[ nuh-khawt-kuh ]

  1. a seaport in the Far Eastern region of Russia, southeast of Vladivostok, on the Sea of Japan.

Origin of Nakhodka

First recorded in 1860–65; from Russian Zalív Nakhódka “Nakhodka Bay, Nakhodka Gulf,” from Russian nakhódka “lucky find”

Words Nearby Nakhodka Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Nakhodka in a sentence

  • You're a man of such influence; you are so much liked—you and Nakhodka are the two foremost revolutionary workers here.

    Mother | Maksim Gorky
  • You, Nakhodka, you have been searched for political offenses before?

    Mother | Maksim Gorky