Burstyn

Burstyn, Burshtyn, Burshtin, Birshtyn, or Bursztyn are derived from Polish (bursztyn) or Ukrainian (Бурштин) for amber (German and Yiddish: Bernstein, Börnsteen, Brennstein, lit. `burn[ing]stone`; lat. electrum or glaesum, ἤλεκτρον ēlektron). The terms can mean: ==People== ==Places== ...
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Burstyn

Experimental tank project, 1911 [AH]
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