Chuvashia


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Chu·va·shi·a

 (cho͞o-vä′shē-ə)
An semiautonomous republic of western Russia in the Volga River valley. Conquered by the Mongols in the 13th and 14th centuries, the area came under Russian rule in 1552. It is inhabited largely by the Chuvash.
Translations
Čuvašsko
Tschuwaschien
Tšuvassia
Tchouvachie
チュヴァシ
추바시
Czuwaszja
Tjuvasjien
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