Chudskoye Ozero

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Chudskoye Ozero

(Russian ˈtʃutskəjɪ ˈɔzɪrə)
(Placename) the Russian name for Lake Peipus
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(ˈpaɪ pəs)

a lake in N Europe, on the border between Estonia and the W Russian Federation. 93 mi. (150 km) long; 356 sq. mi. (920 sq. km).Russian, Chudskoye Ozero. Estonian, Peip•si (ˈpeɪp si)
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(in Estonian Peipsi jarv, in Russian Chudskoye ozero) in the north and Lake Pihkva (in Estonian Pihkva jarv, in Russian Pskovskoye ozero) in the south, and a small strait-like Lake Lammijarv (in Estonian also Soejarv, in Russian Teploye ozero) connecting them.