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Mol·da·vi·a

 (mŏl-dā′vē-ə, -dāv′yə, môl-)
1. A historical region of eastern Romania east of Transylvania. Part of the Roman province of Dacia, it became a principality in the 1300s and passed to the Ottoman Empire in 1504, although it was continually attacked and often controlled by other powers. In 1862, Moldavia united with Wallachia to form the nucleus of modern Romania.
2. See Moldova.

Mol·da′vi·an adj. & n.

Moldavian

(mɒlˈdeɪvɪən)
adj, n
(Placename) another name for Moldovan
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the former E European principality of Moldavia or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Moldavia
Translations
limba moldoveneascămoldovenesc

Moldavian

[mɒlˈdeɪvɪən] (formerly)
A. ADJmoldavo
B. Nmoldavo/a m/f

Moldavian

[mɒlˈdeɪviən] Moldovan [mɒlˈdəʊvən] adjmoldave

Moldavian

[ˌmɒlˈdeɪvɪən] Moldovan [mɒlˈdəʊvən] adj & nmoldavo/a
References in classic literature ?
Nurse Savishna, knitting in hand, was telling in low tones, scarcely hearing or understanding her own words, what she had told hundreds of times before: how the late princess had given birth to Princess Mary in Kishenev with only a Moldavian peasant woman to help instead of a midwife.
In recent years, the installation of modern technological equipment for the primary processing of grapes of Italian, Bulgarian, and Moldavian production at 19 winemaking sites of these enterprises ensured the achievement of efficiency in this industry.
Ecaterina Chilaru, 36, a Moldavian national, has been missing from her home in Paphos since Wednesday morning.
Thus, Neftchi FC win 9-0 on aggregate Moldavian opponent and qualified to the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.
European property developer Kleindienst Group is offering investors in its UAE luxury project, The Heart of Europe, a European passport following their purchase of a property in the 'floating homes' in Dubai, with Phase 1 property owners whose investments exceed $1.36m (AED5m) automatically qualified for free Moldavian citizenship.
The Romanian study area comprises the eastern (Moldavian Plateau) and south-eastern part of the country (Romanian Plain).
blinis; fried Moldavian flatbread with farmers cheese and black currant jam; and smoked paprikash braised beef shank crostini.
Amid the revolutionary crisis of 1905 and due to the new avenues opened for public activity, a group of conservative Romanian-speaking landowners and officials founded the Moldavian Society for the Spread of National Culture in September 1905Under the leadership of Pavel Dicescul, a prominent local activist and a marshal of nobility for Kishinev District, this organization championed the rather moderate agenda of cultural enlightenment aimed at the Romanian-speaking peasantry, while emphasizing its loyalty to the dynasty and the imperial order.
the case of racial and ethnic politics in the Moldavian Csangos is used to shed light on ethnic identity and minority politics in Eastern Europe as a whole.
In this context, the present study focuses on a comparative semiotic analysis of two nation branding campaigns initiated by the Romanian and Moldavian Governments: Discover the Place Where You Feel Reborn (Romania, 2014) and Discover the Routes of Life (Moldova, 2014).
I had worked really hard for it after all that time out of action," added the Moldavian born judoka, who lost in the semis to eventual gold medallist Japan's Shohei Ono.
His wife, Madame Natalia is doing very fine paintings representing the various cultures she belongs to, the Ukrainian culture, the Moldavian culture and the Pakistani culture.'