Definition of Romanov in English:

Romanov

Syllabification: Ro·ma·nov
Pronunciation: /rōˈmänˌôf, ˈrōməˌnôf
 
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A dynasty that ruled in Russia from the accession of Michael Romanov (1596–1645) in 1613 until the overthrow of the last tsar, Nicholas II, in 1917.

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