Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic

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Molda′vian So′viet So′cialist Repub′lic


n.
the former official name of Moldavia (def. 2).
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On 27 August 1991, as part of the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Moldavian SSR declared independence and took the name Moldova.
Portnoy was born on November 11, 1954 in Kishinev of the Moldavian SSR.
(in 000) Russian SFSR 6,592,800 146,000 Ukrainian SSR 233,100 51,377 Uzbek SSR 172,700 19,569 Kazakh SSR 1,049,200 16,470 Byelorussian SSR 80,200 10,141 Azerbaijan SSR 33,400 6,921 Georgian SSR 26,911 5,297 Tadzhik SSR 54,019 4,969 Moldavian SSR 13,012 4,224 Kirghiz SSR 76,642 4,238 Lithuanian SSR 26,173 3,682 Armenian SSR 11,306 3,459 Turkmen SSR 188,417 3,455 Latvian SSR 24,695 2,673 Estonian SSR 17,413 1,571