A Russian national parliament during czarist times.(noun)
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Use "duma" in a sentence
"The product, called duma, is primed by a specially prepared starter culture called duma-grains (iyal-duma)."
"I'm probably a total duma$$ but VLC just don't work for me ..."
"There is opposition to its missile defense provisions in both ratifying bodies—Congress and the Russian duma—for opposite reasons: the Russians say they have the right to withdraw from the treaty if the U.S. takes any missile defense steps not to its liking, and anti-treaty forces on the U.S. side have argued against ratification because they believe it will hamper ballistic missile defense."