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Vologda

[ vaw-luhg-duh ]
/ ˈvɔ ləg də /
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noun
a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, NNE of Moscow.
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How to use Vologda in a sentence

  • She had said he ought to have been shipped off to the Vologda village.

    A Family of Noblemen|Mikhal Saltykov
  • And to think that you wanted to give him the Vologda village, too.

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  • "The Vologda estate is father's property, it belongs to the patrimony," she said through her teeth.

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  • Dvina, Northern, a Russian river formed by the union of two small streams in the government of Vologda.

British Dictionary definitions for Vologda

Vologda
/ (Russian ˈvɔləɡdə) /

noun
an industrial city in W central Russia. Pop: 295 000 (2005 est)
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