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 Translation for 'Estonian' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   Estonian | - | -
NOUN1   Estonian | -
NOUN2   an Estonian | Estonians
SYNO Esthonian | Estonian
Estonian {adj}естонски
ист.
Estonian {noun}
естонец {м}
ист.
Estonian {noun} [female]
естонка {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Eesti Hoiupank (Estonian for "Estonian Savings Bank") was an Estonian bank which operated from 1992 to 1998.
  • Kalev/Cramo have won 12 Estonian Championships, 8 Estonian Cups and 1 Latvian-Estonian Basketball League title.
  • Artur Kaplur (1894 – 13 February 1953 Paide) was an Estonian politician. He was a member of Estonian Constituent Assembly, representing the Estonian Social Democratic Workers' Party.
  • She belongs to the following organizations: Estonian Artists' Association, Estonian Graphic Designers' Association, and Estonian Section of IBBY.
  • "Vikerkaar" ('rainbow' in Estonian) is an Estonian magazine published in Tallinn, Estonia by Kultuurileht SA. The magazine focuses on Estonian literature.

  • "Raamatukogu" is an Estonian magazine published in Tallinn, Estonia by Estonian Librarians Association and Estonian National Library.
  • Raadio 2 is Estonian radio station. It belongs to Estonian Public Broadcasting (formerly Estonian Radio) and started broadcasting on 1 May 1993.
  • In the autumn of 1208 Rūsiņš together with Varidots raided into estonian land of Saccalia and heavily devastated it.
  • "Eestlane olen ja eestlaseks jään" (Estonian: "I am Estonian and I will remain Estonian") is a protest song from the Estonian Singing Revolution performed by Ivo Linna and the group In Spe with lyrics by Alo Mattiisen.
  • SS "Eestirand" (Estonian for "Estonian Coast" or "Estonian Beach"), built in 1910, was an Estonian steel-hulled cargo steamship.

  • There is also Estonian House which is the unofficial Estonian Consulate in Toronto. The building houses banquets, social events, and an Estonian school.
  • Rakett69 is an Estonian science competition show, broadcast by Estonian Television and funded by the Estonian Research Council.
  • As Estonian nationalism grew steadily through the 19th century, the Estonian clergy also aspired for greater independence, starting with an Estonian diocese having a see in Tallinn headed by an Estonian bishop.
  • Meelis Kompus (born December 27, 1980 in Tallinn) is an Estonian civil servant and former Estonian TV and radio host, employed by the Estonian Public Broadcasting.
  • During the first post-war decade of Soviet rule, Estonia was governed by Moscow via Russian-born ethnic Estonian functionaries.

  • "Vaba Eesti Sõna" (Estonian for "Free Estonian Word") is an Estonian expatriate weekly newspaper published in New York City, United States established in 1949.
  • According to the university, as of 2016, Tartu alumni comprise 100% of Estonian judges; 99% of Estonian doctors, dentists, and pharmacists; 95% of Estonian judicial prosecutors; 87% of members of the Estonian Bar Association; 60% of the ministers in the Estonian government; and 40% of the members of the Riigikogu (Estonian Parliament).
  • "Siin me oleme!" (Estonian; [...]) is a 1979 Estonian movie written and directed by Sulev Nõmmik. The script was compiled on Juhan Smuul's motifs from "Suvitajad" (Estonian for "Summer tourists").
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