Definition of pan-Slavism in English:

pan-Slavism

noun

  • The principle or advocacy of the union of all Slavs or all Slavic peoples in one political organization.

    • ‘Panslavism represented an attempt to bring closer together the people and empire in Russia through an aggressive, nationally oriented, semi-democratic foreign policy in the image of German unification.’
    • ‘Magyar-Slovak relations were relatively smooth until the upsurge of nationalism and, more importantly, Panslavism, in the 19th century.’

Pronunciation:

pan-Slavism

/panˈslävizəm/