Entertainment / Literature / Baltic: An east-European branch of the Indo-European language family--usually grouped with the Slavic languages as 'Balto-Slavic.'


Life Style / Wine Grapes / Baltica: Has synonym names Hasansky Sladky and Varajane Sinine. Listed as a blue-skinned berry having low tannin. Winter hardy to -32 deg. F (approx. -36 C.). Reported as making a light, fruity wine with cherr MORE


Life Style / Wine Grapes / Zilga: European Baltic States cold climate variety, developed in 1964, currently undergoing trial at the Geneva Research Station, NY. Has synonym name Dvietes 4-2-108. Reported to be a complex (V. amurensis MORE

Skujina 675

Life Style / Wine Grapes / Skujina 675: European Baltic States cold climate variety currently undergoing trial by Geneva Research Station, NY. Also referred to as Skujinsh 675 by some sources. Has synonym name Moskovskiy Ustoichiviy. Derive MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Balto-Slavic: A branch of Indo-European including the Slavic and Baltic languages. MORE


Entertainment / Literature / Vegetationsdämon: A deity or spirit in mythology or in animism that represents (or is directly equivalent to) the vitality of domestic crops and/or native vegetation. This spirit would (in enacted ritual, in sacrifice, MORE

Central And Eastern European Countries (CEEC)

Business / Agriculture / Central And Eastern European Countries (CEEC): A term for the group of countries including Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, the Slovak Republic, and the three Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). MORE