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January 14, 2015 11:30 pm  #61


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

In Turkish:
Germany: Almanya
Greece: Yunanistan
Switzerland: İsviçre
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January 15, 2015 9:12 am  #62


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

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January 18, 2015 1:04 pm  #63


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

In Latvian Lithuania is called Lietuva (in Lihthuanian also Lietuva) same

 

February 4, 2015 4:34 am  #64


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

Indonesia in different language.

Indonésie (France)
Endonezya (Turkey)
Indonezija (Croatia)
Indonesië (Holland)
Indonezja (Poland)

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February 14, 2015 8:57 pm  #65


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

ok, let's see... For example, In Ukrainian "Germany" is called "Німеччина" (Nimechchyna)
"Georgia" -- "Грузія" (Gruziya)
"Egypt" -- "Єгипет" (Yegypet)
"Algeria" -- "Алжир" (Alzhyr)
"Denmark" -- "Данія" (Daniya)

 

March 3, 2015 11:29 am  #66


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

Saturnia wrote:

ok, let's see... For example, In Ukrainian "Germany" is called "Німеччина" (Nimechchyna)

Thats interesting, because the most countries call Germany Allemania or something like that. Do you know why it's called Німеччина?
 


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March 9, 2015 1:00 pm  #67


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

Holland - Nederland <- the Netherlands


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March 30, 2015 11:12 pm  #68


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

In Hebrew, France is "Tzarfat", Egypt is "Mitzrayim", India is "Hodu", Gaza is "Azza", Spain is "Sfarad" and Greece is "Yavan". Germany is now "Germaniya", but it used to be referred to as "Ashkenaz". United States is "Artzoth Habrith", literally meaning "Lands of the Covenant".

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April 6, 2015 10:25 pm  #69


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

tricksiebzehn wrote:

Saturnia wrote:

ok, let's see... For example, In Ukrainian "Germany" is called "Німеччина" (Nimechchyna)

Thats interesting, because the most countries call Germany Allemania or something like that. Do you know why it's called Німеччина?
 

It comes from the word німий - meaning mute

 

April 22, 2015 11:14 am  #70


Re: Unusual names of Countries in different languages

Slovaks calls themselve "Slovenci", Slovenes calls themselve "Slovenci" too.
Slovakia is "Slovensko", Slovenia is "Slovinsko"
 


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