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Kerki

[ ker-kee; Russian kyir-kyee ]
/ kɛrˈki; Russian kyɪrˈkyi /
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noun

a city in E Turkmenistan: trade center.

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How to use Kerki in a sentence

  • It is two days' journey from his Ova, and four or five from Kerki, and not very far from Belkh.

  • After a sojourn of three days, we started for Kerki, distant only fourteen miles: there is but one road.

  • I therefore considered it advisable to pass the interval rather in journeys amongst the Turkomans than in Kerki.

  • I immediately hastened to Kerki, in the hope of starting at once.

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