Ivaň

Ivaň is the name of several locations in the Czech Republic: ...
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Ivan

(III) Grand Duke of Muscovy from 1462. He revolted against Tatar overlordship by refusing tribute to Grand Khan Ahmed in 1480. He claimed the title of tsar (Caesar), and used the double-headed eagle as the Russian state emblem
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Ivan

(IV) Grand Duke of Muscovy from 1533. He assumed power in 1544 and was crowned as first tsar of Russia in 1547. He conquered Kazan in 1552, Astrakhan in 1556, and Siberia in 1581. He reformed the legal code and local administration in 1555 and established trade relations with England. In his l...
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Ivan

[gorilla] Ivan was a western lowland gorilla born in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. He spent the first 27 years of his life in a 40` x 40` concrete enclosure on display for the public at the B&I Circus Store in Tacoma, Washington. After local animal welfare organizations successfully campaigned for his release to a facility w...
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Ivan

[name] Ivan is a Christian male given name that is primarily associated with Slavic languages. It is the most common Slavic variant of the name `John`. ==Etymology== Ivan is the common Slavic Latin spelling, while Cyrillic spelling is two-fold: in Bulgarian, Russian, Macedonian, Serbian, Montenegrin it is Иван, while in Belarusian and U...
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Ivan

Ivan is a Slavic name for boys. The meaning is `God is gracious` The name Ivan is most commonly given to Italian boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) If it's too long you might use: Van Use for the other sex: Ivanna, Ivana The name sounds like: Evan, Ivon, Iven, Ivann See also: Vanya, Sión, Ieuan, Iefan, Ifan, Jon, Juan, Janez, Jovan,...
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Ivan

Ivan is slang for a Russian.
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