ċeki
  • Norwegian:
    • Bokmål: tsjekker
    • Nynorsk: tsjekkar
  • Persian: (chek), (cheki)
  • Polish: Czech, Czeszka, Czesi, Czeszki
  • Portuguese: Tcheco, Tcheca, Tchecos, Tchecas
  • Romanian: ceh, cehă, cehoaică, cehi, cehe, cehoaice
  • Slovak: Čech, Češka
  • Slovene: Čeh, Čehinja
  • Spanish: checo, checa
  • Swedish: tjeck

Proper noun

  1. A Slavic language primarily spoken in the Czech Republic.

Translations

language

External links

Polish

Pronunciation

Noun

  1. Czech man

Related terms

Extensive Definition

Czech may refer to:
Czech in Slovak: Český
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