Transylvania [tran-sil-veyn-yuh, -vey-nee-uh] Examples noun
- a region and former province in central Romania: formerly part of Hungary. 24,027 sq. mi. (62,230 sq. km).
Related formsTran·syl·va·nian, adjective, noun Examples from the Web for transylvania Contemporary Examples of transylvania
We were talking last night about making a vampire film festival in Transylvania.
March 11, 2014
When the horror comes from Transylvania, there’s always a comfortable giggle behind the shudders.
June 20, 2012
A good amount below the GDP of the real Transylvania ($70 billion).
November 18, 2009
And Stoker had no more visited Transylvania than Burroughs Africa.
July 2, 2009
Historical Examples of transylvania
Boiling Springs, Ky., represented in Transylvania legislature, 193.
Alexander Scott Withers
Once you ‘re down in Transylvania, write me word whom you ‘d like to know.
Charles James Lever
I am going home, to Transylvania, for my people are in trouble and I must go and help them.
And when you come back, if you find me asleep, just whisper in my ear, ‘News from Transylvania!’
She fetched from her bookcase a military map of Transylvania.
British Dictionary definitions for transylvania Transylvania noun
- a region of central and NW Romania: belonged to Hungary from the 11th century until 1918; restored to Romania in 1947