Narva

[nahr-vuh]
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Historical Examples of narva

  • The first operation of the war was the siege of the city of Narva.

    Peter the Great

    Jacob Abbott

  • “I am Narva,” she announced quietly—but whether “Narva” was the queen she did not deign to say.

    The Gilded Man

    Clifford Smyth

  • “I take you from these,” said Narva, pointing in the direction of the villagers.

    The Gilded Man

    Clifford Smyth

  • “We want to get out of the cave,” she said, addressing Narva.

    The Gilded Man

    Clifford Smyth

  • When the last hut had disappeared in the distance Narva turned abruptly.

    The Gilded Man

    Clifford Smyth


British Dictionary definitions for narva

Narva

noun
  1. a port in Estonia on the Narva River near the Gulf of Finland: developed around a Danish fortress in the 13th century; textile centre. Pop: 66 712 (2007 est)
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