Jassy

Jassy, ancient capital of Moldavia, situated 89 m. NE. of Bucharest; is the seat of an archbishop and a university, and has a large community of Jews; trades largely with Russia in corn, spirits, and wine.

Population (circa 1900) given as 90,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Jasper * Jâtaka
Jaques
Jarnac
Jaroslav
Jarpnoonk
Jarrow
Jarvie, Bailie Nicol
Jasher, Book Of
Jasmin, Jacques
Jason
Jasper
Jassy
Jâtaka
Jats
Java
Jay, John
Jay, William
Jayadeva
Jean d'Épee
Jean Jacques
Jean Paul
Jeanne d'Albret

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