Chisinau Recognizes Romanian As Official Language

Dec 5, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Weekday Magazine

Moldova has endorsed Romanian as its language. The country's Constitutional Court has ruled that the "Moldovan" language will be replaced by Romanian as the former Soviet republic's official tongue.

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Dacul -dd

Magurele, Romania

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Dec 6, 2013
 
Moldovan language is the same language Romanian. Not even a word more or less.
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Dec 6, 2013
 
Dacul -dd wrote:
Moldovan language is the same language Romanian. Not even a word more or less.
Stalim himself used the word ”Romanian”.
The Russian shamelessness is huge - they dont really want, not even today, to leave the Romanian Land. No cheek, very thick anyway.

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Chișinău Founded in 1436 as a monastery village,
Its Hungarian name is Kisjenő, from which the Romanian name originates.[5] Kisjenő in turn comes from kis "small" and the "Jenő," one of the seven Hungarian tribes that entered the Carpathian Basin in 896 and named 21 settlements

Suceava...Dimitrie Cantemir, who in his work Descriptio Moldaviae, name of the city derives from the Hungarian Szűcsvár, which is combined of the words szűcs (furrier, skinner) and vár (castle).

Hungarian predates any names in this region.

romanian= migrators
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Dec 7, 2013
 
Szatmari wrote:
Chișinău Founded in 1436 as a monastery village,
Its Hungarian name is Kisjenő, from which the Romanian name originates.[5] Kisjenő in turn comes from kis "small" and the "Jenő," one of the seven Hungarian tribes that entered the Carpathian Basin in 896 and named 21 settlements
Suceava...Dimitrie Cantemir, who in his work Descriptio Moldaviae, name of the city derives from the Hungarian Szűcsvár, which is combined of the words szűcs (furrier, skinner) and vár (castle).
Hungarian predates any names in this region.
romanian= migrators
Another sample of a giant stupidity :))).
Both Romanian words (or Dacian for suceava/sucidava).

Si acu , mai da-te-n ma-ta.....

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aha...boy, your own cantemir even says where suceava derives from.

You're stupid blind little monkey..whats 2+2?
well

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What is this language called? I hope not gypsum.
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Szatmari wrote:
Chișinău Founded in 1436 as a monastery village,
Its Hungarian name is Kisjenő, from which the Romanian name originates.[5] Kisjenő in turn comes from kis "small" and the "Jenő," one of the seven Hungarian tribes that entered the Carpathian Basin in 896 and named 21 settlements
Suceava...Dimitrie Cantemir, who in his work Descriptio Moldaviae, name of the city derives from the Hungarian Szűcsvár, which is combined of the words szűcs (furrier, skinner) and vár (castle).
Hungarian predates any names in this region.
romanian= migrators
KISHINAU vine de la a se KISHA ungurii pe ei de frica romanilor.Dute ca esti ud boz-ogure.
Gia

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Szatmari wrote:
Chișinău Founded in 1436 as a monastery village,
Its Hungarian name is Kisjenő, from which the Romanian name originates.[5] Kisjenő in turn comes from kis "small" and the "Jenő," one of the seven Hungarian tribes that entered the Carpathian Basin in 896 and named 21 settlements
Suceava...Dimitrie Cantemir, who in his work Descriptio Moldaviae, name of the city derives from the Hungarian Szűcsvár, which is combined of the words szűcs (furrier, skinner) and vár (castle).
Hungarian predates any names in this region.
romanian= migrators
Umm...I appreciate your attempt at teaching us a history lesson, but it is you Hungarians yourselves who claim you are the descendants of the Huns. Well, if you are a truly Hunnic remainder nation in this Balkan sea, then you must know that the Thracians/Dacians existed way before the Huns came into the Balkans and settled in the region where Hungary is today. In all actuality, the Thracians/Dacians existed in these lands since the beginnings, while your peoples, Hungarians (whatever, Huns and what other tribes that got assimilated) were nomads/migratory tribes who were lucky enough to be offered a place here in the Balkans to settle. The fact that some of the names of our cities might have Magyar origins, it doesn't mean that you people were the first to settle there. I hold no ill-feelings towards Hungarians, though, I never had this issue with them. I simply find this whole debacle on who first owned what lands to be rather silly and ridiculous for this day and age. It's the 2013 people, get over the past!
True European

Craiova, Romania

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Dec 19, 2013
 
Gia wrote:
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Umm...I appreciate your attempt at teaching us a history lesson, but it is you Hungarians yourselves who claim you are the descendants of the Huns. Well, if you are a truly Hunnic remainder nation in this Balkan sea, then you must know that the Thracians/Dacians existed way before the Huns came into the Balkans and settled in the region where Hungary is today. In all actuality, the Thracians/Dacians existed in these lands since the beginnings, while your peoples, Hungarians (whatever, Huns and what other tribes that got assimilated) were nomads/migratory tribes who were lucky enough to be offered a place here in the Balkans to settle. The fact that some of the names of our cities might have Magyar origins, it doesn't mean that you people were the first to settle there. I hold no ill-feelings towards Hungarians, though, I never had this issue with them. I simply find this whole debacle on who first owned what lands to be rather silly and ridiculous for this day and age. It's the 2013 people, get over the past!
Nice, but this guy is nuts.
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Dec 19, 2013
 
Szat -mari in roumanian language : sat -mari, or sat mare = big sit, big village.
In hungarian language means nothing.
Satmari is a roumanian who was hungarised and lost him origyns.
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Dec 21, 2013
 
Moldovan language is the same language Romanian. Not even a word more or less.
Michigan

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Dec 22, 2013
 
"More or less" means they are not the same language. If they were the same language they wouldn't have different names.
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Dec 22, 2013
 
Michigan wrote:
"More or less" means they are not the same language. If they were the same language they wouldn't have different names.
retard...
Pashol na turbinka, vidma! ;)
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Dec 22, 2013
 
diference are ZERO because ARE SAME PEOPLE AND SAME ORIGYNS
In antiquity, Moldova's territory was inhabited by Dacian tribes. Between the 1st and 7th centuries AD, the south was intermittently under the Roman, then Byzantine Empires.
The Principality of Moldavia, established in 1359, was bounded by the Carpathian Mountains in the west, Dniester river in the east, and Danube and Black Sea in the south. Its territory comprised the present-day territory of the Republic of Moldova, the eastern counties of Romania, and the Chernivtsi Oblast and Budjak region of Ukraine.
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Dec 22, 2013
 
The differences are zero??? I don't think so. Every word and how it is pronounced is the same??? I don't think so.
Why does the "same language" have different names?
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Dec 22, 2013
 
Michigan wrote:
The differences are zero??? I don't think so. Every word and how it is pronounced is the same??? I don't think so.
Why does the "same language" have different names?
Exactly, probably what are you speaking is NOT English. It is quite different from Canadian English that you idiot would never understand.

Go to Hell, imbecile!

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Dec 25, 2013
 
If you are Russian/romanian would need to know all the neighbors hate the Russians/romanian.
The reason is very simple.
Russians/romanians have taken one piece of land to oll neighbors
Transylvania=Hungary
Dobruja=Bulgaria

romania=nothing without stolen land
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Dec 25, 2013
 
WHAT CAN DISCUSS WITH AN AGENT OF RUSSIA OR Hungarians.
Vain show them evidence and historical writings
They are paid to do their propaganda.
Luckily European population knows history.
Merry Christmas SATU MARE = SIT MORE (BIG)

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Dec 25, 2013
 
Orthodox celebrating Christmas on !2/25///aha roman prost

The Hungarian name of the town Szatmár comes from the personal name Zotmar, as the Gesta Hungarorum gives the name of the
"""10th-century fortified settlement""

"" Since 1925,"" the name of the town in Romanian is officially Satu Mare, which is similar in pronunciation to the original name

The only thing thats ""BIG SH IT""" is your propaganda.

Year Population Romanians Hungarians
1880 Increase 20,531 7.9% 83.1%
1890 Increase 21,874 8.1% 89.9%
1900 Increase 28,339 7.8% 89.01%
1910 Increase 36,460 6.3% 91.4%
1920 Increase 38,807 15.2% 63.6%
1930 Increase 53,010 28.9% 57.1%
1941 Increase 53,406 6.6% 90.2%

2011[19] Decrease 102,441 58.9% 37.6%

romanian=migrant/refugee, like petrovsky
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Dec 26, 2013
 
WHAT CAN DISCUSS WITH AN AGENT OF Hungarians.
Vain show them evidence and historical writings
They are paid to do their propaganda.
Luckily European population knows history.
Merry Christmas SATU MARE = SIT MORE (BIG)
Ce inseamna MARE pe bozgoreasca.Nimic.
Butt MARI-SUS adica Muresu care inseamna apa mare era si acum 2500 de ani. O vinit niste faranderi fara tara sa ne faca legea. Futati soarili mai respira cand mananci rahat de cal. Niahaha..

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