[mol-dey-vee-uh n, -deyv-yuh n]
- of or relating to Moldavia, its people, or their language.
Origin of Moldavian
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Examples from the Web for moldavian
Now the young Moldavian, who holds a Romanian passport and lives in Bucharest, is a “super witness” in the case.Costa Concordia Captain Seen Drinking With Blonde Before Wreck
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January 20, 2012
The new Moldavian dance had become the topic of general discourse.Is He Popenjoy?
He had always appeared to me a singular being, this same Moldavian clerk.Lavengro
It is singular enough that the only Moldavian I have known could not speak.
I have known a Moldavian who could not speak, but he was not born dumb.
The Moldavian Carpathians have maximum elevations of about 7,500 feet and are the most extensively forested part of the country.Area Handbook for Romania
Eugene K. Keefe, Donald W. Bernier, Lyle E. Brenneman, William Giloane, James M. Moore, and Neda A. Walpole
- another name for Moldovan
- of or relating to the former E European principality of Moldavia or its inhabitants
- a native or inhabitant of Moldavia
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Word Origin and History for moldavian
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