Definition of Moravia in English:


Pronunciation /məˈrāvēə/ /məˈreɪviə/

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proper noun

  • A region of the Czech Republic, located between Bohemia on the west and the Carpathians on the east; chief town, Brno. A province of Bohemia from the 11th century, it was made an Austrian province in 1848 and became a part of Czechoslovakia in 1918.