Üsküb

or Üs·küp

[ ys-kyp ]
/ üsˈküp /
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noun

Turkish name of Skoplje.

Definition for uskub (2 of 2)

Skopje

[ skawp-ye ]
/ ˈskɔp yɛ /

noun

a city in and the capital of Macedonia, in N part.
Serbo-Croatian Skop·lje [skawp-lye] /ˈskɔp lyɛ/. Turkish Usküb, Usküp.
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British Dictionary definitions for uskub (1 of 2)

Üsküb

/ (ˈʊskuːb) /

noun

the Turkish name (1392–1913) for Skopje

British Dictionary definitions for uskub (2 of 2)

Skopje

/ (ˈskɔːpjɛ) /

noun

the capital of (the Former Yugoslav Republic of) Macedonia, on the Vardar River: became capital of Serbia in 1346 and of Macedonia in 1945; suffered a severe earthquake in 1963; university (1949). Pop: 449 000 (2005 est)Serbian name: Skoplje (ˈskɔpljɛ) Turkish name (1392–1913): Üsküb
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