The Polish Wikipedia ( Polish: Polskojęzyczna Wikipedia) is the Polish-language edition of Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia. Founded on September 26, 2001, it now has more than 1,569,000 articles, making it the 11th-largest Wikipedia edition overall.  It is also the second-largest edition in a Slavic language, after the Russian Wikipedia .
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Polish is a synthetic and fusional language which has seven grammatical cases.  It is one of very few languages in the world possessing continuous penultimate stress (with only a few exceptions) and the only in its group having an abundance of palatal consonants. 
- Native: 40 million (2012), L2 speakers: 5.0 million, Total: 45 million
Poland Coordinates: 52°N 20°E Poland, [c] officially the Republic of Poland, [d] is a country in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative provinces called voivodeships, covering an area of 312,696 km 2 (120,733 sq mi). Poland has a population of 38 million and is the fifth-most populous member state of the European Union.
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The Polish Wikipedia (In Polish: Wikipedia polskojęzyczna) is the Polish-language edition of Wikipedia. This edition was started in September 2001. It is currently the 10th largest edition by article count.  It currently has over 1,566,000 articles.  References ↑ "List of Wikipedias". Meta-Wiki. Wikimedia Foundation. Retrieved March 14, 2018.
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Polish ( język polski, polszczyzna) is the official language of Poland. It is the most common Western Slavic language and the second Slavic language, after Russian . Polish has been an important language in Central and Eastern Europe. Polish is now spoken by over 43.5 million people as their first language in Poland.
Poland portal v t e The history of Poland spans over a thousand years, from medieval tribes, Christianization and monarchy; through Poland's Golden Age, expansionism and becoming one of the largest European powers; to its collapse and partitions, two world wars, communism, and the restoration of democracy .
Polish / ˈpɒlɪʃ / may refer to: Polishing, the process of creating a smooth and shiny surface by rubbing or chemical action French polishing, polishing wood to a high gloss finish Nail polish Shoe polish Polish (screenwriting), improving a script in smaller ways than in a rewrite See also All pages with titles beginning with Polish
The Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, [b] formally known as the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, [c] or simply Poland–Lithuania, was a bi- confederal  state, sometimes called a federation,  of Poland and Lithuania ruled by a common monarch in real union, who was both King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania.
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Feb 24, 2023 · a is a low central vowel for which there is no symbol in the IPA ą = [o] before l or ł. When followed by plosive or affricate consonants, ą is pronounced [ɔn], [ɔŋ] or [ɔm]. E.g. dąb = [dɔm]. ę = [e] before l or ł or at the end of a word. When followed by plosive or affricate consonants, ę is pronounced [ɛn], [ɛŋ] or [ɛm]. E.g. tęcza = [ɛn].
View history Tools The Poland national football team ( Polish: Reprezentacja Polski w piłce nożnej) has represented Poland in men's international tournaments football competitions since their first match in 1921. Poland have competed at nine FIFA World Cups, with their first appearance being in 1938, where they were eliminated by Brazil.
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