[ahy-vuh n-hoh] /ˈaɪ vənˌhoʊ/
a novel (1819) by Sir Walter Scott.
- Ivan III
noun 1. (“Ivan the Great”) 1440–1505, grand duke of Muscovy 1462–1505. /ˈaɪvən/ noun 1. known as Ivan the Great. 1440–1505, grand duke of Muscovy (1462–1505). He expanded Muscovy, defeated the Tatars (1480), and assumed the title of Ruler of all Russia (1472)
- Ivan IV
noun 1. (“Ivan the Terrible”) 1530–84, first czar of Russia 1547–84. noun 1. known as Ivan the Terrible. 1530–84, grand duke of Muscovy (1533–47) and first tsar of Russia (1547–84). He conquered Kazan (1552), Astrakhan (1556), and Siberia (1581), but was defeated by Poland in the Livonian War (1558–82) after which his rule became increasingly […]
[ee-vah-nuh-fruhn-kawfsk; English ih-vah-noh-frahng-kawfsk, -kofsk] /iˈvɑ nə frʌnˈkɔfsk; English ɪˈvɑ noʊ frɑŋˈkɔfsk, -ˈkɒfsk/ noun 1. a city in W Ukraine, S of Lvov.
[ee-vah-nuh f] /iˈvɑ nəf/ noun 1. Vsevolod Vyacheslavovich [fsye-vuh-luh t vyi-chyi-slah-vuh-vyich] /ˈfsyɛ və lət vyɪ tʃyɪˈslɑ və vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1895–1963, Russian playwright.