[ US /ˈnɑvɡɝˌɑd/ ]
  1. a city in northwestern Russia on the Volkhov River; Russia's oldest city and an important trading center in the Middle Ages
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How To Use Novgorod In A Sentence

  • Norse or "Varangian" Kingdom at Novgorod and, in 880, one of his successors, Oleg, moved his capital to Kiev, and ruled from the The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • At the same time, he was a gentle, amiable sort of an individual, and, even on our first encounter in Prussia I had contrived to draw him out, and he had told me that he had just been to the North Cape, and was now anxious to visit the fair at Nizhni Novgorod. The Gambler
  • Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and other top officials are hosting top EU officials for a two-day summit in the central Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod starting Thursday. Vegetable Ban Overtakes Russia-EU Summit
  • As the popular governor of the province of Nizhni Novgorod, Nemtsov had pushed the pace of reform faster there than in any other region. THE COMMANDING HEIGHTS
  • On Tuesday, September 15, they left for Nizhni Novgorod, but before that they saw the crown jewels—most wonderful display of jewels in the world. Empire of Dreams
  • When with his band of followers he was established at Novgorod the name of Russia came into existence, supposedly from the Finnish word _ruotsi_, meaning rowers or sea-farers. A Short History of Russia
  • You can unite the forces of Russian princedoms and give battle to the Horde, or gather the Novgorod militia and warmly greet the Order knights on the ice and snow of the northern lands.
  • The reindeer, rapidly disappearing, is now met with only in Olonetz and Vologda; the _Cervus pygargus_ is found everywhere, and reaches Novgorod. Russia As Seen and Described by Famous Writers
  • An additional reason for the pogrom was the reputed wealth of a goodly number of the Jewish families of Nizhni-Novgorod. History of the Jews in Russia and Poland. Volume II From the death of Alexander I. until the death of Alexander III. (1825-1894)
  • He tried to persuade the young, reformist governor of Nizhny Novgorod, Boris Nemtsov, to run—but Nemtsov convinced him the only option was for the democrats to rally behind Yeltsin. The Return
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