Ingrian

noun Ingri·an \ˈiŋ(g)rēən\

Definition of Ingrian

plural

-s

  1. :  a member of a western division of the Finns native to the old Baltic province of Ingria in which St. Petersburg was built —called also Inger, Ingerman

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Origin and Etymology of ingrian

Ingria, district of early Russia on the eastern end of the Gulf of Finland + English -an


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