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JERUZALEM  added 7/12/2018, 10:24:28 AM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form.
Sofia  7/12/2018
 
GANA  added 7/12/2018, 9:04:56 AM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form.
Sofia  7/12/2018
 
NIEMCY  added 6/25/2018, 9:16:39 AM by theparkite
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The word nēici (the root of Niemcy) originally meant “the mute, those unable to speak.” It gained the association “those unable to speak *Slavic*, by extension ‘foreigner.’” Later on it came to be associated with Germans specifically. [noted -ed]
theparkite  6/25/2018
 
LEHI  added 6/25/2018, 9:10:20 AM by theparkite
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Also a city in Utah, located in Utah County. It’s considered to be a suburb of Salt Lake City.
theparkite  6/25/2018
 
RUMÄNIEN  added 6/9/2018, 1:01:43 PM by Beautiful Victory
 
SCHWEIZ  added 6/9/2018, 12:53:43 PM by Beautiful Victory
 
KAZAKHSTAN  added 2/16/2018, 10:25:56 AM by highexpectasians
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This is also the Basque, Catalan, Abazin, Altai, Bulgarian, Circassian, Chuvash, Macedonian, Mongolian, Serbian, and Ukrainian name for the country, spelled as "Казахстан" in Cyrillic for all the aforementioned languages that use the alphabet.
highexpectasians  2/16/2018
 
ALGERIA  added 2/12/2018, 1:43:17 PM by Sofia
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Also Romanian, Malay, Tagalog, Igbo, Swahili form.
Sofia  2/12/2018
 
BÖHMEN  added 9/1/2017, 6:59:41 AM by Beautiful Victory
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Also Swedish
https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%B6hmen [noted -ed]
Beautiful Victory  9/1/2017
 
LONDON  added 8/31/2017, 3:16:01 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/31/2017
 
BERLIN  added 8/31/2017, 3:15:19 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/31/2017
 
JORDAN  added 8/26/2017, 3:49:50 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/26/2017
 
KONGO  added 8/24/2017, 8:10:50 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/24/2017
 
NIGER  added 8/24/2017, 8:06:59 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/24/2017
 
PAKISTAN  added 8/23/2017, 8:22:40 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/23/2017
 
IRAN  added 8/23/2017, 6:59:36 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/23/2017
 
KANADA  added 8/22/2017, 5:04:50 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/22/2017
 
BALGARIYA  added 8/18/2017, 3:17:00 PM by Sofia
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Spelled Bǎlgariya.
Sofia  8/18/2017
 
SLOVENIJA  added 8/18/2017, 3:01:00 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/18/2017
 
PORTUGAL  added 8/17/2017, 6:02:48 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/17/2017
 
JAPAN  added 8/17/2017, 6:00:16 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/17/2017
 
BRAZIL  added 8/17/2017, 5:56:00 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/17/2017
 
AMERIKA  added 8/17/2017, 5:54:57 PM by Sofia
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Also Croatian form. [noted -ed]
Sofia  8/17/2017
 
NILO  added 3/18/2017, 1:11:59 PM by ailiathena
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The patron saint of scribes and calligraphers, Saint Nilus the Younger (Nilo in Spanish, Italian and Portuguese) lived from 910 to 1005 AD in Greece and Italy.
ailiathena  3/18/2017
 
ASIA  added 3/13/2017, 5:51:07 AM by True
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The name Asia was once the name of the planet that we live in today now called earth.
True  3/13/2017
 
GERMANIA  added 1/14/2017, 12:09:18 PM by heyyyyyyyyyyyy
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Also Greek place name.
heyyyyyyyyyyyy  1/14/2017
 
CHUUGOKU  added 3/15/2016, 6:35:04 AM by m4yb3_daijirou
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Also refers to the Chūgoku region, consisting of Hiroshima, Okayama, Shimane, Tottori and Yamaguchi prefectures, which uses the same kanji and is officially called Chūgoku-chihō (中国地方). [noted -ed]
m4yb3_daijirou  3/15/2016
 
PHILADELPHIA  added 11/23/2015, 9:11:41 PM by Anonymous User
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Philadelphia means "brotherly love", but perhaps not as you understand it. Ptolemy II Philadelphus got that name after he married his sister.
― Anonymous User  11/23/2015
 
CUINCHY  added 11/19/2011, 12:00:00 AM by Meapergirl
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The given name Quincy derives from this place name. Cuinchy sounds funny, I think.
Meapergirl  11/19/2011
 
CHELSEA  added 11/14/2011, 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous User
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I've heard of two men with this name... and it doesn't seem out of place to me. From my own personal standpoint, Chelsea feels much like Courtney, Meredith, Jocelyn or Shannon (all names that were once exclusively masculine).
― Anonymous User  11/14/2011