Definition of Bukovina in English:

Bukovina

proper noun

  • A region of SE Europe in the Carpathians, divided between Romania and Ukraine. Formerly a province of Moldavia, it was ceded to Austria by the Turks in 1775. After the First World War it was made part of Romania, the northern part being incorporated into the Ukrainian SSR in the Second World War.

Pronunciation:

Bukovina

/ˌbʊkə(ʊ)ˈviːnə/