- A city in west central Romania; population 305,620 (2006). The city was founded by 12th-century German-speaking colonists; by the 19th century it belonged to Hungary and was the cultural centre of Transylvania. The name was changed from Cluj in the mid 1970s to incorporate the name of a nearby ancient settlement. Hungarian name Kolozsvár; German name Klausenburg.
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- The US English dictionary