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  1. a stew of mutton or lamb with root vegetables
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Word Origin for navarin

from French
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Historical Examples of navarin

  • This success and the capture of very strong trenches to the north of the Navarin Farm drove the Germans to desperate efforts.

    The Childrens' Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10)

    James Edward Parrott

  • It seems we had to wait for artillery before making the attack on Navarin itself.

  • Ibrahim Pasha was at Navarin with an immense fleet, when he heard of the destruction of his ships in the bay of Salona.

  • The farm of Navarin, at a distance of three and a half kilometres to the north of Souain, stands on the top of the hills.

  • A Russian torpedo boat in shelter behind the Navarin, now seeing its chance, darted out and launched its projectile.