a former principality in SE Europe: united with Moldavia (Moldova) to form Romania in 1861. 29,569 sq. mi. (76,585 sq. km). Capital: Bucharest.
Related formsWal·la·chi·an, adjective, noun
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Examples from the Web for wallachian
Historical Examples of wallachian
The remainder of the box was occupied by Wallachian ladies and grandees.
His face had nothing of the Wallachian peasant in its features or expression.
No genuine Wallachian would have taken the nickname of his king, Decebalus.
The Wallachian sprang to his feet and clapped his hand to his sword.
"That is over," said the Wallachian girl, calmly, and she led Manasseh into the empty house.
British Dictionary definitions for wallachian
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