ETHNONYMS: ńĆeŇ°i or Cechov√© (plural), ńĆech (singular), referring to people whose native language is Czech and, more specifically, to those native to or residing in Bohemia (ńĆechy); Moravan√© (plural), Moravan (singular), referring to the Czech-speaking population native to or residing in Moravia (Morava)


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Salzmann, Zdenek, and Vladimír Scheufler (1986). Komárov: A Czech Farming Village. Enl. ed. Prospect Heights, Ill.: Waveland Press.

Statistick√° rońćenka ńĆeskoslovensk√© Socialistick√© Republiky (Statistical yearbook of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic). Prague and Bratislava: SNTL and ALFA. [Appears annually, now with an adjusted title.]


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