Jõgi

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Jõgi is an Estonian word and surname meaning "river". Jõgi may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Aili Jõgi (born 1931), Estonian schoolgirl who blew up a Soviet War monument in 1946
  • Ülo Jõgi (1921-2007), Estonian war historian, patriot and member of Estonian resistance against the Soviet occupation of Estonia

Other[edit]

  • Seesama jõgi (The Same River), a 2007 novel by Estonian author Jaan Kaplinski

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