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[*] posted on 9-9-2015 at 03:34 PM
Wendish versus Windish

You don't want to get Wendish confused with Windish. For an explanation about the Windish people of the world, please click on the following link: Windish/Slovenes of the World.

From Tibor Horvat and Joël Gerber:

Thank you very much for your email and for adding our website to your forum! We appreciate this very much!

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We are sure that visitors of our website are interested to learn more about another Slavonic people with a similar external designation like the Raba Region Slovenes (Wendish / Windish).

Yes, between the Wendish/Sorbs and the Windish/Slovenes there is actually no connection, except that both are Slavonics and due to the fact, that both ethnic groups are within the German-speaking area, they were termed as "Wenden/Vendek." The other Slavonic groups like Czechs, Slovaks, Serbs, Croatians, etc were not called "Wenden/Vendek," because they are not within the German-speaking area. The term "Wenden/Vendek" was given to the Sorbs and Slovenes from outside, even though the Sorbs and the Slovenes never called themselves in their own Slavonic language like this.

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