- ['mɔ:dvɪn]noun (plural same, Mordvins, or Mordva)1》 a member of a people of Finnic descent inhabiting Mordvinia in European Russia.2》 the Finno-Ugric language of the Mordvin.
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Mordvin — Mòrdvīn m (Mòrdvīnka ž) <N mn Mordvíni> DEFINICIJA stanovnik Mordvinije ETIMOLOGIJA vidi Mordvinija … Hrvatski jezični portal
Mordvin — /mawrd vin/, n. 1. a member of a Uralic people living in scattered communities in the middle Volga basin, esp. between Nizhni Novgorod and Saratov. 2. the Finnic language of the Mordvin, with two major dialects, sometimes considered distinct… … Universalium
Mordvin — /ˈmɔdvən/ (say mawdvuhn) noun 1. the Finnish people of the middle Volga region of Russia, chiefly inhabiting Mordvinia. 2. (plural Mordvins or Mordvin) a member of this people. 3. the language of this people. –adjective 4. of or relating to this… … Australian English dictionary
Mordvin — 1. adjective From, or pertaining to, Mordovia (Mordvinia) or their people or culture Syn: Mordovian, Mordvinian 2. noun a) A branch of the Finno Ugric … Wiktionary
Mordvin — n. one who belongs to the people who speak a Finno Ugric language (found primarily in Mordvinia, Russia) n. language of the Uralic family … English contemporary dictionary
mordvin — mord·vin … English syllables
Mordvin — noun 1. a member of the agricultural people living in the central Volga provinces of European Russia • Syn: ↑Mordva, ↑Mordvinian • Hypernyms: ↑Russian • Member Holonyms: ↑Soviet Russia, ↑Russia, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
Mordvin language — member of the Finno Ugric group of the Uralic language family, spoken in Mordvinia and neighbouring areas. The third largest Uralic language in number of speakers, Mordvin ranks after Hungarian and Finnish. It has two major dialects: Erzya … Universalium
Mordvins — Erzya and Moksha Mordvins Avvakum • Patriarch Nikon • Mikhail Devyatayev • Vasily Klyuchevsky Total population 843,350 (2002) … Wikipedia