Lechites


Lechites

Lechites or Lekhites ( _pl. Lechici) - name for some tribes of West Slavs whose shared quality was the usage of the Lechitic languages.
*Lechitic group
**Poles
***Masovians
***Polans
***Vistulans
***Lendians
**Silesians
**Pomeranians
***Kashubians
***Slovincians
**Polabians
***Obodrites/Abodrites
***Veleti
***Rani (Rujani)
***Hevelli
***Volinians (Velunzani)
***Pyritzans (Prissani)

See also

*Lech
*Lechia
*Lędzianie


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