Definition of Livonia in English:

Livonia

Syllabification: Li·vo·nia
Pronunciation: /liˈvōnēə
 
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1A region on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, north of Lithuania, that comprises most of present-day Latvia and Estonia. German name Livland.
2An industrial city in southeastern Michigan, west of Detroit; population 91,220 (est. 2008).

Derivatives

Livonian

adjective & noun
More example sentences
  • Sami is a Finno-Ugric language that is most closely related to Finnish, Estonian, Livonian, Votic, and several other little-known languages.
  • His campaigns in the west during the Livonian war were less successful and ended in defeat and renewed isolation from the West.
  • There are three main Latvian dialects: Central (which is used as the basis for written Latvian), East, and Livonian.

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