a city in E Poland.

Russian Be·lo·stok, Bye·lo·stok [byi-luh-stawk] /byɪ lʌˈstɔk/. Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for bialystok

Historical Examples of bialystok

  • Here at Bialystok there is no scope for a doctor, especially if he be a homœopathist.

  • A four-horse waggon would bring it from Vienna to Bialystok.

  • The old Starosta could not come from Bialystok to Vienna on any account.

  • Every guest who had ever dined at the Palace of Bialystok had his own beaker on which his name was engraved.

  • The walls of the room were embellished by the portraits of the Lords of Bialystok.

British Dictionary definitions for bialystok



a city in E Poland: belonged to Prussia (1795–1807) and to Russia (1807–1919). Pop: 315 000 (2005 est)Russian name: Belostok
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