Bulgarian minorities
in Yugoslavia

Bulgariar gutxiengoak Jugoslavian


Bulgarian

Bulgarian is mainly spoken in Bulgaria, obviously, but there are sizable Bulgarian minorities in other European countries. For instance, in several regions of Yugoslavia, also in other regions of Romania, in Hungary, in southern Moldavia, in south-west Ukraine, as well as the Bulgaro-Macedonians of Albania, and the Bulgarian-speaking muslim Pomaks of northern Greece. So far, we have a table for the Bulgarians of Yugoslavia.

Bulgariera

Bulgariera batik bat Bulgarian mintzatzen da, jakina, baina herrialde horretatik kanpo ere badira Bulgariar gutxiengoak Europako beste estatu batzuetan. Adibidez: Jugoslaviako eta Errumaniako zenbait eskualdetan, Hungarian, hegoaldeko Moldavian, Ukrainako hegoaldean. Hor dira, halaber, Albaniako Bulgaro-Mazedoniarrak, eta Bulgarieraz mintzo diren Pomakak, Grezia iparraldeko musulman batzuk. Oraingoz, Jugoslaviakoen inguuan dugu informazioa.


Bulgarians in Yugoslavia

In Yugoslavia there are two areas with Bulgarian minority settlements. One is in the south-east, adjacent to Bulgaria itself, where some 27,000 Bulgarians live. The other is constituted of pockest in the Banat region (6,000 Bulgarians). In the south-east, in districts of Dimitrovgrad and Bosilevgrad, most people are actually Bulgarian. Of the Bulgarians in the Banat, those from Ivanovo (mostly Bulgarian settlement, district of Pancevo), are Bulgarian catholics, unlike the rest of Bulgarian who are orthodox. The places we list have all Bulgarian majorities or sizable minorities. Spellings are not complete as diacritics are lacking in the transliterations. Many names are coincidental in Serbian and Bulgarian, both Slavic languages.

Bulgariarrak Jugoslavian

Jugoslavian bi ingurutan daude kokatuak Bulgariarrak batik bat. Bata, hego ekialdean, Bulgaria berarekin muga egiten duen eskualdean (27.000 bulgariar han). Bestea, Banato eskualdeko herrixka batzuez osatua dago (6.000 lagun). Hego-ekialdean, Dimitrovgrad eta Bosilevgrad barrutietan, gehiengoa dira Bulgariarrak. Bantoan, bestalde, Ivanovo herri nagusiki bulgariarrean, gehienak katolikoak dira, bulgariarrak nagusiki ortodoxoak diren bitartean. Hemen zerrendatutako herrietan, bulgariarrak nagusi dira, edo behintzat gutxiengo nabarmena. Ortografia ez da erabat zuzena, ze ezin izan ditugu diakritikoak zehaztu transliterazioetan. Izen asko berdinak dira, nahiko gertu geratzen dira hizkuntza eslaviarrak baitira serbiera eta bulgariera.

* Serbian

* Bulgarian

Bela Palanka

Bela Palanka

Bistar

Bistar

Bosilegrad

Bosilegrad

Dimitrovgrad

Dimitrovgrad

Donja Lisina

Dolna Lisina

Donja Ljubata

Dolna Ljubata

Donja Nenlja

Dolna Nenlja

Donji Krivodol

Dolni Krivodol

Goles

Goles

Gradskovo

Gradskovo

Halovo

Halovo

Iskrovci

Iskrovci

Ivanovo

Ivanovo

Klisura

Klisura

Pirot

Pirot

Planinica

Planinica

Poganovo

Poganovo

Protopinci

Protopinci

Senokos

Senokos

Smilovci

Smilovci

Strezimirovci

Strezimirovci

Surdulica

Surdulica

Veliki Jasenovac

Jasenovec

Zajecar

Zajcar

Zvonce

Zvonce



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