Ilmen

/ (ˈɪlmən) /


noun
  1. Lake Ilmen a lake in NW Russia, in the Novgorod Region: drains through the Volkhov River into Lake Ladoga. Area: between 780 sq km (300 sq miles) and 2200 sq km (850 sq miles), according to the season

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How to use Ilmen in a sentence

  • In the name of another lake in Russia, the Karduanskoi-Ilmen, it seems to occur as an appellative.

    The River-Names of Europe | Robert Ferguson
  • At the point of intersection I got on board a small steamer and sailed up stream towards Lake Ilmen for about fifty miles.

    Russia | Donald Mackenzie Wallace
  • It is just at this point that the history of the Slavs of Lake Ilmen and its neighbourhood becomes largely conjectural.

  • The archological details and the landscapes on the margin of Lake Ilmen were faithfully reproduced.

    The Russian Opera | Rosa Newmarch