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Ookraanee
Українці
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Earroo yn phobble

Ny smoo na 43 millioon

Ardjyn lesh sleih mooar jeu
Flag of Ukraine.svg Yn Ookraan 37,541,693 (2001)
Flag of Russia.svg Y Roosh 3,269,992 (2015)
Flag of Canada.svg Y Chanadey 1,359,655 (2016)
Flag of Poland.svg Y Pholynn 1,351418 (2020)
Çhengaghyn
Craueeaght
Kynnaghyn mooinjeragh
Ny Slavee Hiar elly (Rooshee, Belarooshee, Rusynee)

Ookraanee (Ookraanish: Українці), she possan kynneeagh jeh'n sluight Slavagh Hiar dooghyssagh da'n Ookraan t'ad. She ny h-Ookraanee y shiaghtoo ashoon smoo[1] 'syn Oarpey as y nah ashoon smoo mastey ny Slavee Hiar lurg ny Rooshee. Rere Bunraght yn Ookraan, ta'n enmys Ookraanagh çheet er dagh seyraanagh 'sy çheer.[2] She Cair-chredjuee Hiar y chooid smoo jeh ny h-Ookraanee.

Va ny h-Ookraanee enmyssit Ruthenee derrey yn 20oo eash leah,[3][4][5] as eh çheet er y thalloo vean-eashagh Ruthenia. She yn enmys Ladjyn va currit er Rus' Kyivagh, steat Slavagh mean-eashagh va bunnit ayns Kyiv. Lurg e tuittym, dirree Reeriaght Ruthenia magh, agh v'eh rheynnit magh beggan ny yei. Voish y 15oo eash, va lught yn Ookraan enmyssit Cossackee as ren ad cur er bun steat Sheshaght Zaporizhzhia. Ta trimmid currit er y chiangley rish ny Cossackee Zaporizhzhia er lheh ayns arrane ashoonagh yn Ookraan, "Ta shin, vraaraghyn, jeh sluight Cossackagh".

Reamys yn Ookraanish ec toshiaght y 20oo eash

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  1. Europe by population.
  2. Ukrainians. Encyclopediaofukraine.com (16 Jerrey Souree 1990). ayns: Roman Senkus et al. (eds.), The Internet Encyclopedia of Ukraine, aalhiassit as jeant ass y noa er Kicklipaid ny h-Ookraan (University of Toronto Press, 1984–93) reaghit liorish Volodymyr Kubijovyc (vols. 1–2) as Danylo Husar Struk (vols. 3–5). Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) (University of Alberta/University of Toronto).
  3. Paul Robert Magosci. The Rusyn Question. litopys.org.ua.
  4. Poles and Ruthenians in the Habsburg Monarchy. habsburger.net.
  5. Rusyn people.