/ (ˈkraːkau) /
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the German name for Cracow
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Words nearby Krakau
Kragujevac, krait, Krajina, Krakatau, Krakatoa, Krakau, kraken, Kraków, krakowiak, Kramatorsk, Kramer
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How to use Krakau in a sentence
He had formerly been teaching Hebrew in Krakau, and from thence came to Knigsberg.The Life of Philip Melanchthon|Karl Friedrich Ledderhose
On our return from Praga, a deputation from the Hebrew congregation of Krakau was introduced.Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I|Sir Moses Montefiore
They wanted some one else, but I said: "No, let's ask Krakau; it will please him."
Krakau sits next to him working out a problem on a chess board.
At last so high were they that cities appeared like flies and Krakau with its mighty turrets like two spiders.Myths and Legends of All Nations|Various