Definition of Dzerzhinsky, Feliks in English:

Dzerzhinsky, Feliks

proper noun

  • (1877–1926), Russian Bolshevik leader, of Polish descent; full name Feliks Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky. He was the organizer and first head of the post-revolutionary Soviet security police (the Cheka, later the OGPU).

Pronunciation:

Dzerzhinsky, Feliks

/dzəːˈʒɪnski/