Devín

Devín (Dévény, Theben) originally a separate town at the confluence of the Danube and Morava rivers, is now a suburb of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. It is an important archaeological site, famous for the ruins of Devín Castle. Devín lies near the Devín Gate, which was viewed as the western gateway to the Kingdom of Hungary It lies on...
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Devin

[name] {Unreferenced|date=May 2010} The male or female name Devin is pronounced DEV-in. It is of Irish and Gaelic origin, and its meaning is most commonly given as `bard` or `poet`. More common as a boy’s name, the feminine spelling is usually Devon. The name may also be spelt Devan, Deven, and rarely Devyn. The name Davinia may also be a...
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Devin

Devin is an Irish name for boys and girls. The meaning is `beloved` The name Devin is most commonly given to American boys. Although in most countries Devin is a name given to boys. In the United States, 1 out of 17 Devin`s are girls. Use for the other sex: Devin,, Devin What do they use in other countries? Devyn (English) Dewi (NAMES_Wels) Devan (...
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devín

The white grape variety is a new breed between Tramín Cervený ( Gewurztraminer ) x Veltlínske Červené ( Red Veltliner ). Synonyms are Ryvola (was first name) and TCVCB 15/4. The crossing took place in 1958 in Slovakia (then Czechoslovakia) by Dorata Pospisilova and Ondrej Korpas. Of the variety protection was granted in 1998. By the way, with ...
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