Litvinov



[lit-vee-nawf, -nof; Russian lyi-tvyee-nuh f] /lɪtˈvi nɔf, -nɒf; Russian lyɪˈtvyi nəf/

noun
1.
Maksim Maksimovich
[muh-ksyeem muh-ksyee-muh-vyich] /mʌˈksyim mʌˈksyi mə vyɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), 1876–1951, Russian Communist leader and diplomat.

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