Moldova definition

  • others:
    • Formerly Mol·da·vi·a (-dāˈvē-ə, -dāvˈyə)Moldova A country of east Europe bordering on Romania. Made up of lands acquired by Russia through the historical area of Moldavia in 1791, 1793, and 1812 and (after 1940) part of Bessarabia, it was founded as an autonomous republic of USSR in 1924 and became a constituent republic in 1940, referred to as Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic. Moldova declared its self-reliance in 1991. Chişinău is the money in addition to biggest town. Populace: 4,320,000.
  • proper-noun:
    • A country in Europe, situated between Romania to the west and Ukraine towards the east, north and south. Formal name: Republic of Moldova (Romanian: Republica Moldova).
    • a spot in eastern Romania right beside the united states of Moldova, when an element of the principality of Moldova
  • noun:
    • a landlocked republic in east European countries; formerly a European soviet but accomplished self-reliance in 1991

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