Someone from Moscow, Russia is known as a Muscovite.
The Shona people are the native Bantu speaking people of South Africa.
Because they belong to Moscow!
Rupert's Land, it was controlled by the Hudson Bay Company. I don't know what the native word was.
No, Moscow is the capital of Russia.
Natives of Moscow are called Muscovites
Moscow, called Moskva in Russia, has pretty much always been called that. It is named for the river that it is located on, the Moskva River, originally "Grad Moskov" the city by the Moskva River. In ancient times it was the capital of the Grand Duchy of Muscovy.
Moscow is a city and is the capital of Russia. The president of Russia is currently Dmitri Medvedev. Moscow's mayor is Yuri Luzhkov. There is also a district called Moscow Oblast, which is similar to a state in the USA. The governor of Moscow Oblast is Boris Gromov.
You may be referring to the Kremlin.
The date for the Battle of Moscow is October 2nd 1941. The Germans called this battle Operation Typhoon.
The subway system in Moscow is called the "Metro". A railway station is called a "vokzal" or maybe a "stantsiya", a Subway Station is called a "Stantsii Metro". There are about 200 subway stations in Moscow and the network is growing.
I think "ite" is a suffix NOT a root word.However suburbanite means a native of the suburbs if that helps.A Moscovite lives in Moscow
What is the native of Scotland called? Scottish