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  • Residents of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania collectively.

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    • Baltic States residents
  • Broader Terms

  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: The Baltic quintet : poems from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Sweden, 2008:p. 17 (Despite the fact that the Estonian language is totally unrelated to Latvian and Lithuanian, the three Baltic countries share not only a history of colonialism, but also share similar roots in paganism) p. 4 of cover (Baltic peoples)
    • found: A Baltic anthology : 34 pieces by Ešenvalds, Dubra and others : for mixed choir (SATB), 2015.
    • found: Web. 3(Balt 1 b: a native or inhabitant of the Baltic states of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia)
    • found: The American heritage dictionary of the English language, ©2000(Balt n. 1. A member of a Baltic-speaking people. 2. A native or inhabitant of Lithuania, Latvia, or Estonia; Baltic States: Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. The name has sometimes also been applied to Finland and Poland)
    • found: Oxford dictionaries online, Jan. 26, 2016(Balt 1. A speaker of a Baltic language; a Lithuanian or Latvian. 2. A native or inhabitant of one of the Baltic States of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.)
    • found: The Columbia gazetteer of the world, ©1998(Baltic states, the countries of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, bordering on the E coast of the Baltic Sea. Finland is usually classed with the Scandinavian rather than with the Baltic states)
  • General Notes

    • Residents of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania collectively.
  • Change Notes

    • 2016-01-26: new
    • 2016-05-10: revised
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