Nizhyn


Nizhyn
['niːʒɪn]
м. Ніжин

English-Ukrainian transcription dictionary . 2014.

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  • David Bar-Rav-Hai — Date of birth 11 July 1894 Place of birth Nizhyn, Russian Empire Year of aliyah 1924 …   Wikipedia

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