Yakutsk

/jaˈkʊtsk/

Definitions of Yakutsk

Yakutsk

noun

  1. the capital of the Yakut Autonomous Republic in the NE Russian Federation in Asia, on the Lena River.
  2. an autonomous republic in the NE Russian Federation in Asia. 1,198,146 sq. mi. (3,103,200 sq. km). Capital: Yakutsk.
  3. a port in E Russia, capital of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia), on the Lena River. Pop: 214 000 (2005 est)

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Yakutsk

proper noun

  1. A city in eastern Russia, on the Lena River, capital of the republic of Yakutia; population 255,800 (est. 2008).

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Yakutsk

geographical name

  1. city of east central Russia in Asia on the Lena River population 269,500

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Example sentences for Yakutsk

  1. The severest cold afterwards experienced south of Yakutsk was 51° below zero, and that only upon one occasion.
  2. Every year from three to six "politicals" arrive in each of the settlements north of Yakutsk.
  3. According to his statement Menka had travelled with the letters to Yakutsk.
  4. A double sloop was built at Yakutsk for the voyage of Lassinius.
  5. I had hoped to procure furs for a moderate price in Yakutsk.
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