Kolyma

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Etymology[edit]

From the Russian Колыма́ f (Kolymá)

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Kolyma

  1. An area in the far north-eastern region of Russia; location of Stalinist slave labour camps in the 1930s to 1950s.
  2. A river in the far north-eastern area of Russia.

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Kolyma f

  1. Kolyma (a traditional region in northeastern Russia)

Proper noun[edit]

Kolyma m

  1. Kolyma (a river in northeastern Russia)