Why is ukraine called ukraine?
Ukraine in a translation to an Ukrainian language is "in country". For someone who knows: У Кра!!на. (ukraina) u- in, kraina- country. Make sense.
Ukraine is a country in eastern Europe between Russia on the east,Belarus on the North, Poland on the west, and Romania, Moldova, andthe Black Sea to the south. On that map i…t is in the right middle. It is the largest country in Europe not including Russia becausethe most of the Russia is located in Asia. Ukraine is a former Soviet republic, now an independent country, SWof Russia and also bordering on (amongst others) Poland, Slovakia,Hungary and Romania. It was a part of the Soviet Union, but now it is an independentcountry. It is right next to Poland and Russia. But it is NOT A PART OFRUSSIA ANY MORE, it is independent since 1991. Also it is thebiggest country in Europe not counting Russia and not countingFrance with all its colonies in Africa, because as a country Francein smaller than Ukraine. Eastern Europe. between Russia and PolandEurope Ukraine is in Europe
Because of the kind of soil in Ukraine, farms are very productiveof various grain crops.
Ukraine is a country located in Eastern Europe. It is the second largest country on the European continent, after Russia.
Some people used to refer to it as such, and some still do, butthis is linguistically wrong. The name of the country is simplyUkraine. So it is grammatically right to write 'U…kraine' not 'the Ukraine.' Using "the" is a holdover from when Ukraine was under Russiandomination. Both the czars and the Soviets denied the nationhood ofUkraine, and tried to force the people to assimilate. This was doneby banning the usage of the Ukrainian language and by trying to getpeople to believe that Ukraine was merely a region of RUssia, andthat the Ukrainians were merely "Little Russians." The correct usage (and that preferred by the current government) is simply "Ukraine." The other usage was preferred by the Russian and Soviet overlords in Ukraine's past; they denied the separate nationhood of Ukraine, and considered it merely a region of Russia. Thus the usage.
In Ukraine, Santa is known as ÐÑÐ´ ÐÐ¾ÑÐ¾Ð· (Did Moroz, "GrandpaFrost") or Ð¡Ð²ÑÑÐ¸Ð¹ ÐÐ¸ÐºÐ¾Ð»Ð°Ð¹ (Sviaty Mykolay, "Saint Ni…cholas").
The country code for India is +91. The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here"; from Ukraine, that's 00. Also, you need to drop the leading zero from th…e Indian number.
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You can walk, run or swim, better ask them first though. Just a word of warning watch your back as you will probably get shot. It has been nice answering your question and I h…ope you have enjoyed your life.
In Ukraine Santa Claus is called Ded Moroz.
The country is simply called "Ukraine" without the definite article.