Definitions for vladimirˈvlæd əˌmɪər, vləˈdi mɪr
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Vlad•i•mirˈvlæd əˌmɪər, vləˈdi mɪr(n.)
Saint. Also, Vladimir I. (“Vladimir the Great”) a.d. c956-1015, grand prince of Kiev 980-1015: first Christian ruler of Russia.
Category: Ancient History, Biography
a city in the W Russian Federation, E of Moscow. 343,000.
Category: Geography (places)
popular in the history of Slavic countries and societies, but rare as a name of English-speaking persons.
A city in Russia (u0412u043Bu0430u0434u0438u043Cu0438u0440 - Vladu00EDmir) (see the Wikipedia article), administrative centre of Vladimir oblast.
Origin: Saint's name in the Russian Orthodox Church, from Володимѣръ, , from + , changed by folk etymology into .
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
capital of a government in the centre of Russia, 120 m. NE. of Moscow; once practically the capital of the country, with many remains of its ancient grandeur.