Associations to the word «Crimean»
CRIMEAN, adjective. Denoting, of, or related to Crimea, a peninsula on the north of the Black Sea, separating it from the Sea of Azov.
CRIMEAN, noun. Native or inhabitant of the Crimea.
CRIMEAN, proper noun. (nonstandard) Crimea (the Crimean peninsula)
CRIMEAN GOTHIC, proper noun. An extinct Eastern Germanic language spoken in Crimea until the eighteenth century
CRIMEAN MOUNTAINS, proper noun. A range of mountains running parallel to the south-east coast of Crimea
CRIMEAN PENINSULA, proper noun. Crimea, a peninsula of southern Ukraine between the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.
CRIMEAN PENINSULA, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of Crimean peninsula
CRIMEAN TATAR, proper noun. A Turkic language of Crimea (Ukraine) Turkey, Romania, Russia, Bulgaria and Uzbekistan.
CRIMEAN WAR, proper noun. A conflict held mostly in the Crimean Peninsula between October 1853 and February 1856, in which Russian troops lost to an alliance of France, the United Kingdom, the Ottoman Empire, and Sardinia.
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