Ekaterinoslav



[ih-kat-uh-ree-nuh-slahf, -slahv; Russian yi-kuh-tyi-ryi-nuh-slahf] /ɪˌkæt əˈri nəˌslɑf, -ˌslɑv; Russian yɪ kə tyɪ ryɪ nʌˈslɑf/

noun
1.
a former name of .
/Russian jɪkətɪrinaˈslaf/
noun
1.
the former name (1787–96, 1802–1926) of Dnepropetrovsk

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