Ingnasi ( est. Ignasõ ), in the local dialect also Ingnasila ( est. Ignasilõ ) is a village in Setomaa parish, Võrumaa , Estonia . Refers to Mokornulk .
|History and geography|
|Climate type||moderate, transitional from sea to continental|
|Timezone||UTC + 2 , in the summer UTC + 3|
|Population||▼ 6 people ( 2011 )|
|Nationalities||Estonians - 100%|
Before the administrative reform of Estonian local governments in 2017, the village was part of Meremäe Parish.
Number of inhabitants
According to the 2011 census , 6 people lived in the village, all Estonians  .
In 2000 there were 2 inhabitants in the village  .
In 2018, the number of villagers was 3  .
The village of Ignasy is located 23 kilometers south-west of the volost center - the village of Varska - and 19 kilometers east of the county center - the city of Võru . Height above sea level - 102 meters  .
In written sources of 1652 Ignashevo is mentioned, 1681 - Inasen Bÿ , 1686 - Ignasheva, ~ 1866 - Ignashov, 1882 - Ignashovo, ~ 1900 - Ignatov, 1904 - Ignasimäe , Ignasõ mäe , Ignasho, ~ 1920 - Ignase , 1922 - Ignasemäe , 1924 - Ignatsimäe .
In the 18th century, the village was part of the Taeluwa community , and in the 19th century it was also part of the Obinitsa parish .
In 1977 - 1997 Ignasa was part of the village of Härma .
The origin of the toponym
The name of the village comes from the personal name Ignas ( Ignas ), which is an abbreviation of the Latin Ignatius ( Ignatius ). Ignashevo, Ignashevo is a common toponym in Pechory . 
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