Neman

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See also: neman and némán

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From Russian Не́ман (Néman), from Lithuanian Nemunas, of uncertain origin, possibly from an Old Lithuanian word meaning "damp, wet" (Proto-Indo-European *ned- (wet), sharing Ancient Greek νοτερός (noterós)), or from nemti (to become silent), or from Finnic niemi (cape).

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Neman

  1. A river in Eastern Europe, flowing through Belarus, Lithuania and Russia to the Baltic Sea.
  2. A town in Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia.

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