Examples from the Web for baltic
That the Baltic free air and Riga's welcoming vibe could make her colleagues "too relaxed."
The Russian Air Force also flew additional sorties over the Baltic Sea with tactical strike fighters on Oct. 29.Are Russian Bombers Flying Nuclear Drills Near Europe—Or Just Testing NATO’s Defenses?|Dave Majumdar|October 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The bunker, so crucial during the final years of the Cold War in the Baltic, was only declassified in 2003.The Secret Soviet Power Bunker—in Latvia, a Hiding Place for the Elite|Brandon Presser|September 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Although it took 21 years after Peter ran away at the battle of Narva, Russia finally got a Baltic coastline.
Like Peter the Great on the Baltic, she got the swampy part.
The street leading to the Baltic station, St. Petersburg, is still half deserted.
One division detaches itself eastward, and chokes up the Baltic sound.The Sea|Jules Michelet
The Admiral in command of the Baltic Fleet ordered the officers to remove their shoulder-straps, etc.The Russian Turmoil|Anton Ivanovich Denikin
My mother taught him the songs of the Baltic, and Hilda led his steps through the woodland with tales of hero and scald.Harold, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
All German fortifications in the Baltic defending the passages through the belts must be demolished.
British Dictionary definitions for baltic
Word Origin and History for baltic
1580s, from Medieval Latin Balticus, perhaps from Lithuanian baltas "white" or Scandinavian balta "straight" (in reference to its narrow entranceway). In German, it is Ostsee, literally "east sea."