A Bohemian (/boʊˈhiːmɪən/) is a resident of Bohemia, a region of the Czech Republic or the former Kingdom of Bohemia, a region of the former Crown of Bohemia (lands of the Bohemian Crown). In English, the word "Bohemian" was used to denote the Czech people as well as the Czech language before the word "Czech" became prevalent in the early 20th century. In a separate meaning derived from the French word referring to "gypsies," or Romani people, "Bohemian" may also denote "a socially unconventional person, especially one who is involved in the arts" according to some. (See Bohemianism).

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  • A Bohemian (/boʊˈhiːmɪən/) is a resident of Bohemia, a region of the Czech Republic or the former Kingdom of Bohemia, a region of the former Crown of Bohemia (lands of the Bohemian Crown). In English, the word "Bohemian" was used to denote the Czech people as well as the Czech language before the word "Czech" became prevalent in the early 20th century. In a separate meaning derived from the French word referring to "gypsies," or Romani people, "Bohemian" may also denote "a socially unconventional person, especially one who is involved in the arts" according to some. (See Bohemianism). (en)
  • أصل الكلمة يعود الى اللغة التشيكية، ففي اللغة التشيكية لا يوجد فرق بين كلمتي "بوهيمي" و"تشيكي" فكلاهما مرادف للآخر،وهذا يدل على أصل كلمة بُوهِيمِيّ المنسوبة الى منطقة بوهيميا الجغرافية في أوروبا الوسطى، قبل أن يظهر المصطلح (بوهيمي Bohemian) في أوروبا الغربية وذلك في فرنسا أولا "la Boheme"، وفي (ألمانيا: "Böhmen"، بالإنجليزية: "Bohemian" وذلك في منتصف القرن التاسع عشر على أولئك الغجر الأوربيين القادمين من منطقة "بوهيميا"، وهي منطقة تاريخية في أوروبا الوسطى، تقع في الأجزاء الغربية ومعظم الأجزاء الوسطى من جمهورية التشيك. (ar)
  • Böhmen (Singular Böhme, tschechisch Češi, Singular Čech; lateinisch Bohemi) ist die Bezeichnung für die Bevölkerung Böhmens. Sie bezog historisch verschiedene nationale Gruppen wie Tschechen, Deutsche und andere ein. In der tschechischen Sprache ist die Bezeichnung Češi synonym sowohl für Tschechen als auch für Böhmen gebräuchlich. (de)
  • I boemi sono gli abitanti della Boemia, la regione dell'odierna Repubblica Ceca parte dell'antico Regno di Boemia. La parola deriva dal termine latino usato per indicare la tribù celtica che abitava in quella zona, i Boii, chiamati Boiahemum all'inizio del Medioevo. La parola "boemi" non veniva mai usata dalla popolazione locale, di ceppo slavo: in ceco, la regione veniva chiamata sin dal Medioevo Čechy (Boemia) o Království české (Regno di Boemia) e i suoi abitanti, principalmente di lingua ceca, venivano chiamati Čechové (in ceco moderno Češi). In altri vernacoli europei e in latino, la parola "boemo" o un suo derivato veniva utilizzato per designare tutti gli abitanti della regione. Se si doveva sottolineare l'origine etnica ceca, si usavano espressioni come "boemo di lingua boema" (Čech českého jazyka), "un vero boemo" (pravý Čech) ecc. Nelle altre lingue europee si iniziò a usare la parola "cechi" (Czechs in inglese, Tschechen in tedesco, tchèques in francese) non prima del XIX secolo, nel tentativo di distinguere tra gli Slavi boemi e gli altri abitanti della Boemia (per la maggior parte Tedeschi). Attualmente, "boemi" si usa ancora quando occorre distinguere gli abitanti della parte occidentale della Repubblica ceca (appunto la Boemia), da quelli della parte orientale (Moravia) e nordorientale (Slesia). Il termine "boemo" in francese (bohémien) diede il nome nel XIX secolo ad un importante movimento artistico, la Bohème appunto, usato in origine per descrivere gli stili di vita anticonformisti di artisti, scrittori, musicisti e attori nelle principali città europee. Il movimento infatti nacque in Francia nel periodo in cui artisti e poeti iniziavano a concentrarsi nei bassifondi e tra i ceti più bassi del quartiere gitano. Poiché allora era credenza diffusa che i gitani o zingari provenissero dalla Boemia, essi erano chiamati anche bohémiens, nome che passò presto, con accezione spregiativa, ad indicare pure gli artisti che frequentavano i loro quartieri. (it)
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  • A Bohemian (/boʊˈhiːmɪən/) is a resident of Bohemia, a region of the Czech Republic or the former Kingdom of Bohemia, a region of the former Crown of Bohemia (lands of the Bohemian Crown). In English, the word "Bohemian" was used to denote the Czech people as well as the Czech language before the word "Czech" became prevalent in the early 20th century. In a separate meaning derived from the French word referring to "gypsies," or Romani people, "Bohemian" may also denote "a socially unconventional person, especially one who is involved in the arts" according to some. (See Bohemianism). (en)
  • أصل الكلمة يعود الى اللغة التشيكية، ففي اللغة التشيكية لا يوجد فرق بين كلمتي "بوهيمي" و"تشيكي" فكلاهما مرادف للآخر،وهذا يدل على أصل كلمة بُوهِيمِيّ المنسوبة الى منطقة بوهيميا الجغرافية في أوروبا الوسطى، قبل أن يظهر المصطلح (بوهيمي Bohemian) في أوروبا الغربية وذلك في فرنسا أولا "la Boheme"، وفي (ألمانيا: "Böhmen"، بالإنجليزية: "Bohemian" وذلك في منتصف القرن التاسع عشر على أولئك الغجر الأوربيين القادمين من منطقة "بوهيميا"، وهي منطقة تاريخية في أوروبا الوسطى، تقع في الأجزاء الغربية ومعظم الأجزاء الوسطى من جمهورية التشيك. (ar)
  • Böhmen (Singular Böhme, tschechisch Češi, Singular Čech; lateinisch Bohemi) ist die Bezeichnung für die Bevölkerung Böhmens. Sie bezog historisch verschiedene nationale Gruppen wie Tschechen, Deutsche und andere ein. In der tschechischen Sprache ist die Bezeichnung Češi synonym sowohl für Tschechen als auch für Böhmen gebräuchlich. (de)
  • I boemi sono gli abitanti della Boemia, la regione dell'odierna Repubblica Ceca parte dell'antico Regno di Boemia. La parola deriva dal termine latino usato per indicare la tribù celtica che abitava in quella zona, i Boii, chiamati Boiahemum all'inizio del Medioevo. La parola "boemi" non veniva mai usata dalla popolazione locale, di ceppo slavo: in ceco, la regione veniva chiamata sin dal Medioevo Čechy (Boemia) o Království české (Regno di Boemia) e i suoi abitanti, principalmente di lingua ceca, venivano chiamati Čechové (in ceco moderno Češi). (it)
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