- Chernobyl city in Ukraine (Ukr. Chornobyl), from Rus. chernobylnik "mugwort." Site of 1986 nuclear disaster.
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Chernobyl — (as transliterated from the ru. Чернобыль, IPA ru|tɕɪˈrnobɨlʲ), or Chornobyl (as transliterated from uk. Чорнобиль, IPA2|tʃɔrˈnɔbɪlʲ), was a city in northern Ukraine, in the Kyiv Oblast (province) near the border with Belarus.The city was… … Wikipedia
CHERNOBYL — CHERNOBYL, town on the River Pripet, Kiev district, Ukraine. It had one of the oldest Jewish settlements in the Ukraine, dating from the end of the 17th century. It was originally under the jurisdiction of the Lithuanian Council and attached in… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Chernobyl — → Chernóbil … Diccionario panhispánico de dudas
Chernobyl — [cher nō′bəl] city in NC Ukraine: site of a nuclear power plant where a serious accident occurred in 1986 … English World dictionary
Chernobyl — /ˈtʃɜnəbil/ (say chernuhbeel), /tʃəˈnoʊbəl/ (say chuh nohbuhl) noun a town in Ukraine, near Kiev; site of an accident at a nuclear plant in 1986, resulting in a large amount of radiation being released into the atmosphere. The Chernobyl disaster… … Australian English dictionary
Chernobyl — Tchernobyl 51°16′35″N 30°13′00″E / 51.27639, 30.216667 … Wikipédia en Français
Chernobyl — 切爾諾培爾 (Chinese), Chernobyl Чернобыль (Russian, common transliteration), Chornobyl Чорнобиль (Ukrainian, official transliteration), Černobyl (Czech), Çernobıl (Azeri), Tjernobyl (Swedish), Tschernobyl (German), Csernobil (Hungarian), Cernobâl… … Names of cities in different languages
Chernobyl — geographical name site N Ukraine of town abandoned after 1986 nuclear accident … New Collegiate Dictionary
Chernobyl — Tschornobyl (Чорнобиль) … Deutsch Wikipedia
Chernobyl — /cherr noh beuhl/; Russ. /chyirdd naw bil/, n. a city in N Ukraine, 80 mi. NW of Kiev: nuclear plant accident 1986. * * * … Universalium