Definition of Cracow in English:

Cracow

Syllabification: Crac·ow
Pronunciation: /ˈkräkˌou, ˈkräˌko͞of
 
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An industrial and college city in southern Poland, on the Vistula River; pop 754,624 (2008). It was the capital of Poland from 1320 until it was replaced by Warsaw in 1609. Polish name Kraków.

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