Czechs

Czechs, a branch of the Slavonic family that in the later half of the 6th century settled in Bohemia; have a language of their own, spoken also in Moravia and part of Hungary.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Czartoryski * Czerno`witz
Cyrenaics
Cyre`ne
Cyril, St.
Cyril of Alexandria, St.
Cyril of Jerusalem, St.
Cyropædia
Cyrus
Cyrus
Cythera
Czartoryski
Czechs
Czerno`witz
Czerny, Charles
Czerny, George
Dacca
Dacia
Dacier, André
Dacier, Madame
Dacoits
Da Costa, Isaac
Dædalus