Genevan

Genevan
{dʒi'ni:vən}
I. a женевски
II. 1. женевец
2. калвинист
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{ji'ni:vъn} I. а женевски; II. n 1. женевец; 2. калвинист.
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женевски;
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1. i. a женевски 2. ii. женевец 3. калвинист
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Genevan[dʒi´ni:vən] I. adj женевски; II. n 1. женевец; 2. ист., рел. калвинист.

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