Definitions for balkanˈbɔl kən
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word balkan
an inhabitant of the Balkan Peninsula
Of or relating to the Balkan Peninsula
Of or relating to the Balkan Mountains
Of or relating to the Balkan countries and their inhabitants
Origin: From balkan
Balkan is the second studio album by Bosnian Serb singer Seka Aleksić. It was released in 2003. The album is named after the Balkan mountains. Balkan contains a few hit songs: "Crno i zlatno", "Šta je bilo, bilo je", "Idi lepi moj", "Jedna više", "Oči plave boje" and the title track.
The numerical value of balkan in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of balkan in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Onshore wind in eastern Europe and the Balkan countries is currently interesting, especially in Poland and Romania.
It's important that every country on the Balkan route acts more restrictively, a backlog on the Slovenian side... cannot be ruled out.
The EU that all of us (Balkan countries) are aspiring to, it has lost its magic power, yes we all want to join, but it is no longer the big dream it was in the past.
Even if the refugee situation has eased at internal borders along the West Balkan route, we look with concern at the developments on the external borders of the Union.
German offshore wind has become very important for us, onshore wind in eastern Europe and the Balkan countries is currently interesting, especially in Poland and Romania.
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