Type Country
Pronounced Pron. slo-VEE-nee-ə(English)
zlo-VEH-nya(Italian)
slo-VEH-nee-a(Romanian)
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Meaning & History

From Slovene, the language of the Slovenes, derived from the medieval Slavic tribal name slovene meaning "Slavs". This is the name of a country in central Europe. Note that the name of this country is closely related to that of Slovakia.

Related Names

VariantsSlovakia(English) Slovacchia(Italian) Slovakia(Norwegian) Slovakia(Finnish) Slovakia(Greek)
Other Languages & CulturesSlowakye, Slowenië(Afrikaans) Slovenija(Bosnian) Sloveniya(Bulgarian) Eslovàquia, Eslovènia(Catalan) Slovačka, Slovenija(Croatian) Slovensko, Slovinsko(Czech) Slovakiet, Slovenien(Danish) Slovenië, Slowakije(Dutch) Slovaquie, Slovénie(French) Slowakei, Slowenien(German) Szlovákia(Hungarian) Sloveniya(Kazakh) Sloveniya(Kyrgyz) Slovēnija(Latvian) Slovėnija(Lithuanian) Slovačka, Slovenija(Macedonian) Eslovènia(Occitan) Słowacja(Polish) Eslováquia(Portuguese) Eslovênia(Portuguese (Brazilian)) Eslovénia(Portuguese (European)) Sloveniya(Russian) Slovačka, Slovenija(Serbian) Slovensko, Slovinsko(Slovak) Slovaška, Slovenija(Slovene) Eslovaquia, Eslovenia(Spanish) Slovakien, Slovenien(Swedish) Sloveniya(Tajik) Sloveniya(Ukrainian) Sloveniya(Uzbek)
User SubmissionsSlóvenía, Slôvenia, Slovénia

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Entry updated April 25, 2021