Georgi Pulevski (Bulgarian: Георги Пулевски; Macedonian: Ѓорѓи Пулевски) (1817 – February 13 1893) was a writer and revolutionary, known for expressing publicly the idea of a separate Macedonian nation distinct from Serbs and Bulgarians, as well as a separate Macedonian language.
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- What do we call a nation? – People who are of the same origin and who q the same words and who live and make friends of each other, who have the same customs and songs and entertainment are what we call a nation, and the place where that people lives is called the people's country. Thus the Macedonians also are a nation and the place which is theirs is called Macedonia.
- Rečnik od tri jezika: s. makedonski, arbanski i turski [Dictionary of Three languages: Macedonian, Albanian, Turkish], U držacnoj štampariji, 1875, p. 48f.