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See also: Європа


Proper noun[edit]

Евро́па (Evrópaf

  1. Europe
  2. Europa (figure in Ancient Greek mythology)

Usage notes[edit]

  • Normally, it is not used with defifnite article as it is a proper noun. For example, you say: Европа е богата. Europe is rich. But when you want to refer to some ill-mannered Bulgarian who is heading for Europe, you use it with the definite article and it is feminine:
    • Ба́й Га́ньо тръ̀гнал по Евро́пата.Báj Gánjo trǎ̀gnal po Evrópata.Bay Ganyo has headed for that Europe!


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Proper noun[edit]

Евро́па (Jevrópaf anim, f inan (genitive Евро́пы)

  1. Europe
  2. Europa (moon of Jupiter)
  3. Europa (princess abducted to Crete by Zeus in Greek mythology)


Related terms[edit]

See also[edit]

(continents) континент; Австралия (Avstralija), Азия (Azija), Антарктида (Antarktida), Африка (Afrika), Европа (Jevropa), Северная Америка (Severnaja Amerika), Южная Америка (Južnaja Amerika) (Category: ru:Continents)


Alternative forms[edit]


  • IPA(key): /eʋrǒːpa/
  • Hyphenation: Ев‧ро‧па

Proper noun[edit]

Евро́па f (Latin spelling Evrópa)

  1. (Bosnia, Serbia) Europe
  2. (Bosnia, Serbia) Europa