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Tur·ku

 (to͝or′ko͞o′)
A city of southwest Finland on the Baltic Sea west of Helsinki. Settled in the early 1200s, it was the capital of Finland until 1812.
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Turku

(Finnish ˈturku)
n
(Placename) a city and port in SW Finland, on the Gulf of Bothnia: capital of Finland until 1812. Pop: 175 059 (2003 est). Swedish name: Åbo
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Tur•ku

(ˈtʊər ku)

n.
a seaport in SW Finland. 163,400. Swedish, Åbo.
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Translations
Turu
Turku
Turku
Aboa
Åbo
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