Karelian

[ US /kɝˈiɫiən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a Finnic language spoken by the people of Karelia
  2. a member of the Finnish people living in Karelia in northwestern European Russia
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How To Use Karelian In A Sentence

  • Käkisalmi, also known as Kexholm, turned out to be at the mouth of the Vuoksen River, where it flowed into Lake Ladoga on the Karelian Isthmus, not far from the old Swedish city of Viborg. Red Wolf
  • Anybody know of a good Karelian Šöl Füd joint in the 5 boroughs? "I'm Your Mama," Quoth Necessity to Invention
  • The forests of the Green Belt along the Finnish – Russian (Karelian) border are one of the most important centers of boreal biodiversity in Europe [3]. Land tenure and management in the boreal region
  • We were greeted at the Karelian hamlet of Vuokkiniemi by a small crowd of gangly teenage boys, who stood and stared but stayed their distance, watching these strange people unharness the huskies and mix their warm meal.
  • Another interesting egg is the second-to-last one, the Karelian Birch egg, which was made much more plain than previous eggs because of discontent with the Monarchy. Of Clockwork Trains and Faberge Eggs
  • Karelia is a region that encompasses both sides of the Finnish/Russian border and the ensemble's music is an exciting and interesting mix of Finnish, Russian and Karelian cultures. Another Day in the Ketchup Mine
  • The early illusion of our beautiful slander took place, down in the Karelian pine needles, neither watched nor remarked upon by the passing animals, cryptic time, or police surveillance; back in the city, watching an arrest sidled me with fear. Soviet
  • Thus the late-night patrols with his two Karelian dogs, Stryker and Rooster, who are trained to chase bears up trees where they can then be tranquilized or exterminated. Near Lake Tahoe There's a Bear So Tough, Bullets Bounce Off His Head
  • In the south, the Soviets face widespread rebellion in the Ukraine, while in the north the Finns push forward into the Karelian ASSR. DBTL 19A: Testvér a Testvérért
  • Käkisalmi, also known as Kexholm, turned out to be at the mouth of the Vuoksen River, where it flowed into Lake Ladoga on the Karelian Isthmus, not far from the old Swedish city of Viborg. Red Wolf
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