Valerian Pidmohylny
Valerian Pidmohylny (Валеріан Підмогильний, February 2, 1901 - November 3, 1937) was an important Ukrainian novelist, most famous for the realist novel Misto (The City). Like a number of Ukrainian wr...
Volodymyr Naumenko
Volodymyr Naumenko (Ukrainian: Володимир Павлович Науменко) was a well known pedagogue and public figure in the city of Kiev as well as a good publicist. Upon the establishment of the Central Coun...
Dmytro Yavornytsky
Dmytro Ivanovych Yavornytsky (birth name: Dmitriy Ivanovich Evarnitsky; pre-1918 Russian: Дмитрiй Ивановичъ Эварницкiй, Dmitry Ivanovich Evarnitsky, Ukrainian: Дмитро́ Іва́нович Яворни́цький, Russ...
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Vladimir Dal
Vladimir Ivanovich Dal (alternatively transliterated as Dahl; Russian: Влади́мир Ива́нович Даль; November 10, 1801 – September 22, 1872) was one of the greatest Russian language lexicographer...
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Pavlo Zhytetsky
Pavlo Hnatovych Zhytetsky (Ukrainian: Павло Гнатович Житецький; January 4, 1837 in Kremenchuk - March 18, 1911 in Kiev) was a Ukrainian linguist, philologist, ethnographer and literary historian. ...
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Borys Hrinchenko
Borys Dmytrovych Hrinchenko (Grinchenko) (1863–1910) was a classical Ukrainian prose writer, political activist, historian, publicist, and ethnographer. He was instrumental in the Ukrainian cultural r...
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Jaroslav Rudnyckyj
Jaroslav Bohdan Rudnyckyj, OC (Ukrainian: Яросла́в-Богда́н Рудни́цький; November 18, 1910 – October 19, 1995) was a Ukrainian Canadian linguist, lexicographer with a specialty in etymology and ono...
Oleksandr Konysky
Oleksandr Yakovych Konysky (August 18, 1836 – December 12, 1900) – was a Ukrainian interpreter, writer, lexicographer, pedagogue, poet, and civil activist of liberal direction. He had several pen name...