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Danzig

[ dan-sig; German dahn-tsik ]
/ ˈdæn sɪg; German ˈdɑn tsɪk /
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noun
German name of Gdańsk.
Free City of, a former self-governing territory including the seaport of Danzig: constituted by the treaty of Versailles 1920; a part of Germany 1939–45; now in Poland. 754 sq. mi. (1,955 sq. km).
Gulf of, an inlet of the Baltic Sea, in N Poland. About 60 miles (95 km) wide.
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British Dictionary definitions for Danzig

Danzig
/ (ˈdænsɪɡ, German ˈdantsɪç) /

noun
the German name for Gdańsk
a rare variety of domestic fancy pigeon originating in this area
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