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The translation of the name doesn't sound utterly kosher. Krähn, yes - German. Meaning crows. However holm - I am rather sure - is a Swedish word (think Stockholm). Ergo a melange of German and Swedish? The original Estonian name for Kreenholm might have been Lepasaar. See Narva Ajalugu 1, 1936, p. 22. Sean Maleter (talk) 08:12, 1 September 2015 (UTC)