Potyomkin

/ (Russian paˈtjɔmkin) /

noun

a variant spelling of Potemkin

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Examples from the Web for potyomkin

  • On June 14th, through the revolt of the Potyomkin Tavritchesky it had shown that it was able to become a material force.

    Our Revolution|Leon Trotzky
  • Catherine was now dead, Potyomkin was dead, Suvorof was living an exile in a village, and Panin was idle on his estates.