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Czernowitz

[cher-naw-vits]
noun
  1. German name of Cernăuţi.
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Historical Examples of czernowitz

  • The Russians were retreating there in the direction of Czernowitz.

    The Story of the Great War, Volume VI (of VIII)

    Various

  • Once it was supposed that he was engaged to a girl in Czernowitz, but it was not the case.

    The Jews of Barnow

    Karl Emil Franzos

  • The other day I heard some good news about you—from Czernowitz.

    The Jews of Barnow

    Karl Emil Franzos

  • Lutsk, Dubno, and Czernowitz were some of the valuable prizes which had fallen into the hands of the czar's armies.

  • He had the greatest esteem for her, and brought her many presents from Lemberg and Czernowitz.

    The Jews of Barnow

    Karl Emil Franzos


British Dictionary definitions for czernowitz

Czernowitz

noun
  1. the German name for Chernovtsy
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