Perm

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Rendition of the Russian toponym Пермь, probably from a Finno-Permic (Uralic) stem, compared to Estonian põrand, dialectal põrmand "floor, ground" by P. Alvre in Keel ja Kirjandus No 7, 1981, pp. 407-413.

Appears on western maps as latinized Permia in the late 16th century (Mercator (1595)).¨The Russian city of Perm is a modern foundation, established under Peter I in 1723.

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Perm

  1. historical region of northeastern Russia, corresponding to the Kama basin, a left tributary of the Volga. In Russian known as Пермь, also Пермь Великая "Great Perm" or Пермь Камская Kamskaya Perm after the Kama River.
  2. City in Russia, administrative centre of Perm kray near the Ural mountains.

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Perm n

  1. a city in Russia (Пермь)
  2. (geology) Permian

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Perm m

  1. Perm

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Perm f

  1. Perm (city in Russia)