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EtymologyEdit

Russian Ленингра́д (Leningrád). Named in honour of Vladimir Lenin. Russian suffixed onto Lenin + -grad (city)

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Leningrad

  1. (historical) The city of Saint Petersburg, from the time of Lenin's death in 1924 until 1991.
  2. The oblast in Russia which surrounds, but no longer contains, Saint Petersburg, its former administrative centre.

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Leningrad ?

  1. Leningrad

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Leningrad m

  1. Leningrad (name given to the city of Saint Petersburg from the time of Lenin's death in 1924 until 1991)

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Leningrad

  1. Leningrad

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Leningrad

  1. Leningrad

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Inflection of Leningrad (Kotus type 5/risti, no gradation)
nominative Leningrad
genitive Leningradin
partitive Leningradia
illative Leningradiin
singular plural
nominative Leningrad
accusative nom. Leningrad
gen. Leningradin
genitive Leningradin
partitive Leningradia
inessive Leningradissa
elative Leningradista
illative Leningradiin
adessive Leningradilla
ablative Leningradilta
allative Leningradille
essive Leningradina
translative Leningradiksi
instructive
abessive Leningraditta
comitative

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Leningrad n

  1. Leningrad

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  • IPA(key): /lɛˈɲin.ɡrat/
  • (file)

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Leningrad m

  1. Leningrad

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