Examples from the Web for albania
But after a while, the edit wars ended, and the article no longer had Einstein going to Albania.
The Secret Rescue By Cate Lineberry The story of non-combat heroes and their escape from Nazi-occupied Albania.
In Albania, there are two cities where I have written the majority of my work: Gjirokastër, my home city, and Tirana.
The recent situation in my country [Albania], its problems, its grotesque aspects, its misunderstandings.
But, to much ridicule, the Army then took weeks to prepare the field in Albania from which the Apaches were to operate.
You need a protector who is not only wise and brave, and loyal to Albania, but loyal to you.The Captain of the Janizaries|James M. Ludlow
Albanact, the younger brother, possessed the country he called Albania, now Scotland.Old English Chronicles|Various
It was in the twelfth century the coat of arms of the King of Albania.The Swastika|Thomas Wilson
The Amazons are said to live among the mountains above Albania.
In Albania the population has been estimated roughly at 800,000.
British Dictionary definitions for albania
Word Origin and History for albania
Medieval Latin name of the country called by its inhabitants Shqipëri (literally "land of eagles," from shqiponje "eagle"), from Medieval Greek Albania, possibly from a pre-IE word *alb "hill" (also proposed as the source of Alps) or from the PIE root *albho- "white" (see alb). Roman Albania was a land by the Caspian Sea (modern Daghestan); in English Albania was occasionally also a name for Scotland.
Culture definitions for albania
Republic in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea coast of the Balkan Peninsula, bordered by Yugoslavia to the northwest, north, and northeast, Macedonia to the east, and Greece to the southeast and south. Tirana is its capital and largest city.