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 Translation for 'Latvian' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   Latvian | - | -
NOUN1   a Latvian | Latvians
NOUN2   Latvian [language] | -
SYNO Latvian | Lettish
Latvian {adj}латвийски
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Latvian {noun}
латвиец {м}
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Latvian {noun} [female]
латвийка {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Olimpija Rīga was a Latvian football club based in Riga that played in the Latvian Latvian Higher League from 1992 to 1995.
  • The company is a member of the Latvian Association of Latvian Passengers, the Latvian Quality Association and the Latvian Association of Auto-Engineering.
  • According to Kariņš, he and his older sister were the only two ethnic Latvian children in their elementary school.
  • At 2004 season he was in latvian Virsliga as the membe of Liepājas Metalurgs.
  • In 1922 Čaks together with many former Red latvian riflemen returned to Latvia.

  • In 1947 the Australian Latvian Welfare Organisation was established, which was later replaced by the Sydney Latvian Society in 1952.
  • Aleksejs Saveljevs (born 30 January 1999) is a Latvian footballer who plays as a midfielder for latvian club, FK Auda.
  • He runs latvians.lv an Internet portal for far-right Latvian nationalist groups.
  • Grobiņas sporta centrs (...) is a Latvian football club based in Grobiņa and plays in the 2nd tier of Latvian football Latvian First League and the Latvian Football Cup.
  • Jānis Strupulis (monogram "JS", born 28 January 1949) is a Latvian sculptor and graphical designer, who designed some of the modern Latvian coins with denominations in Latvian lats.

  • "Supernova" is a Latvian music entertainment show created by the Latvian broadcaster, LTV. It is currently used as the Latvian national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest.
  • AFA Olaine is a Latvian football club. They compete in the second-highest division of Latvian football (1. līga) and the Latvian Football Cup.
  • FK Salaspils is a Latvian football club. They compete in the second-highest division of Latvian football (2. līga) and the Latvian Football Cup.
  • FK Ogre is a Latvian football club. They are based in the Latvian town of Ogre, Latvia.
  • The 2013 Latvian Supercup was the first edition of the Latvian Supercup, an annual football match organised by Latvian Football Federation and contested by the reigning champions of the two main Latvian club competitions, the Latvian Higher League and the Latvian Football Cup.

  • Alvis Hermanis is married to latvian actress Kristīne Krūze and they have 3 children.
  • Football (soccer) competitions: Baltic League, Latvian Higher League, Latvian Football Cup. See also: List of Latvian football transfers winter 2010-2011.
  • Since then this area became known as Griesenberg (Grīziņkalns in latvian).
  • The Latvian Rugby Federation (Latvian: "Latvijas Regbija Federacija") was founded in 1963, and joined the IRB in 1991, after Latvian independence.
  • Dainis Turlais (born 24 November 1950 in Madona, Latvian SSR) is a Latvian politician and former Soviet and Latvian officer.

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