Narkamauka

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Narkamaŭka (наркамаўка, narkamaŭka) is a colloquial name for the reformed and currently normative Belarusian grammar.wikipedia
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Belarusian language

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Narkamauka is the version of Belarusian language that artificially closed to Russian during Soviet Russian hegemony in Belarus.

Taraškievica

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At the beginning of the 1990s Taraškievica was used in Belarus along with the so-called “Narkamaŭka,” the official variant of Belarusian.

Belarusian orthography reform of 1933

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Narkamaŭka (наркамаўка, narkamaŭka) is a colloquial name for the reformed and currently normative Belarusian grammar.

Belarusian grammar

Narkamaŭka (наркамаўка, narkamaŭka) is a colloquial name for the reformed and currently normative Belarusian grammar.

Russian language

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Narkamauka is the version of Belarusian language that artificially closed to Russian during Soviet Russian hegemony in Belarus.

Soviet Union

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Narkamauka is the version of Belarusian language that artificially closed to Russian during Soviet Russian hegemony in Belarus.

Belarus

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Narkamauka is the version of Belarusian language that artificially closed to Russian during Soviet Russian hegemony in Belarus.

Vincuk Viačorka

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The name was coined around the end of the 1980s or the beginning of the 1990s by the Belarusian linguist Vincuk Viačorka.

Sergey Kuznetsov

Sergei Kuznetsov (Серге́й Кузнецо́в ; Сергiй Кузнецов ; Сяргей Кузняцоў (narkomovka), Сяргей Кузьняцоў (tarashkevitsa) ; Sergeı Kýznetsov) may refer to:

Belarusian Wikipedia

Belarusian
There are two Belarusian Wikipedias (Беларуская Вікіпедыя; Taraškievica: Беларуская Вікіпэдыя) : one in the orthography of the Belarusian language which is official in modern Belarus (Narkamaŭka, prefix "be:"), and another one in the pre-reform of 1933, classical orthography (Taraškievica, prefix "be-tarask:", formerly "be-x-old:").

History of Belarus

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Belarusian orthography was Russified in 1933 and use of Belarusian language was discouraged as exhibiting anti-soviet attitude.