Slavs

Slavs, an important branch of the Aryan race-stock, comprising a number of European peoples chiefly in East Europe, including the Russians, Bulgarians, Servians, Bohemians, Poles, Croatians, Moravians, Silesians, Pomeranians, &c. At the dawn of history we find them already settled in Europe, chiefly in the neighbourhood of the Carpathians, whence they spread N., S., and W., assuming their present position by the 7th century. They are estimated to number now 100,000,000, and the various languages spoken by them are notable, compared with the Teutonic and Celtic tongues, for their rich inflections.

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

Slavonia * Slawkenbergius
Skerryvore
Skiddaw
Skimpole, Harold
Skinner, John
Skipton
Skobeleff, Michael
Skye
Slade, Felix
Slave Coast
Slavonia
Slavs
Slawkenbergius
Sleeping Beauty
Sleipnir
Sleswick-Holstein
Slick, Sam
Sligo
Sloane, Sir Hans
Slöjd
Slop, Doctor
Slough of Despond