Definitions

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  • noun An inhabitant of the Republic of Moldova.
  • noun historical An inhabitant or citizen of the former Principality of Moldavia.
  • proper noun The Romanian language spoken in the Republic of Moldova and in the territory of Transnistria, which may be written in either the Cyrillic or the Roman alphabet.
  • adjective Relating to the country of Moldova.
  • adjective Relating to the former Principality of Moldavia.
  • adjective Relating to the Moldavian language.

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  • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of Moldova or its people or culture

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Examples

  • Linguists across the world are, though, in agreement: "Moldovan" is Romanian.

    languagehat.com: MOLDOVAN/ROMANIAN.

  • He speaks Moldovan, which is close to Romanian, and hence learning Spanish and Italian in three months was piece of cake.

    cafebabel.com

  • The Moldovan is a product of the World Cycling Centre in Aigle, Switzerland, where he trained under former Swiss pro Daniel Gisigier.

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  • Romanian (officially known as Moldovan) is the official language; Russian,

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  • Romanian (officially known as Moldovan) is the official language; Russian,

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  • In retaliation, he expelled Romania's ambassador and introduced the idea of Moldovan visas for Romanians.

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  • Romanian (officially known as Moldovan) is the official language; Russian,

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  • Languages: Romanian (officially known as Moldovan), Russian, Ukrainian, Gagauz.

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  • Languages: Romanian (officially known as Moldovan), Russian, Ukrainian, Gagauz.

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  • In retaliation, he expelled Romania's ambassador and introduced the idea of Moldovan visas for Romanians.

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