List of country names in various languages (J–P)

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Most countries of the world have different names in different languages. Some countries have also undergone name changes for political or other reasons. This article attempts to give all known alternative names for all nations, countries and sovereign states. It does not offr any opinion about what the "original", "official", "real", or "correct" name of any country is or was.

Countries are listed alphabetically by their current best-known name in English. Each English name is followed by its currently best-known equivalents in other languages, listed in English alphabetical order (ignoring accents) by name and by language. Historical and/or alternative versions, where included, are noted as such. Foreign names that are the same as their English equivalents are listed, to provide an answer to the question "What is that name in..."?. See also: List of alternative country names

Please format entries as follows: for languages written in the Latin alphabet, write "Name (language)", for example, "Afeganistão (Portuguese)", and alphabetize it in the list according to English rules of alphabetical order. For languages written in other writing systems, write "Romanization - native script (language)", for example "Argentine - אַרגענטינע (Yiddish)", and alphabetize it in the list by the romanized form.

For reasons of size, this article is broken into four parts:


Table of contents: JKLMNOP

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Jamaica Chamaica (Aragonese), Čhāmaikā - จาไมกา (Thai), Ǧāmāykā - ጃማይካ (Amharic), Ġammajka (Maltese), Giamaica (Italian), Hamayka (Filipino/Tagalog),an Iamáice (Irish), Iamaĭka - Ямайка (Belarusian), Jamaica (Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Latin, Min Nan, Norwegian, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Jamaika (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Turkish), Jamaika - جامايكا (Arabic, Persian), Jamaika - ג'אמייקה (Hebrew), Jamaika - ジャマイカ (Japanese), Jamaïque (French), Jamajka (Croatian, Czech, Polish, Slovak, Slovene), Jamajka - Јамајка (Serbian), Jamajko (Esperanto), J·amayica (Franco-Provençal), Jamayka - Ջամայկա (Armenian), Jameika / Chameik'a - 자메이카 (Korean), Semeuca (Scots Gaelic), Shamayka (Quechua), Tzamáika - Ιαμαϊκή (Greek), Xamaica (Asturian, Leonese), Xamayka (Aymara), Xhamaijkë (Albanian), Yámǎijiā - 牙買加/牙买加 (Mandarin Chinese), Yamayka (Azeri), Yamayka - Ямайка (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian),ஜமைக்கா(Tamil)
Japan Chapón (Aragonese), Ǧāpān - ጃፓን (Amharic), Ġappun (Maltese), Giappone (Italian), Giapun (Romansh), Hapón (Filipino/Tagalog), Hapõñ (Guarani), Iapan (Scots Gaelic), Iaponía - Ιαπωνία (Greek), Iaponia (Latin), Ilbon - 일본(日本) (Korean), Jaapan (Estonian, Võro), Japan (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, German, Norwegian, Swedish), Japán (Hungarian), Japan - Јапан (Serbian), Jāpāna - জাপান (Assamese, Bengali), Japāna (Latvian), Japani (Finnish), Japanio (Esperanto), Japanip Inuujarvik (Inuktitut), Japańska (Lower Sorbian), Japão (Portuguese), el Japó (Catalan), J·apon (Franco-Provençal), Japon (French, Interlingua), Zhapon - ژاپن (Persian), Japón (Spanish), Japonia (Albanian, Polish, Romanian), Japonia - Ճապոնիա (Armenian), Japonija (Lithuanian), Japonska (Slovene), Japonsko (Czech, Slovak), Japonya (Turkish), Jepang (Indonesian), Jepun (Malay), Jeupun (Acehnese), Ji̍t-pún (Min Nan), Nhật Bản, Nhật Bổn, or Nhật Bủn (Vietnamese), Nippon or Nihon - 日本 (Japanese), Nihun (Quechua), Rìběn - 日本 (Mandarin Chinese), an tSeapáin (Irish), Siapan (Welsh), Xapón (Asturian, Galician, Leonese), al-Yābān - اليابان (Arabic), Yapan - יפן (Hebrew), Yapan - יאַפּאַן (Yiddish), Yaponiya (Azeri), Yaponiya - Япoния (Bashkir, Bulgarian, Russian), Yaponiya - Япoнія (Ukrainian), Yīpun - ญี่ปุ่น (Thai),ஜப்பான்(Tamil)
Jordan Chordania (Aragonese), Čhordǣn - จอร์แดน (Thai), Giordania (Italian), Ġordan (Maltese), Hordan (Filipino/Tagalog), Hordanan - Հորդանան (Armenian), Hurdanya (Quechua), Iardaniia - Ярданія (Belarusian), Iok-tàn (Min Nan), Iòrdan (Scots Gaelic), Iordanía - Ιορδανία (Greek), Iordania (Romanian), Iordaniya - Иордания (Russian), Iorddonen (Welsh), Jardāna - জর্দান (Bengali), Jordaania (Estonian, Võro), Jordan (Croatian, Danish, Faroese, Malay, Norwegian), Jordan - Јордан (Serbian), Jordania (Albanian, Finnish, Interlingua, Latin, Polish, Spanish), Jordánia (Hungarian), Jórdanía - (Icelandic), Jordânia (Portuguese), Jordanië (Afrikaans, Dutch), J·ordanie (Franco-Provençal), Jordanie (French), Jordanien (Alemannic, German, Swedish), Jordānija (Latvian), Jordanija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Jordanio (Esperanto), Jordánsko (Czech, Slovak), Jurutan (Inuktitut), Rjor-ḍana - རྗོར་ཌན། རྗ (Tibetan), al-Urdun - الأردن (Arabic), Ürdün or İordaniya (Azeri), Ürdün (Turkish), Xordania (Asturian), Xordaña (Leonese) Yarden - ירדן (Hebrew), Yardn - ירדן (Yiddish), Yordania (Acehnese, Indonesian), Yordaniya - Йордания (Bulgarian), Yordaniya - Йорданія (Ukrainian), Yordanya (Central Bikolano), Yoreudan / Yorŭdan - 요르단 (Korean), Yorudan - ヨルダン (Japanese), Yuēdàn - 約旦/约旦 (Chinese),ஜோர்டான்(Tamil)

Formerly Ever Ha'Yarden - עבר הירדן/Smol Ha'Yarden - שמאל הירדן (Hebrew), Mavera-i Ürdün (Turkish), Teuranseu Yoreudan / T'ŭransŭ Yorŭdan - 트란스 요르단 (Korean), Transgiordania (Italian), Transjordan (Danish, English, Malay, Norwegian), Transjordania (Finnish, Polish, Spanish), Transjordânia (Portuguese), Transjordanië (Dutch), Transjordanie (French), Transjordanien (German, Swedish), Transjordánsko (Czech), Transyordania (Indonesian), Wàiyuēdàn - 外约旦 (Mandarin Chinese)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Kazakhstan Casachia (Latin), Casachstan (Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Casaquistão (Portuguese variant), Cazaquistán (Aragonese), Cazaquistão (Portuguese), an Chasacstáin (Irish), Ghazaghestan - قزاقستان (Persian), Ghazakhstan - Ղազախստան (Armenian), Hāsàkè - 哈薩克/哈萨克 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Hāsàkèsītǎn - 哈薩克斯坦/哈萨克斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Kajaheuseutan / K'ajahŭsŭt'an - 카자흐스탄 (Korean), Kājākhastāna - কাজাখস্তান (Assamese, Bengali), Kasachstan (Alemannic, German), Kasahstan (Estonian), Kasakhstan (Danish, Norwegian), Kasakstan (Afrikaans, Faroese, Icelandic), Kasastan (Võro), Kazachstán (Czech), Kazachstan (Dutch, Polish, Slovak), Kazachstan - קזחסטן (Hebrew), Kazachstanas (Lithuanian), Kazacstan (Franco-Provençal), Kazafusutan - カザフスタン (Japanese), Kazaĥio (Esperanto), Kazahstan (Aromanian, Romanian, Slovene), Kazahstan - Казахстан (Bulgarian, Serbian), Kazahstāna (Latvian), Kazahsztán (Hungarian), Kazajistán (Guaraní), Kazajistán or Kazajstán (Spanish), Kazakhistán (Asturian), Kazakhstan (Acehnese, French, Min Nan), Kāzākhstān - كازاخستان (Arabic, Urdu), Kazakhstan - Казахстан (Russian, Ukrainian), Kazakistan (Italian, Turkish), Każakistan (Maltese), Kazakistani (Albanian), Kazakhstan (Swedish), Kazakstan (Finnish), Kazakstán - Καζακστάν (Greek), Khāsakhsthān - คาซัคสถาน (Thai), Qasaqsitan (Inuktitut), Qazakheti - ყაზახეთი (Georgian), Qazaqstan - Қазақстан (Kazakh), Qazaxıstan (Azeri),கஜகஸ்தான்(Tamil)
Kenya Cèinia (Scots Gaelic), Cenia or Cenya (Welsh), Chenia (Italian), Keenia (Estonian alternate), Keeniä (Võro), Keña (Asturian), Keňa (Czech), Kenia (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Dutch, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, German, Polish, Romanian alternative, Spanish), Kenia - ケニア (Japanese), K'enia - 케니아 (North Korean alternate), Keniia - Кенія (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Kenija (Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Kenija - Кенија (Serbian), Keniya (Azeri), Keniẏā - কেনিয়া (Bengali), Keniya - Кения (Bulgarian, Russian), Kenja (Faroese, Maltese), Kenjo (Esperanto), Kěnníyà - 肯尼亞/肯尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Kenya (Acehnese, Bambara, Danish, Estonian, French, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish), Kényā - ኬንያ (Amharic), Kenya - Քենյա (Armenian), Kenya, Kenië or Kenyë (Dutch alternates), Kénya - Κένυα (Greek), Kenya - קניה (Hebrew), Kenya / K'enya - 케냐 (Korean), Kenya - كنيا (Persian), Kěyà - 肯亞/肯亚 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Khēnyā - เคนยา (Thai), Kinia (Inuktitut), Kīniyā - كينيا (Arabic), Quênia (Brazilian Portuguese), Quénia (European Portuguese),கென்யா(Tamil)
Kiribati Ciribati (Scots Gaelic), Jīlǐbāsī - 基里巴斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Jílǐbāsī - 吉里巴斯 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Khiribāt - คิริบาส (Thai), Kiribāsa - কিরিবাস (Bengali), Kiribasi / K'iribasi - 키리바시 (Korean), Kiribasu - キリバス (Japanese), Kiribati (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Azeri, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Maltese, Min Nan, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese variant, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Kīrībātī - كيريباتي (Arabic), Kiribati - Кирибати (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian), Kiribati - קיריבטי (Hebrew), Ki-ri-ba-ti - ཀི་རི་བ་ཏི། (Tibetan), Kiribatis (Lithuanian), Kiribato (Esperanto), Kirimpáti - Κιριμπάτι (Greek), Kiripasi (Inuktitut), Kirybati - Кірибаті (Ukrainian), Kirybatsi - Кірыбаці (Belarusian), Quiribati (Portuguese),கிரிபட்டி(Tamil)
Korea Chāoxiǎn - 朝鮮 / 朝鲜 (Chinese - usually North Korea), Chosŏn - 조선 (Korean - North Korea), Coiria (Scots Gaelic), Corea (Asturian, Galician, Italian, Spanish, Welsh), Corée (French), Coréia (Brazilian Portuguese), Coreia (European Portuguese), Hanguk / Han'guk - 한국 (Korean - South Korea), Hánguó - 韓國 / 韩国 (Chinese - usually South Korea), Hân-kok (Min Nan), Hàn Quốc or Nam Triều Tiên (Vietnamese), Kankoku - 韓国 or Daikanminkoku - 大韓民国 (Japanese - South Korea), Kaolī - เกาหลี (Thai), Kita-Chōsen - 北朝鮮 or Chōsen Minshushugi Jinmin Kyōwakoku - 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国 (Japanese - North Korea), Kore - كره (Persian), Kore (Turkish), Korea (Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino/Tagalog, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Javanese, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Swahili, Swedish, Võro), Korea - Կորեա (Armenian), Koréa - Κορέα (Greek), Korea - קוריאה (Hebrew), Koreĭ - Корей (Ossetic), Koreio (Esperanto), Koreja (Bosnian, Croatian, Latvian, Slovene), Kòreja (Kashubian), Korėja (Lithuanian), Koreja - Кореја (Serbian), Koreya - Корея (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Koriyā - कोरिया (Hindi), , Coreea (Romanian), Kuria (Inuktitut), Solongos - Солонгос (Mongolian),கொரியா (Tamil)
Note: In East Asian languages, 朝鮮 normally refers to North Korea and 韓國 to South Korea, but expressions along the lines of Nán Chāoxiǎn (南朝鮮) for South Korea and Běi Hán (北韓) for North Korea are also found in Chinese. Vietnamese also uses Nam Triều Tiên for South Korea. See also Names of Korea.
Kuwait Coveite (Portuguese variant), Cuibhèit" (Scots Gaelic), Kēwēitè - 科威特 (Mandarin Chinese), Khūwēt - คูเวต (Thai), Khu-wi-thi - ཁུ་ཝི་ཐི། (Tibetan), Koeweit (Afrikaans, Dutch), Kouvéit - Κουβέιτ (Greek), Koveyit (Franco-Provençal), Koweït (French), Koweit (Portuguese), Kuvaat (Inuktitut), Kuvait (Hungarian), Kuvajt (Czech, Slovene), Kuvajt - Кувајт (Serbian), Kuvajto (Esperanto), Kuvėĭt - Кувэйт (Belarusian), Kuveit (Estonian, Võro), Kuveit - כווית (Hebrew), Kuveita (Latvian), Kuveitas (Lithuanian), Kuveiti - ქუვეითი (Georgian), Küveyt (Azeri), Kuveyt - Кувейт (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kuveyt (Turkish), Kuwait (Acehnese, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Central Bikolano, Danish, Dutch, German, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian, Portuguese variant, Spanish, Swedish), Kuwajt (Maltese), al-Kuwayt - الكويت (Arabic), Kuweiteu / K'uweit'ŭ - 쿠웨이트 (Korean), Kuwejt (Polish), Kuwēto - クウェート (Japanese), Kuẏeta - কুয়েত (Bengali), Quveit - Քուվեիթ (Armenian), Kuweit (Romanian),குவைத்(Tamil)
Kyrgyzstan Chirgisia (Latin), Ciorgastan (Scots Gaelic), Cirgistan (Welsh alternative), Cyrgystan (Welsh), Gherghīzestān - قرقيزستان (Persian), Ghrghstan - Ղրղստան (Armenian), Jí'ěrjísī - 吉爾吉斯/吉尔吉斯 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Jí'ěrjísīsītǎn - 吉爾吉斯斯坦/吉尔吉斯斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Khīrkīt - คีร์กีซ (Thai), Kiragijistāna - কিৰগিজিস্তান (Assamese), Kiragijistāna - কিরগিজিস্তান (Bengali), Kireugiseuseutan / K'irŭgisŭsŭt'an - 키르기스스탄 (Korean), Kirghizia (English variant, Italian variant), Kirghizistan (French, Italian), Kirghizistán - Κιργιζιστάν (Greek), Kirgiisia (Estonian variant), Kirgisia (Faroese, Finnish), Kirgisië (Afrikaans), Kirgisien (Danish variant), Kirgisistan (Alemannic, Danish, German, Norwegian), Kirgistan (Croatian, Danish variant, former Finnish, Indonesian, Polish), Kirgistan - Киргистан or Kirgizija - Киргизија (Serbian), Kirgistani (Albanian), Kirgizië (Dutch), Kirgizija (Lithuanian, Slovene variant), Kirgizio (Esperanto), Kirgizistan (Slovene, Swedish), Kırgızistan (Turkish), Kirgizisztán (Hungarian), Kirgizsko (Slovak), Kirgizstan - Киргизстан (Bulgarian), Kirgizstāna (Latvian), Kirgiztan (Acehnese), Kirguistán (Asturian), Kirguistán, Kirguizistán or Kirguisia (Spanish), Kirguizistan (Franco-Provençal), Kirgizstan - קירגיזסטן (Hebrew), Kirugisu - キルギス (Japanese), Kõrgõstan (Võro), Kõrgõzstan (Estonian), Kyrgyzstán (Czech), Kyrgyzstan - Кыргызстан (Kirghiz, Russian), Kyrgyzstan - Киргизстан (Ukrainian), Kyrgyzstan (Min Nan), Qirghīzstān - قرغيزستان (Arabic), Qirgizeti - ყირგიზეთი (Georgian), Qırğızıstan (Azeri), Qirugisitan (Inuktitut), Quirguisistán (Aragonese), Quirguistão (Portuguese variant), Quirguízia (Portuguese variant), Quirguizistão (Portuguese variant), Qyrghythstan - Ҡырғыҙстан (Bashkir), , Kîrgîzstan or Republica Kîrgîză (Romanian),கிர்கிஸ்தான்(Tamil)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Laos Lāo - ລາວ (Lao), Lāo - ลาว (Thai), Lào (Vietnamese), Lao-kok (Min Nan), Laos (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Azeri, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish), Làos (Scots Gaelic), Laos - Լաոս (Armenian), Laos - Лаос (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Láos - Λάος (Greek), Laos - לאוס (Hebrew), Laos - لائوس (Persian), Lāosa - লাওস (Bengali), Laosa (Latvian), Laosas (Lithuanian), Laoso (Esperanto), Laosz (Hungarian), Lǎowō - 老挝 (Mandarin Chinese), Lausi (Inuktitut), Liáoguó - 寮國 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Raoseu / Raosŭ - 라오스 (Korean), Raosu - ラオス (Japanese),லாவோஸ்(Tamil)
Latvia Laitbhia (Scots Gaelic alternative), an Laitvia (Irish), Latbhia (Scots Gaelic), Latfia (Welsh), Läti (Estonian, Võro), Lātuōwéiyà - 拉脫維亞/拉脱维亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Latupia (Inuktitut), Latvia (Acehnese, Finnish, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian), Latvia - Լատվիա (Armenian), Látvia - Λάτβια (Greek variant), Latvija (Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Latvio (Esperanto), Lātviyā ላትቪያ (Amharic), Latviya (Azeri), Latviya - Латвія (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Latviya - Латвия (Bulgarian, Russian), Latviya - לטביה (Hebrew), Latvja (Maltese), Latwīa - ลัตเวีย (Thai), Letland (Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Norwegian alternate), Letland - לעטלאַנד (Yiddish), Letoña (Guaraní), Letonia (Albanian, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Basque, Romanian, Spanish), Letônia (Brazilian Portuguese), Letònia (Catalan), Letonía - Λεττονία (Greek), Letónia (European Portuguese), Lètonie (Franco-Provençal), Letonija - Летонија (Macedonian, Serbian), Letonya (Turkish), Lettland (Alemannic, Faroese, German, Icelandic, Low Saxon, Norwegian alternate, Swedish), Lettonia (Italian, Latin, Romansh), Lettonie (French), Lettország (Hungarian), Łotwa (Polish), Lotyšsko (Czech, Slovak), Rateubia / Rat'ŭbia - 라트비아 (Korean), Ratobia - ラトビア (Japanese),லாட்வியா(Tamil)
Lebanon Leabanon (Scots Gaelic), Lebānana - লেবানন (Bengali), Lebanon (Acehnese, Central Bikolano, Indonesian), Lēbānon - เลบานอน (Thai), Le-pa-nona ལེ་པ་ནོན། (Tibetan), Levanon - לבנון (Hebrew), Levonon - לבֿנון (Yiddish), Liban - Лібан (Belarusian), Liban (Franco-Provençal, French, Polish, Romanian), Liban - Либан (Macedonian, Serbian), Libāna (Latvian), Libanan - Լիբանան (Armenian), Libanas (Lithuanian), Líbānèn - 黎巴嫩 (Mandarin Chinese), Libani (Albanian), Libani - ლიბანი (Georgian), Libano (Aragonese, Esperanto, Italian), Líbano (Asturian, Portuguese, Spanish), Libanon (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian alternate, Norwegian, Romansh, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish), Líbanon - (Icelandic), Libanu (Maltese), Libanus (Latin, Welsh), Liibanon (Estonian, Võro), an Liobáin (Irish), Lī-pa-lùn (Min Nan), Lipanun (Inuktitut), Livan (Azeri alternate), Livan - Ливaн (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Lívanos - Λίβανος (Greek), Lubnān - لبنان (Arabic), Lübnan (Azeri, Turkish), Lubnan (Malay), Rebanon - レバノン (Japanese), Rebanon - 레바논 (Korean),லெபனானில்(Tamil)
Lesotho Láisuǒtuō - 萊索托/莱索托 (Mandarin Chinese), Lesota - Лесота (Belarusian), Lesotas (Lithuanian), Lesotho (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Asturian, Breton, Catalan, Cebuano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Min Nan, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish variant, Welsh), Lesotho - লেসোথো (Bengali), Lesothô (Franco-Provençal), Lesótho - Λεσόθο (Greek), Lēsōthō - เลโซโท (Thai), Le-so-tho - ལི་སོ་ཐོ། (Tibetan), Lésoto - ሌሶቶ (Amharic), Lesoto (Aragonese, Azeri, Bambara, Bosnian, Central Bikolano, Esperanto, Faroese, Latvian, Maltese, Polish variant, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Spanish variant), Lesoto - Лесото (Bulgarian, Chuvash, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Lesōtō - ލެސޯތޯ (Divehi), Lesoto - לסוטו (Hebrew), Lesótó (Icelandic), Lisusu (Inuktitut), Resoto - レソト (Japanese), Resoto / Resot'o - 레소토 (Korean),லெசோதோ(Tamil)
Liberia Lāiberiẏā - লাইবেরিয়া (Bengali), Laibīrīa - ไลบีเรีย (Thai), Lāybériyā - ላይቤሪያ (Amharic), Libeeria (Estonian), Libeeriä (Võro), Libèiria (Scots Gaelic), Liberia (Acehnese, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Bambara, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Min Nan, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish), Liberia - Լիբերիա (Armenian), Libèria (Franco-Provençal), Liberia - ליבריה (Hebrew), Libéria (Hungarian, Portuguese), Liberië (Afrikaans), Libérie (Czech), Libērija (Latvian), Liberija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Liberija - Либерија (Serbian), Liberio (Esperanto), Liberiya (Azeri), Liberiya - Либерия (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Liberja (Maltese), Liberya (Turkish), Lìbǐlǐyà - 利比裡亞/利比里亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Lipiria (Inuktitut), Livería - Λιβερία (Greek), Raiberia - 라이베리아 (Korean), Riberia - リベリア (Japanese),லைபீரியா(Tamil)
Libya Libia (Albanian, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Basque, Catalan, Italian, Polish, Romanian, Romansh, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Welsh), Libia - Լիբիա (Armenian), Líbia (Hungarian, Portuguese), an Libia (Irish), Lībīa - ลิเบีย (Thai), Libië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Libie (Franco-Provençal), Lībija (Latvian), Libija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Libija - Либија (Serbian), Libio (Esperanto), Libiyā - ሊቢያ (Amharic), Libiẏā - লিবিয়া (Bengali), Libiya - Либия (Bulgarian), Lìbǐyà - 利比亞/利比亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Libja (Maltese), Libya (Acehnese, Bambara, Faroese, Finnish, Latin, Norwegian, Turkish), Líbya (Slovak), Libye (Alemannic, Czech, French), Libyen (Danish, German, Swedish), Liibüa (Estonian), Liibüä (Võro), Lipia (Inuktitut), Liviya (Azeri), Liviya - Ливия (Russian, Ukrainian), Livýi - Λιβύη (Greek), Luv - לוב (Hebrew), Ribia - リビア (Japanese), Ribia - 리비아 (Korean),லிபியா(Tamil)
Liechtenstein Liachtaschta (Alemannic), Liachtnstoa (Austro-Bavarian), Lichtenshtein - Լիխտենշտեին (Armenian), Lichtenshtein - ליכטנשטיין (Hebrew), Líchtenstain - Λίχτενσταϊν (Greek), Lichtenštajnsko (Slovak), Lichtenstein (Indonesian alternate), Lichtenšteinas (Lithuanian), Lichtenštejnsko (Czech), Lichtenstenum (Latin), Liechtenstein (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Breton, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Icelandic, Italian, Maltese, Min Nan, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Lièzhīdūnshìdēng - 列支敦士登 (Mandarin Chinese), Lièzhīdūnsīdēng - 列支敦斯登 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Lihtenshtajn (Albanian), Lihtenshtayn - Лихтенщайн (Bulgarian), Lihtenštajn (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Lihtenštajn - Лихтенштајн (Serbian), Lihtenştayn (Turkish), Lihtenšteina (Latvian), Liĥtenŝtejno (Esperanto), Likhtenshteyn - Лихтенштейн (Russian), Likhtenshteyn - Ліхтенштейн (Ukrainian), Līktēnstain - ลิกเตนสไตน์ (Thai), Liktinstein (Faroese), Lisitinsutain (Inuktitut), Listenstaina (Brazilian Portuguese variant), Listenstaine (Portuguese variant), Lixtenşteyn (Azeri), Rihitenshutain - リヒテンシュタイン (Japanese), Rihitensyutain / Rihit'ensyut'ain - 리히텐슈타인 (Korean),லிச்சென்ஸ்டீன்(Tamil)
Lithuania Leedu (Estonian, Võro), Liettua (Finnish), Lietuva (Latvian, Lithuanian, Min Nan), an Liotuáin (Irish), Lita - ליטא,ליטה (Hebrew), Lìtáowǎn - 立陶宛 (Mandarin Chinese), Litaue (Afrikaans, Alemannic), Litauen (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Litava (Faroese), Litawska (Lower Sorbian), Lite - ליטע (Yiddish), Litháen (Icelandic), Lithouanía - Λιθουανία (Greek), Lithuania (Acehnese), Līthūanīa - ลิทัวเนีย (Thai), Lithwania (Welsh), Litouwen (Dutch), Litovio (Esperanto), Lituàinia (Scots Gaelic), Lituaña (Aymara, Guaraní), Lituania (Albanian, Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Inuktitut, Italian, Latin, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish), Lituània (Catalan), Lituânia (Portuguese), Lituanie (Franco-Provençal, French), Lituanie - ليتواني (Persian), Litva - Լիտվա (Armenian), Litva (Aromanian, Azeri, Czech, Slovak, Slovene), Litva - Літва (Belarusian), Litva - Литва (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Litvánia (Hungarian), Litvanija - Литванија (Serbian), Litvanya (Turkish), Litwa (Polish), Litwaniya (Filipino/Tagalog), Litwanja (Maltese), Lytva - Литва (Ukrainian), Ritoania - リトアニア (Japanese), Rituania / Rit'uania - 리투아니아 (Korean),லிதுவேனியா(Tamil)
Lower Austria Alam-Austria (Estonian), Alsó-Ausztria (Hungarian), Aşağı Avusturya (Turkish), Austria Inferioară (Romanian), Baixa Áustria (Portuguese), Baja Austria (Spanish), Bassa Austria (Italian), Basse-Autriche (French), Dolna Austria (Polish), Dolné Rakúsko (Slovene), Dolní Rakousy or Dolní Rakousko (Czech), Donja Austrija (Bosnian, Croatian), Neder-Oostenrijk (Dutch), Neder-Oostenryk (Afrikaans), Neðra Austurríki (Islandic), Niederösterreich (German), Spodnja Avstrija (Slovak)
Luxembourg Laksēmbirk - ลักเซมเบิร์ก (Thai), Lëtzebuerg (Luxembourgish), Liuksemburgas (Lithuanian), Ljuksemburh - Люкceмбуpг (Ukrainian), Louxemvoúrgo - Λουξεμβούργο (Greek), Lucembursko (Czech), Lucsamburg (Irish, Scots Gaelic), Lục Xâm Bảo (Vietnamese), Lugsamburg (Scots Gaelic variant), Luhemburgo (Central Bikolano), Luksemboarch (Frisian), Luksèmburg (Acehnese), Luksemburg (Croatian, Estonian, Faroese, Indonesian, Macedonian, Polish, Slovene), Luksemburg - Луксембург (Serbian), Lüksemburg (Turkish), Luksemburga (Latvian), Luksemburgo (Esperanto), Lüksemburq (Azeri), Luksenburgu (Albanian), Luksimpuuku (Inuktitut), Luksõmburk (Võro), Lukzamburg - لوكزامبورگ (Persian), Lusemburgo (Aragonese), Lúsēnbǎo - 盧森堡/卢森堡 (Mandarin Chinese), Lussemburgo (Italian), Lussemburgu (Maltese), Lussimbork (Walloon), Lussimbourq (Picard) , Luxeburi (Alemannic), Luxemborg (Danish variant), Luxembôrg (Franco-Provençal), Lúxemborg (Icelandic), Luxembourg (Danish, French, Min Nan, Norwegian), Luxemburg (Afrikaans, Aromanian, Basque variant, Catalan, Danish variant, Dutch, English variant, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian variant, Romanian, Romansh, Swedish), Luxemburg - לוקסמבורג (Hebrew), Luxemburgia (Latin variant), Luxemburgo (Guaraní, Portuguese, Spanish), Luxemburgu (Asturian), Luxemburgum (Latin), Luxembursko (Slovak), Luxenburgo (Basque), Lwcsembwrg (Welsh), Lyuksemburg - Լյուքսեմբուրգ (Armenian), Lyuksemburg - Люкceмбуpг (Bulgarian, Russian), Ruksembureukeu / Ruksemburŭk'ŭ - 룩셈부르크 (Korean), Rukusenburuku - ルクセンブルク (Japanese),லக்சம்பர்க்(Tamil)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Macau Aomen (Estonian), Àomén - 澳門 (Mandarin Chinese), Áo Môn (Vietnamese), Macao (Austro-Bavarian, Czech, Finnish, Spanish, Polish variant, Romanian), Macau (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Catalan, Central Bikolano, Estonian alternate, Indonesian alternate, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic), Makao - Макао (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Makao (Bosnian, Breton, Latvian, Lithuanian), Makao - マカオ (Japanese), Makao / Mak'ao - 마카오 (Korean), Mākao - มาเก๊า (Thai), Makau (Faroese, Inuktitut), Makáu - Μακάου (Greek), Makau - מקאו (Hebrew), Makau (Indonesian, Polish), Makáw (Filipino), Ò-mn^g (Min Nan),மகாவ்(Tamil)
Macedonia Macédoine (French), Macedônia (Brazilian Portuguese), Macedonia (Aragonese, Asturian, Italian, Latin, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Welsh), Macedònia (Catalan), Macedónia (Hungarian, European Portuguese), Macedonië (Dutch), Macèdonie (Franco-Provençal), Maċedonja (Maltese), Macedónsko (Slovak), Machedonia (Aromanian), Maghdounieh - مقدونيه (Persian), Makedonia – Մակեդոնիա (Armenian), Makedónia (Faroese), Makedonia (Finnish, Indonesian, Norwegian), Makedonia - מקדוניה (Hebrew), Makedónía (Icelandic), Makedonia - マケドニア (Japanese), Makedonia / Mak'edonia - 마케도니아 (Korean), Makedonie (Czech), Makedonien (Danish, Swedish), Maķedonija (Latvian), Makedonija (Lithuanian, Min Nan, Slovene), Makedonija - Македонија (Macedonian, Serbian), Makedonio (Esperanto), Makedoniya (Azeri), Makedoniya - Македония (Bulgarian, Russian), Makedoniya - Македонія (Ukrainian), Makedonya (Turkish), Makedoonia (Estonian), Makitunia (Inuktitut), Makõdoonia (Võro), Maqedoni (Albanian), Mǎqídùn - 馬其頓/马其顿 (Mandarin Chinese), Masadòinia (Scots Gaelic), Masèdonia (Acehnese), Masedonië (Afrikaans), Masedonya (Central Bikolano, Filipino), Masendoña (Guaraní), Māsidōnīa - มาซิโดเนีย (Thai), Mazedonia (Basque), Mazedonie (Alemannic),மாசிடோனியா குடியரசு(Tamil) Mazedonien (German, Low Saxon), an Mhacadóin (Irish), Proén Yugoslaviki Democratia tis Macedoniasπρώην Γιουγκοσλαβική Δημοκρατία της Μακεδονίας (Greek [Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, where Macedonia refers to the historical area of the ancient Hellenic Kingdom of Macedonia])
Note: The use of the name "Macedonia" is disputed by Greece. Local translations of the provisional appellation Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia are common in several languages.
Madagascar Madagascar (Aragonese, Asturian, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish), Madagascâr (Franco-Provençal), Madagáscar (Portuguese), Madagascaria (Latin), Madagaseukareu / Madagasŭk'arŭ - 마다가스카르 (Korean), Madagasgar (Scots Gaelic variant), Madagasikara (Malagasy, Min Nan), Madagaskar (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Bambara, Breton, Bosnian, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Filipino/Tagalog, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Madagaskar - Մադագասկար (Armenian), Madagaskar - Мадагаскар (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Madagaskara (Latvian), Madagaskaras (Lithuanian), Madagaskári - Μαδαγασκάρη (Greek), Madagaskaro (Esperanto), Madagasskar (Maltese) Madagasukaru - マダガスカル (Japanese), Madagaszkár (Hungarian), Mǎdájiāsījiā - 馬達加斯加/马达加斯加 (Mandarin Chinese), Mādākaskā - มาดากัสการ์ (Thai), Madaqaskar (Azeri), Madegaskar - מדגסקר (Hebrew), Malagasi (Indonesian variant), Malagaskar (Filipino alternate), Malagasy (Indonesian variant), Matagasuqaru (Inuktitut),மடகாஸ்கர்(Tamil)
Malawi Maláoui - Μαλάουι (Greek), Malaui (Asturian, Inuktitut, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic), Maláui or Malauí (Portuguese variants), Malavi (Azeri, Bosnian, Faroese, Franco-Provençal, Portuguese variant, Slovene, Turkish), Malavi - Малави (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian),Malávia (Portuguese variant), Malāvija (Latvian), Malavio (Esperanto), Malavis (Lithuanian), Mǎlāwéi - 馬拉維/马拉维 (Mandarin Chinese), Mǎlāwēi - 馬拉威/马拉威 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Malawi (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Bambara, Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish variant), Malaŵi (Chichewa, Min Nan), Malawi - מלאווי (Hebrew), Mālāwī - มาลาวี (Thai), Mallawi - 말라위 (Korean), Maraui - マラウイ (Japanese),மலாவி(Tamil)
Malaysia Dàmǎ - 大馬/大马 (Mandarin Chinese, informal), Malaesia (Latin), Malaezia (Romanian), Mã Lai or Mã Lai Á (Vietnamese), Má-lâi-se-a (Min Nan), Malaisia (Aragonese, Estonian, Inuktitut, Võro), Malaísia (Brazilian Portuguese), Malaisía - Μαλαισία (Greek), Malaisie (French), Mǎláixīyà - 馬來西亞/马来西亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Malaizija (Latvian, Lithuanian), Malajsie (Czech), Malajzia (Hungarian, Slovak), Malajzio (Esperanto), Malasia (Asturian, Guarani, Spanish), Malasía - (Icelandic), Malásia (Portuguese), Malasja (Maltese), Malasya (Central Bikolano), Malaya (Filipino), Malaysia (Acehnese, Alemannic, Banyumasan, Danish, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Swedish), Malayziya (Azeri), Malayziya - Малайзия (Bulgarian, Russian), Malayziya - Малайзія (Ukrainian), Malayzye - מאַלײַזיע (Yiddish), Malazia - Մալազիա (Armenian), Malēciyā - மலேசியா (Tamil), Maleisia (Faroese), Malèisia (Scots Gaelic), Maleisië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Malesia (Finnish, Italian variant), Mālēsīa - มาเลเซีย (Thai), Malèsie (Franco-Provençal), Malezi - مالزي (Persian), Malezija (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Malezija - Малезија (Serbian), Maleziya - מלזיה (Hebrew), Malezja (Polish, Slovene), Malezya (Turkish), Mālīziyā - ماليزيا (Arabic), Malleisia - 말레이시아 (Korean), Marēshia - マレーシア (Japanese)
Maldives Ha'Iyim Ha'Maldivim - האיים המלדיבים (Hebrew), Mǎ'ěrdàifū - 马尔代夫/馬爾代夫 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Mǎ'ěrdìfū - 馬爾地夫/马尔地夫 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Maladewa (Acehnese, Indonesian), Maldibas (Central Bikolano), Maldifs (Welsh), Maldiivid (Estonian), Maldiiviq (Võro), Maldīp - มัลดีฟส์ (Thai), Maldiv adaları (Azeri), Maldivas (Aragonese, Portuguese, Spanish), Maldive (Italian, Romanian), Maldiven (Dutch), Maldivene (Norwegian), Maldiverna (Swedish), Maldiverne (Danish), Maldives (Asturian, Catalan, Franco-Provençal, French, Malay, Min Nan, Scots Gaelic), Maldíves - Μαλδίβες (Greek), Maldivi (Bosnian, Maltese, Slovene), Maldivi - Малдиви (Serbian), Maldīvija (Latvian), Maldivler (Turkish), Maldivoj (Esperanto), Maldivski ostrovi - Малдивски острови (Bulgarian), Maldív-szigetek (Hungarian), Maldivy - Мальдивы (Russian), Maldivy - Мальдіви (Ukrainian), Maldyvai (Lithuanian), Malediivit (Finnish), Maledive (Afrikaans), Malediven (Alemannic, German), Maledivy (Czech, Slovak), Malediwy (Polish), Maltipusi (Inuktitut), Moldibeu / Moldibŭ - 몰디브 (Korean), Morujibu - モルジブ or Morudibu - モルディブ (Japanese), Maldibs (Filipino),மாலத்தீவு(Tamil)
Mali Maali (Fula), Mailí (Irish), Màili (Scots Gaelic), Malee (Manx), Mali (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Azeri, Bambara, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Catalan, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Cornish, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Ewe, Faroese, Fiji Hindi, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Ilokano, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Italian, Javanese, Kapampangan, Latvian, Lower Sorbian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish variant, Turkish, Upper Sorbian, Welsh), Mali - Մալի (Armenian), Malí (Asturian, Galician, Icelandic, Spanish), Mali - Мали (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian)Malí - Μαλί (Greek), Mali - מאלי (Hebrew), Mǎlǐ - 馬裡/马里 (Mandarin Chinese), Mālī - มาลี (Thai), Malio (Esperanto), Malis (Lithuanian), Malli - 말리 (Korean), Maly (West Frisian),Máli (Filipino), Mari - マリ (Japanese),மாலி (Tamil)
Malta Mǎ'ěrtā - 馬耳他/马耳他 (Mandarin Chinese), Malita (Inuktitut), Malta (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Albanian, Alemannic, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Azeri, Basque, Catalan, Central Bikolano, Bislama, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, German, Guaraní, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansh, Scots Gaelic, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Welsh), Malta - Մալթա (Armenian), Málta - Μάλτα (Greek), Malta - מלטה (Hebrew), Málta (Hungarian, Irish), Mal'ta - Мальта (Bulgarian,Russian,Serbian,Ukrainian), Malte (French), Malto (Esperanto), Maruta - マルタ (Japanese), Melita or Melitta (Latin), Molta / Molt'a - 몰타 (Korean), Mǭltā - มอลตา (Thai),மால்டா(Tamil)
Marshall Islands Eileanan Mharshall (Scots Gaelic), Eiyei marshal - איי מרשל (Hebrew), il-Gżejjer Marshall (Maltese), Îles Marshall (French), Ilhas Marshall (Portuguese), Illes Marshall (Catalan), Insulele Marshall (Romanian), Islas Marshall (Aragonese, Spanish), Islles Marshall (Asturian), Isole Marshall (Italian), Kapupud-ang Marshall (Cebuano), Kepulauan Marshall (Indonesian), Maasalli Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), March·al (Franco-Provençal), Māršala salas (Latvian), Marşall adaları (Azeri), Marŝaloj (Esperanto), Maršalo Salos (Lithuanian), Maršalska Ostrva (Bosnian), Maršalska ostrva - Маршалска острва (Serbian), Marshall (French variant), Marshall Adaları (Turkish), Marshalleilande (Afrikaans), Marshalleilanden (Dutch), Marshalleilannen (West Frisian), Marshallinsaaret (Finnish), Marshallinseln (German), Marshalli Saared (Estonian), Marshalli Saarõq (Võro), Marshall Kûn-tó (Min Nan), Marshallöarna (Swedish), Marshalløerne (Danish), Marshallove ostrovy (Slovak), Marshallovi otoki (Slovene), Marshallovi ostrovy - Маршаллові острови (Ukrainian), Marshallovy ostrova - Маршалловы острова (Russian), Marshallovy ostrovy (Czech), Marshalløyene (Norwegian), Marshalloyggjar (Faroese), Marshallsaaret (Finnish variant), Marshall Uharteak (Basque), Marshalovi ostrovi - Маршалови острови (Bulgarian), Marshalyan Kghziner - Մարշալյան Կղզիներ (Armenian), Mǎshào'ěr Qúndǎo - 馬紹爾群島/马绍尔群岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Māsharu Shotō - マーシャル諸島 (Japanese), Masyeol Jedo / Masyŏl Chedo - 마셜 제도 (Korean), Mū Kǫ Māchǣn - หมู่เกาะมาร์แชลล์ (Thai), Nísi Mársal - Νήσοι Μάρσαλ (Greek), Pulo-pulo Marshall (Acehnese), Wyspy Marshalla (Polish), Ynysoedd Marshall (Welsh), Mga Pulo ng Marshall (Filipino), Insulele Marshall (Romanian),மார்ஷல் தீவுகள்(Tamil)
Martinique Mareutinikeu / Marŭt'inik'ŭ - 마르티니크 (Korean), Martinica (Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), Mártiník (Filipino), Martinik (Bosnian, Breton, Czech, Faroese, Indonesian alternate, Maltese), Martinik - מרטיניק (Hebrew), Martinik - Мартиник (Serbian), Martinika (Azeri, Basque, Latvian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian), Martinika - Мартиника (Bulgarian), Martiníka - Μαρτινίκα (Greek), Martinique (Cebuano, Danish, Estonian, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Min-Nan, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Martynika (Polish), Marutiniiqquki (Inuktitut), Marutinīku - マルティニーク (Japanese), Mātinīk - มาร์ตินีก (Thai),மார்டீனிக்(Tamil)
Mauritania Máolǐtǎníyà - 毛裡塔尼亞/毛里塔尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Máolǐtǎníyà - 茅裡塔尼亞/茅里塔尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Máritanía - (Icelandic), Mauretania (Polish), Mauretanie (Alemannic), Mauretánie (Czech till 1988), Mauretanien (Danish, German, Swedish), Mauritaania (Estonian, Võro), Mauritania (Acehnese, Aragonese, Asturian, Finnish, Inuktitut, Italian, Min Nan, Norwegian, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish), Mauritania - מאוריטניה (Hebrew), Mauritânia (Portuguese), Mauritanië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Mauritánie (Czech), Mauritanie (French), Mauritanija (Bosnian, Lithuanian), Mauritānija (Latvian), Mauritanija - Мауританија (Serbian), Maǔritanio (Esperanto), Mauritanya (Central Bikolano), Mavretanija (Slovene), Mavritanía - Μαυριτανία (Greek), Mavritaniya (Azeri), Mavritaniya - Мавритания (Bulgarian, Russian), Mavrytaniya - Мавританія (Ukrainian), Mawritanja (Maltese), Moritani (Bambara), Moritani / Morit'ani - 모리타니 (Korean), Moritania - Մորիտանիա (Armenian), Móritania (Faroese), Mōritania - モーリタニア (Japanese), Môritanie (Franco-Provençal), Moritanya (Turkish), Mǭritēnīa - มอริเตเนีย (Thai), Mouritani - موريتاني (Persian), Mawritanya (Filipino),மூரித்தானியா(Tamil)
Mauritius Máolǐqiúsī - 毛裡求斯/毛里求斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Maoris (Breton), Maurice (French), Maurícia (Portuguese variant), Maurícias (Portuguese), Maurīcija (Latvian), Mauricijus (Bosnian, Lithuanian), Mauricijus - Маурицијус (Serbian), Mauricio (Aragonese, Asturian, Spanish), Maǔricio (Esperanto), Maurício (Portuguese variant), Mauricius (Czech), Maurisasi (Inuktitut), Maurisyo (Central Bikolano), Mauritius (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Italian, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Romanian, Scots Gaelic), Mauritsius - מאוריציוס (Hebrew), Mavricij (Slovene), Mavriki (Azeri), Mavríkios - Μαυρίκιος (Greek), Mavrikiy - Маврикий (Russian), Mavritsiy - Мавриций (Bulgarian), Mavrykiy - Маврикій (Ukrainian), Mólǐxīsī - 模裡西斯/模里西斯 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Môris (Franco-Provençal), Moris (Mauritian Creole), Mōrishasu - モーリシャス (Japanese), Mǭrisīat - มอริเชียส (Thai), Morisyeoseu / Morisyŏsŭ - 모리셔스 (Korean), Mwrisiws (Welsh), Mawrisyus (Filipino),மொரிஷியஸ் (Tamil)
Mayotte Mahore (Estonian alternate), Maiòta (Occitan), Maiotta (Latin), Majot - Мајот (Serbian), Majot (West Frisian), Majota (Latvian), Majotas (Lithuanian), Majoto (Esperanto), Majotta (Polish), Majotte (Ligurian), Mayót - Μαγιότ (Greek), Māyǭt - มายอต (Thai), Mayoteu / Mayot'ŭ - 마요트 (Korean), Mayotta - Майотта (Ukrainian), Mayotte (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Catalan, Cornish, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Javanese, Luxembourgish, Malaysian, Min Nan, Norwegian, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Swahili, Welsh), Mayotto - マヨット (Japanese), Mayutti (Inuktitut), Mayote (Filipino), Mayyot - מיוט (Hebrew),மயோட்(Tamil)
Mexico Meagsago (Scots Gaelic), Mecsico (Welsh), Meejiko (Yucatec Maya), Mehhigo (Võro), Mehhiko (Estonian), Méhigo / Naakaii Bikéyah (Navajo), Mehika (Slovene), Méhiko (Filipino/Tagalog), Méjico (Guarani, Spanish variant), Mejiko (Totonac, Tzotzil), Mēkhiko - Մեխիկո (Armenian), Mekiku (Huichol), Mekishiko - メキシコ (Japanese), Meksika (Albanian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Turkish), Meksika - Meкcикa (Russian), Meksike - מעקסיקע (Yiddish), Meksiko (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Croatian, Esperanto, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesian), Méksiko - ሜክሲኮ (Amharic), Meksiko - Мексико (Bulgarian, Serbian), Meksiko - מקסיקו (Hebrew), Meksiko / Meksik'o - 멕시코 (Korean), Meksikō - เม็กซิโก (Thai), Meksyk (Polish), Meksyka - Meкcикa (Ukrainian), Mekzik - مكزيك (Persian), Messico (Italian), Messiku (Maltese), Mễ Tây Cơ (Vietnamese), Mèxic (Catalan), Mexic (Romanian), Mexico (Danish, Dutch, Malay, Norwegian, Romansh), México (Portuguese, Spanish), Méxicu (Zapotec), Mexicum (Latin), Mēxihco (Nahuatl), Mexiko (Afrikaans alternate, Alemannic, Czech, German, Slovak, Swedish), Mexikó - Μεξικό (Greek), Mexikó (Hungarian), Mexíkó (Icelandic), Mexique (French), Miksiku (Inuktitut), M'onda (Otomí), Mòxīgē - 墨西哥 (Mandarin Chinese),மெக்ஸிக்கோ(Tamil)
Micronesia, Federated States of Maikhrōnīsīa - ไมโครนีเซีย (Thai), Micronèisia or Stàitean Feadarailichte Mhicronèisia (Scots Gaelic), Micronesia (Aragonese, Asturian, Cebuano, Dutch alternate, Indonesian alternate, Italian, Min Nan, Spanish), Micronèsia (Catalan), Micronésia (Portuguese), Micronésie (Czech, French), Micronèsie (Franco-Provençal), Micronezia (Romanian), Mìkèluóníxīyà - 密克羅尼西亞/密克罗尼西亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Mikeuronesia / Mik'ŭronesia - 미크로네시아 (Korean), Mikroneesia (Estonian), Mikroneesiä (Võro), Mikronesia (Acehnese, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesian, Norwegian), Mikronesië (Afrikaans, Dutch alternate), Mikronesien (Danish, German), Mikronēzia - Միկրոնեզիա (Armenian), Mikronezia (Breton), Mikronezia - מיקרונזיה (Hebrew), Mikronēzija (Latvian), Mikronezija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Mikronezija - Микронезија (Serbian), Mikronezio (Esperanto), Mikroneziya (Azeri), Mikroneziya - Микронезия (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Mikronezja (Polish), Mikronezya (Turkish), Mikronisía - Μικρονησία (Greek), Mikuroneshia - ミクロネシア (Japanese), Miqquunasia (Inuktitut), Maykronisya (Filipino),மைக்குரோனீசிய கூட்டு நாடுகள்(Tamil)
Moldova Maladobhā - মলদোভা (Bengali), an Mholdóiv (Irish), Mó'ěrduōwǎ - 摩爾多瓦/摩尔多瓦 (Mandarin Chinese), Moldavia (Albanian, Aragonese, Aromanian variant, Asturian, Basque, former English, Faroese variant, Indonesian variant, Italian, Latin, Spanish), Moldavía - Μολδαβία (Greek), Moldávia (Hungarian variant, Portuguese), Moldavië (former Afrikaans variant, Dutch), Moldávie (Czech), Moldavie (Franco-Provençal, French), Moldavien (Danish, Swedish), Moldavija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Moldavija - Молдавија (Serbian), Moldavio (Esperanto), Moldaviya (Azeri variant), Moldaviya - Moлдaвия (Russian), Moldavja (Maltese), Moldavsko (Slovak), Mołdawia (Polish), Moldawië (former Afrikaans variant), Moldawien (Alemannic, German), Moldau (German variant), Moldoba / Moltoba - 몰도바 (Korean), Moldòbha (Scots Gaelic), Moldofa (Welsh), Moldova (Acehnese, Aromanian, Azeri, Danish, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian variant, Latvian, Maltese, Min Nan, Portuguese variant, Romanian, Spanish variant, Turkish, Võro), Moldovā - ሞልዶቫ (Amharic), Moldova - Մոլդովա (Armenian), Moldova - Молдова (Bashkir, Bulgarian, Ukrainian), Moldova - מולדובה (Hebrew), Moldóva (Icelandic), Moldovia (Latin variant), Moldobiya (Filipino, Turkish), Moldowa (Afrikaans), Mołdowa (Polish variant), Mǭldōwā - มอลโดวา (Thai), Morudoba - モルドバ (Japanese), Mulitutuva (Inuktitut),மால்டோவா(Tamil)
Monaco Manaka - Манака (Belarusian), Monaco (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Min Nan, Polish variant, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Mónaco (Asturian, Portuguese, Spanish), Mônaco (Brazilian Portuguese), Monacô (Franco-Provençal), Monacó (Irish), Mónàgē - 摩納哥/摩纳哥 (Mandarin Chinese), Monakas (Lithuanian), Monakô (Acehnese), Monako (Albanian, Azeri, Basque, Central Bikolano, Czech, Esperanto, Faroese, Filipino, Indonesian, Latvian, Maltese, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish), Monāko - ሞናኮ (Amharic), Monako - Մոնակո (Armenian), Monako - Монако (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Monakó - Μονακό (Greek), Monako - מונקו (Hebrew), Mónakó (Icelandic), Monako - モナコ (Japanese), Monako / Monak'o - 모나코 (Korean), Mōnākō - โมนาโก (Thai), Mónegue (Aragonese), Monoecus (Latin), Munaku or Munaqu (Inuktitut), Munegu (Monegasque),மொனாகோ(Tamil)
Mongolia Mongol Uls - Монгол Улс (Mongolian), Měnggǔ - 蒙古 (Mandarin Chinese), Mogholestan - مغولستان (Persian), Moğolistan (Turkish), Monggol - 몽골 (Korean), Mongholia - Մոնղոլիա (Armenian), Mǭngkōlīa - มองโกเลีย (Thai), Mongòilia (Scots Gaelic), Mongolya (Filipino), Mongolei (German), Mongoleti - მონგოლეთი (Georgian), Mongolia (Albanian, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesia, Italian, Latin, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Welsh), Mongolía - Μογγολία (Greek), Mongolia - מונגוליה (Hebrew), Mongólia (Hungarian, Portuguese), Mongólía (Icelandic), Mongolië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Mongolie (French), Mongoliet (Danish, Swedish), Mongolija (Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Mongolija - Монголија (Serbian), Mongolio (Esperanto), Mongoliya - Монголия (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Mongolja (Maltese), Mongolska (Lower Sorbian), Mongolsko (Czech, Slovak), மங்கோலியா (Tamil)Mongoolia (Estonian, Võro), Mongoru - モンゴル (Japanese), Mongulia-Inuujarvik (Inuktitut), Mông Cổ (Vietnamese)
Note: the independent state is also known officially as Outer Mongolia, to distinguish it from Chinese Inner Mongolia.
Montenegro Černá Hora (Czech), Çernoqoriya (Azeri), Charnahoryia - Чарнагорыя (Belarusian), Cherna gora - Черна гора (Bulgarian), Chernogoriya - Чepнoгopия (Russian), Chornohoriya - Чоpнoгopія (Ukrainian), Čierna Hora (Slovak), Crna Gora (Bosnian, Croatian), Crna Gora - Црна Гора (Serbian), Črna gora (Slovene), Czarnogóra (Polish), Hēishān - 黑山 (Mandarin Chinese), Juodkalnija (Lithuanian), Karadağ (Turkish), Mali i Zi (Albanian), Manṭinigro - মন্টিনিগ্রো (Bengali), Mavrovúnio - Μαυροβούνιο (Greek), Melnkalne (Latvian), Méngtènèigēluó - 蒙特內哥羅/蒙特内哥罗 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Mons Niger (Latin), Montainéagró (Irish), Montenegeuro / Mont'enegŭro - 몬테네그로 (Korean), Monténègrô (Acehnese), Montenegro (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino, Finnish, German, Indonesia, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Swedish, Venetian, Võro, Welsh), Monténégro - ሞንቴኔግሮ (Amharic), Montēnēgro - Մոնտենեգրո (Armenian), Montènègro (Franco-Provençal), Monténégro (French), Montenegro - מונטנגרו (Hebrew), Montenegró (Hungarian), Montenegru (Asturian), Monteneguro - モンテネグロ (Japanese), Mǭntēnēkrō - มอนเตเนโกร (Thai), Muntenegru (Romanian), Muntiniguru (Inuktitut), O͘-soaⁿ (Min Nan), Qaradağ (Azeri variant), Svartfjallaland (Icelandic),மொண்டெனேகுரோ (Tamil)
Montserrat Mansėrat - Мансэрат (Belarusian), Méngtèsèlātè - 蒙特塞拉特 (Mandarin Chinese), Moncerato (Esperanto), Monserat (Bosnian), Monserat - Монсерат (Bulgarian, Serbian), Monserrat (Maltese), Monserrate (Portuguese), Mǭnsœrat - มอนต์เซอร์รัต (Thai), Monteserat - מונטסרט (Hebrew), Monteuseraet / Mont'ŭseraet - 몬트세랫 (Korean), Montoserato - モントセラト (Japanese), Montsarrat (Franco-Provençal), Montserrat (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Breton, Catalan, Czech, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Min Nan, Polish, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Montserrat - Монсеррат (Russian, Ukrainian), Montserrát - Μοντσερράτ (Greek), Montserrata (Latvian), Muntusirrat or Muntusiqqat (Inuktitut),மொன்செராட் (Tamil)
Morocco Fas (Turkish), al-Maghrib - المغرب (Arabic), Maghribi (Malay), Maracó (Irish), Marakesh - مراكش (Persian), Maroc (Franco-Provençal, French, Romanian, Romansh), Marocco (Italian), Marochium (Latin variant), Marocko (Swedish), Marocum (Latin), Maroka - Марока (Belarusian), Maroka (Latvian), Marokas (Lithuanian), Marokk (Maltese), Marokko (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, German, Norwegian), Marokko - মরোক্কো (Bengali), Marokkó - (Hungarian, Icelandic), Marokko - Марокко (Russian, Ukrainian), Maroko (Acehnese, Bambara, Czech, Esperanto, Estonian, Indonesian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Võro), Maroko - Мароко (Bulgarian, Serbian), Maróko - Μαρόκο (Greek), Maroko - מרוקו (Hebrew), Maroko - מאַראָקאָ (Yiddish), Maroku (Albanian), el Marroc (Catalan), Marrocos (Portuguese), Marruecos (Aragonese, Asturian, Spanish), Mərakeş (Azeri), Móluògē - 摩洛哥 (Chinese), Morocco (Min Nan), Moroco (Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Morògo (Scots Gaelic variant), Moroko (Filipino/Tagalog), Morokko - モロッコ (Japanese), Mōrǭkkō - โมร็อกโก (Thai), Moroko - ሞሮኮ (Amharic), Moṛoko - Մոռոկո (Armenian), Moroko (Indonesian alternate), Moroko / Morok'o - 모로코 (Korean), Murukku or Muruqqu (Inuktitut),மொராக்கோ (Tamil)
Mozambique Moçambique (Min Nan, Portuguese, Swedish), Mojambikeu / Mojambik'ŭ - 모잠비크 (Korean), Mojāmvika - মোজাম্বিক (Bengali), Mosaimbic (Scots Gaelic), Mosambic (Welsh), Mosambiek (Afrikaans), Mosambiik (Estonian, Võro), Mosambik (Alemannic, Faroese, Finnish, German, Norwegian), Mósambík (Icelandic), Mōsambik - โมซัมบิก (Thai), Mosambìog (Scots Gaelic variant), Mòsānbígěi - 莫三鼻給/莫三鼻给 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Mòsāngbǐkè - 莫桑比克 (Mandarin Chinese), Mozambic (Aromanian, Romanian), Mozambico (Italian), Mozambik - ሞዛምቢክ (Amharic), Mozambik - Մոզամբիկ (Armenian), Mozambik (Azeri, Czech, Indonesian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish), Możambik (Maltese), Mozambik - Мозамбик (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian), Mozambik - Мозамбік (Ukrainian), Mozambik - מוזמביק (Hebrew), Mozambika (Latvian), Mozambikas (Lithuanian), Mozambiko (Esperanto), Mozambiku (Albanian), Mozambīku - モザンビーク (Japanese), Mozambique (Aragonese, Asturian, Danish, Dutch, Franco-Provençal, French, Malay, Spanish), Mozamvíki - Μοζαμβίκη (Greek), Mozanbik (Bambara), Musampiqu (Inuktitut),மொசாம்பிக்(Tamil)
Myanmar Māẏānamāra - মায়ানমার (Bengali), Miǎndiàn - 緬甸/缅甸 (Mandarin Chinese), M'ianma - М'янма (Belarusian), Mianma (Polish variant), Mianmá (Brazilian Portuguese variant), Mianmaara (Inuktitut), Mianmar (Afrikaans, Portuguese variant, Scots Gaelic), Mianmar - Мианмар (Bulgarian), Mianmár - Μυανμάρ (Greek), Mianmaras (Lithuanian), Miến Điện (Vietnamese), Mijanmar (Bosnian), Miyanma - 미얀마 (Korean), Miyanmar (Franco-Provençal), Mjanma (Latvian), Mjanmar (Faroese, Slovene), Mjanmar - Мјанмар (Serbian), Mjanmarsko (Slovak), Myanma (Azeri, Min Nan), Myanma - မြန်မာ (Burmese), Myanmā - ミャンマー (Japanese), M'yanma - Мьянма (Russian), M'yanma - М'янма (Ukrainian), Myanmar (Acehnese, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Banyumasan, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, former and alternate Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Myanmar - Մյանմար (Armenian), Myanmar - מיאנמר (Hebrew),மியான்மர் (Tamil)


Former name or non-regime name, still widely used: 'Abara-ma - འབར་མ། (Tibetan), Bārmā - বার্মা (Bengali), Barma (Czech, Slovak), Beoma / Pŏma - 버마 (Korean), Birma (Afrikaans variant, Dutch, Estonian, German, Indonesian variant, Latvian, Polish), Birma - Բիրմա (Armenian), Birma - Биpмa (Azeri, Bulgarian, Russian), Birma - Бірма (Belarusian), Birmania (Asturian, Italian, Romanian, Spanish), Birmânia (Portuguese), Birmanie (Franco-Provençal, French), Birmanya (Turkish), Birmo (Esperanto), Biruma - ビルマ (Japanese), Burma (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Banyumasan, Bosnian, Danish, Dutch variant, English, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesian, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian, Portuguese variant, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Swedish), Burma - Бурма (Bulgarian variant, Serbian), Burma - בורמה (Hebrew), Phomā - พม่า (Thai), Piruma (Inuktitut), Virmanía - Βιρμανία (Greek),

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Namibia Naimibia (Scots Gaelic), Namibia (Acehnese, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Bambara, Danish, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Polish, Romanian, Spanish), Namibia - נמיביה (Hebrew), Namíbia (Hungarian, Portuguese), Namibia - ナミビア (Japanese), Namibia - 나미비아 (Korean), Nāmibīa - นามิเบีย (Thai), Namibië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Namibie (Czech, Franco-Provençal, French), Namībija (Latvian), Namibija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Namibija - Намибија (Serbian), Namibio (Esperanto), Nāmibiyā - ናሚቢያ (Amharic), Namibiya (Azeri), Nāmibiẏā - নামিবিয়া (Bengali), Namibiya - Намибия (Bulgarian, Russian), Namibiya - Намібія (Ukrainian), Nàmǐbǐyà - 納米比亞/纳米比亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Namibja (Maltese), Namibya (Filipino, Turkish), Namiibia (Estonian, Võro), Namímpia - Ναμίμπια (Greek), Namipia (Inuktitut),நமீபியா (Tamil)
Nauru Naaroo (Manx), Naoero (Nauruan), Nǎolǔ - 瑙魯/瑙鲁 (Mandarin Chinese), Naouroú - Ναουρού (Greek), Naouru (Franco-Provençal), Nárú (Irish), Nauro (Esperanto), Nauru (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Azeri, Basque, Bosnian, Catalan, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Fiji Hindi, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Spanish, Welsh), Nauru - Науру (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Nauru - נאורו (Hebrew), Nauru - ナウル (Japanese), Nauru - 나우루 (Korean), Nāūrū - นาอูรู (Thai), Naurû (West Frisian), Nawru (Filipino), Nuòlǔ - 諾魯/诺鲁 (Mandarin Chinese variant),நவ்ரூ (Tamil)
Nepal Balba - Балба (Mongolian), Nepal (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Azeri, Bosnian, Breton, Central Bikolano, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish), Nepal - Непал (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Nepál (Czech, Hungarian), Nèpal (Franco-Provençal), Népal (French), Nepál - Νεπάλ (Greek), Nepal - נפאל (Hebrew), Nepal / Nep'al - 네팔 (Korean), Nēpāl - เนปาล (Thai), Nepāla (Latvian), Nepalas (Lithuanian), Nepalia (Guarani), Nepalo (Esperanto), Nepāru - ネパール (Japanese), Níbó'ěr - 尼泊爾/尼泊尔 (Mandarin Chinese), Nipaali (Inuktitut), Nipál (Filipino),நேபால் (Tamil)
Netherlands Antilles Alankomaiden Antillit (Finnish), Antia Hulandes (Papiamento), Antilele Olandeze (Romanian), Antiles nêrlandêses (Franco-Provençal), Antilhas Holandesas (Portuguese), Antilhez Nederlandat (Breton), Antilim Holandim - אנטילים הולנדים (Hebrew), Antilla Belanda (Indonesian), Antillas Holandesas (Spanish), Antillas Neerlandesas (Aragonese), Antilles Neerlandeses (Catalan), Antilles yr Iseldiroedd (Welsh), Antilli Olandiżi (Maltese), Antilya-Holan (Filipino), Antyle Holenderskie (Polish), Héshǔān de Lièsī - 荷属安的列斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Holandski Antili (Bosnian), Holandski Antili - Холандски Антили (Bulgarian, Serbian), Hollandi Antillid (Estonian), Kē-tē-kok Antilles (Min Nan), Nedeollandeuryeong Antilleseu / Nedŏllandŭryŏng Ant'illesŭ - 네덜란드령 안틸레스 (Korean), Nederlandse Antille (Afrikaans), Nederlandse Antillen (Dutch), Nēthôelaen Aenthinlés - เนเธอร์แลนด์แอนทิลเลส (Thai), Nīderlandes Antiļas (Latvian), Nidėrliandzkiia Antyly - Нідэрляндзкія Антылы (Belarusian), Niederländische Antillen (German), Niderlands'ki Antyly - Нідерландські Антили (Ukrainian), Nitsiirlantisu Antillisu (Inuktitut), Nizozemské Antily (Czech), Nyderlandų Antilai (Lithuanian), Ollandikés Andíles - Ολλανδικές Αντίλλες (Greek), Oranda-ryō Antiru - オランダ領アンティル (Japanese),நெதர்லாந்து அண்டிலிசு (Tamil)
Netherlands Alankomaat (Finnish), Artsot Ha'Shfella - ארצות השפלה (Hebrew veriant), Bas Payis (Walloon), Belanda (Indonesian, Malay), Beulanda (Acehnese), Felemenk (Crimean Tatar), Hà Lan (Vietnamese), Hélán - 荷蘭/荷兰 (Mandarin Chinese), Herbehereak (Basque), Hoà Lan (Vietnamese variant), Holan (Filipino), Holānd - ሆላንድ (Amharic), Holand - הולנד (Hebrew), Holand - هلند (Persian), Holanda (Guaraní), Holandia (Polish), Holandija - Холандија (Serbian), Holandsko (Czech variant, Slovak since 1830), Holland (Estonian), Hollanda (Turkish), Hollandia (Hungarian), an Ìsealtìr (Scots Gaelic), yr Iseldiroedd (Welsh), an Ísiltír (Irish), Katō Chōres - Κάτω Χώρες (Greek variant), Kē-tē-kok (Min Nan), Madalmaad (Estonian variant), Nedāralyānḍsa - নেদারল্যান্ড্‌স (Bengali), Nedderlannen (Low Saxon), Nedeollandeu / Nedŏllandŭ - 네덜란드 (Korean), Nederlân (Frisian), Nederland (Afrikaans, Dutch, Norwegian), Nederlandene (Danish), Nederländerna (Swedish), Nederlandia (Latin), Nederlando (Esperanto), Nethôelaen - เนเธอร์แลนด์ (Thai), Nīdaralaiṇḍsa - नीदरलैंड्स (Hindi), Niderland (Alemannic, Azeri), Niðerland (Anglo-Saxon), Niderlanddar - Нидерланддар (Bashkir), Nīderlande (Latvian), Niderlandi - ნიდერლანდი (Georgian), Niderlandiya (Azeri variant), Niderlandiya - Нидерландия (Bulgarian), Niderlandn - נידערלאַנדן (Yiddish), Niderlandy (Polish variant), Niderlandy - Нидерланды (Russian), Niderlandy - Нідерланди (Ukrainian), Niðurlond (Faroese), Niðurlönd (Icelandic), Niederlande (German), Nitsiirlantisu (Inuktitut), Nizozemí (Czech alternate), Nizozemska (Croatian, Slovene), Nižozemska (Lower Sorbian), Nizozemska - Низоземска (Serbian variant), Nizozemsko (Slovak before 1830, Czech), Nyderlandai (Lithuanian), Olanda (Aromanian, Filipino/Tagalog, Maltese, Romanian), Ollandía - Ολλανδία (Greek), Oranda - オランダ (Japanese), Paesi Bassi (Italian), Países Baixos (Aragonese, Portuguese), Países Bajos (Spanish), Países Baxos (Asturian), Països Baixos (Catalan), Pajais bass (Romansh), Pajjiżi Baxxi (Maltese variant), Payis-Bâs (Franco-Provençal), Pays-Bas (French), Ţările de Jos (Romanian variant),நெதர்லாந்து (Tamil)
Note: See also the various forms listed under the entry for Holland. Strictly speaking, Holland is only a part of the Netherlands, but the name is often used to refer to the whole country.
New Caledonia Bagong Kalidonya (Filipino), Caledonia Newydd (Welsh), Caledonia Nuadh (Scots Gaelic), Jaunkaledonija (Latvian), Kaldonia - קלדוניה or Kaldonia Hachadasha - קלדוניה החדשה (Hebrew), Kaledonia Barô (Acehnese), Kaledonia Baru (Indonesian), Kaledonia Berria (Basque), Kaledonia Mpya (Swahili), Kaledonja l-Ġdida (Maltese), Naujoji Kaledonija (Lithuanian), Néa Kalidonía - Νέα Καληδονία (Greek), Neukaledonien (German), Niu Kǣlidōnīa - นิวแคลิโดเนีย (Thai), Nouvelle-Calédonie (French), Nova Caledònia (Catalan), Nova Caledônia (Portuguese), Novaia Kaledoniia - Новая Каледонія (Belarusian), Nová Kaledonie (Czech), Nova Kaledonija (Bosnian), Nova Kaledonija - Нова Каледонија (Serbian), Nova Kaledoniya - Нова Каледония (Bulgarian, Ukrainian), Novèla-Calèdonie (Franco-Provençal), Nowa Kaledonia (Polish), Nubelkalledoni / Nubelk'alledoni - 누벨칼레도니 (Korean), Nubhela Kāledonira Bhāshā - নুভেল কালেদোনির ভাষা (Bengali), Nueba Caledonia (Aragonese), Nueva Caledonia (Aragonese, Spanish), Nuova Caledonia (Italian), Nutaaq-Kalitunia (Inuktitut), Nya Kaledonien (Swedish), Ny-Caledonia (Norwegian), Nýja-Kaledónía (Icelandic), Nýkaledónia (Faroese), Ny Kaledonien (Danish), Nyukalledonia / Nyuk'alledonia - 뉴칼레도니아 (Korean variant), Nyū-Karedonia - ニューカレドニア (Japanese), Sin Calédonie (Min Nan), Uusi-Kaledonia (Finnish), Uus-Kaledoonia (Estonian), Xīn Kālǐduōníyà - 新喀里多尼亞 (Mandarin Chinese), Yeni Kaledoniya (Azeri), Noua Caledonie (Romanian),புதிய கலிடோனியா(Tamil)
New Zealand Akhali Zelandia - ახალი ზელანდია (Georgian), Aotearoa (Maori), Bagong Silan/Bagong Selanda (Filipino, Tagalog), Jaunzēlande (Latvian), Naujoji Zelandija (Lithuanian), Néa Zilandía - Νέα Ζηλανδία (Greek), Neuseeland (Alemannic, German), New Zealand (Danish, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian), Nieu-Seeland (Afrikaans), Nieuw-Zeeland (Dutch), Niu Jilyānḍa - ল্যন্ড নিউজিল্যান্ড (Bengali), Niu Sīlǣnd - นิวซีแลนด์ (Thai), Niu Tīreni (Maori variant), Niǔ Xīlán - 紐西蘭/纽西兰 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Noua Zeelandă (Romanian), Nouvelle-Zélande (French), Novaia Zėliandyia - Новая Зэляндыя (Belarusian), Novaya Zelandiya - Новая Зеландия (Russian), Nova Zelanda (Romansh), Nova Zelandia (Latin), Nova Zelândia (Portuguese), Nova Zelandija (Slovene), Nova Zelandiya - Нова Зеландия (Bulgarian), Nova Zelandiya - Нова Зеландія (Ukrainian), Novèla-Zèlande (Franco-Provençal), Novi Zeland (Croatian), Novi Zeland - Нови Зеланд (Serbian), Nový Zéland (Czech, Slovak), Nov-Zelando (Esperanto), Nowa Zelandia (Polish), Nueva Zelanda (Aragonese, Asturian, Central Bikolano, Spanish), Nueva Zelandia (Spanish variant), Nuova Zelanda (Italian), Nutaaq Sialanti (Inuktitut), Nya Zeeland (Swedish), Nýsæland (Faroese), Nyujillaendeu / Nyujillaendŭ - 뉴질랜드 (Korean), Nyūjīrando - ニュージーランド (Japanese), Nyu-Ziland - ניו-זילנד (Hebrew), Ny-Zealand (Norwegian variant), Sealan Nuadh (Scots Gaelic), Selandia Baru (Indonesian), Seland Newydd (Welsh), Seulandia Barô (Acehnese), Sin Jia̍t-lân-jia (Min Nan), Tân Tây Lan (Vietnamese), Új-Zéland (Hungarian), Uusi-Seelanti (Finnish), Uus-Meremaa (Estonian), Vahtsõnõ Meremaa (Võro), Xīn Xīlán - 新西蘭/新西兰 (Mandarin Chinese), Yeni Zelanda (Turkish), Yeni Zelandiya (Azeri), Zelanda e Re (Albanian),நியூசிலாந்து (Tamil)
Nicaragua Nicaragoa (Franco-Provençal), Nicaragua (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian variant, Italian, Min Nan, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish), Nicarágua (Portuguese), Níjiālāguā - 尼加拉瓜 (Mandarin Chinese), Nikarágoua - Νικαράγουα (Greek), Nikaragua (Acehnese, Czech, Faroese, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Malay, Polish, Turkish), Nikaragua - Никарагуа (Bulgarian, Russian), Nikaragua - ניקראגווה (Hebrew), Nikaragua - ニカラグア (Japanese), Nikārāguẏā - নিকারাগুয়া (Bengali), Nikaragva (Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Nikaragva - Никарагва (Serbian), Nikaragvo (Esperanto), Nikārāgwā - ኒካራጓ (Amharic), Nikaragwa (Bambara, Filipino, Maltese), Nikaragwa / Nik'aragwa - 니카라과 (Korean), Nikarahua - Нікарагуа (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Nikārākūa - นิการากัว (Thai), Nikaraqua (Azeri),நிகரகுவா(Tamil)
Niger Naičhœr - ไนเจอร์ (Thai), Nāijāra - নাইজার (Bengali), Nayger (Filipino), Nícher (Aragonese), Niger (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Azeri, Bosnian, Breton, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Lower Sorbian, Min Nan, Polish, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Welsh), Niǧér - ኒጄር (Amharic), Niger - Нигер (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian),Níger (Catalan, Portuguese, Spanish), Niġer (Maltese), Nigēra (Latvian), Nigeris (Lithuanian), Niĝero (Esperanto), Nígiras - Νίγηρας (Greek), Niher - Нігер (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Ni-jara - ནི་ཇར། (Tibetan), Nījaru - ނީޖަރު (Divehi), Nijer (Bambara, Turkish), Nijer - ניז'ר (Hebrew), Nijereu / Nijerŭ - 니제르 (Korean), Nijēru - ニジェール (Japanese), Nijiira (Inuktitut), Nírì - 尼日 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Nírì'ěr - 尼日爾/尼日尔 (Mandarin Chinese), Níxer (Asturian),நைஜர் (Tamil)
Nigeria Naičhīrīa - ไนจีเรีย (Thai), Naijeria - ナイジェリア (Japanese), Nāijeriẏā - নাইজেরিয়া (Bengali), Nàijílìyà - 奈及利亞/奈及利亚 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Naijiria (Inuktitut), Naijiria - 나이지리아 (Korean), Nāyǧériyā - ናይጄሪያ (Amharic), Nicheria (Aragonese), Nigeeria (Estonian), Nigeeriä (Võro), Nigeria (Acehnese, Alemannic, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Min Nan, Polish, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish), Nigeria - ניגריה (Hebrew), Nigéria (Hungarian, Portuguese), Nigerië (Afrikaans), Nigérie (Czech), Nigērija (Latvian), Nigerija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Nigerija - Нигерија (Serbian), Niĝerio (Esperanto), Nigeriya (Azeri), Nigeriya - Нигерия (Bulgarian, Russian), 'Niġerja (Maltese), Nigerya (Central Bikolano), Nigiría - Νιγηρία (Greek), Niherya (Filipino), Niheryia - Нігерыя (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Nijeria (Bambara), Nijerya (Turkish), Ni-ji-ri-ya ནི་ཇི་རི་ཡ། (Tibetan), Nírìlìyà - 尼日利亞/尼日利亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Nixeria (Asturian, Galician),நைஜீரியா (Tamil)
Niue Nīu - ނީއު (Divehi), Niua (Inuktitut), Niǔāi - 紐埃 (Mandarin Chinese), Niue (Acehnese, Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Estonian, Faroese, Fiji Hindi, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Latvian, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Welsh), Niue - Ніуе (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Niue - Ниуе (Bulgarian, Kazakh, Serbian), Niuè (Franco-Provençal), Niúe - Νιούε (Greek), Niyu'eh - ניואה (Hebrew), Niue - ニウエ (Japanese), Niue - 니우에 (Korean), Niuė - Ниуэ (Ossetic), Nīūē - นีอูเอ (Thai), Niujė (Lithuanian), Nuu - নুউ (Bishnupriya Manipuri), Nuywi (Filipino),நியுவே (Tamil)
Norfolk Island Eilean Norfolk (Scots Gaelic), Eiyei norfolk - איי נורפולק (Hebrew), il-Gżejjer Norfolk (Maltese), Ila Norfolk (Franco-Provençal), Ilha Norfolk (Portuguese), Illa Norfolk (Catalan), Insulele Norfolk (Romanian), Kaǫ Nǭrfǭlk - เกาะนอร์ฟอล์ก (Thai), Kepulauan Norfolk (Indonesian), Narphoka Dvīpera Bhāshā - নরফোক দ্বীপের ভাষা (Bengali), Nísi Nórfolk - Νήσοι Νόρφολκ (Greek), Nōfōku-tō - ノーフォーク島 (Japanese), Nopeok Jedo / Nop'ŏk Chedo - 노퍽 제도 (Korean), Norfolk (Afrikaans, Czech, Estonian, Polish variant), Norfolka (Latvian), Norfolkas (Lithuanian), Norfolkinsaari (Finnish), Norfolkinsel (German), Norfolk Island (Danish), Norfolk-tó (Min Nan), Nuòfúkè dǎo - 诺福克岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Nuuvuultiup Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Ostriv Norfolk - Острів Норфолк (Ukrainian), Ostrov Norfolk - Остров Норфолк (Bulgarian), Ostrvo Norfok - Острво Норфок (Bosnian, Serbian), Pulo ng Norfolk (Filipino), Pulo Norfolk (Acehnese), Vysla Norfalk - Выспа Норфалк (Belarusian), Wyspa Norfolk (Polish), Ynys Norfolk (Welsh),நோர்போக் தீவு(Tamil)
North Korea Bắc Hàn (Vietnamese variant), Běi Chǎoxiān - 北朝鮮 (Mandarin Chinese), Bukhan / Pukhan - 북한 (Korean - South Korea), Chǎoxiān Mínzhǔzhǔyì Rénmín Gònghéguó - 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国) (full name in Mandarin Chinese), Chōsen Minshushugi Jinmin Kyōwakoku - 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国 (full name in Japanese), Chosŏn - 조선 (Korean - North Korea), Coiria a Tuath (Scots Gaelic), Corea del Nord (Italian), Corea del Norte (Asturian, Spanish), Corea Septentrionalis (Latin), Corê du Nord (Franco-Provençal), Coreea de Nord (Romanian), Corée du Nord (French), Coréia do Norte (Brazilian Portuguese), Coreia do Norte (Portuguese), Coreya d'o Norte (Aragonese), Gogledd Corea (Welsh), Hilagang Korea (Filipino, Tagalog), Hiusisayin Koria (Armenian), Joseon Minjujuui Inmin Gongwaguk / Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk - 조선민주주의인민공화국 (full name in Korean), Kaolī Nứa - เกาหลีเหนือ (Thai), Kita Chōsen - 北朝鮮 (Japanese), Kita Kuuria (Inuktitut), Korèa Barôh (Acehnese), Korea hatzfonit - קוריאה הצפונית (Hebrew), Korea Północna (Polish), Korea ta' Fuq (Maltese), Korea Utara (Indonesian, Malay), Noord-Korea (Afrikaans), Nordkorea (Alemannic, Danish, German, Swedish), Norðurkorea (Faroese), Paŭnochnaia Karėia - Паўночная Карэя (Belarusian), Pivnichna Koreya - Північна Корея (Ukrainian), Põhja-Korea (Estonian), Pohjois-Korea (Finnish), Severna Koreja - Северна Кореја (Serbian), Severna Koreya - Северна Корея (Bulgarian), Severní Korea (Czech), Şimali Koreya (Azeri), Šiaurės Korėja (Lithuanian), Tiâu-sián (Min Nan), Triều Tiên (Vietnamese), Uthuru Koriyava (Sinhala), Uttara Koriẏā - উত্তর কোরিয়া (Bengali), Vória Koréa - Βόρεια Κορέα (Greek), Ziemeļkoreja (Latvian), Khoid Solongos - Хойд Солонгос (Mongolian),வட கொரியா (Tamil)
Northern Mariana Islands Běi Mǎlǐyànà qúndǎo - 北马里亚纳群岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Bungmariana Jedo / Pungmariana Chedo - 북마리아나 제도 (Korean), Eileanan Mariana a Tuath (Scots Gaelic), Hilagang Maryanas (Filipino, Tagalog), Iles Marianes du Nord (Franco-Provençal), Ilhas Marianas do Norte (Portuguese variant), Illes Mariannes Septentrionals (Catalan), Islles Marianes del Norte (Asturian), Iyey Mariana Ha'Tsfoniyim - איי מריאנה הצפוניים (Hebrew), Kita Mariana - 北マリアナ (Japanese), Kita Marianasi (Inuktitut), Marianas Setentrionais (Portuguese), Marianas Utara (Indonesian, Malay), Mariany Północne (Polish), Marijanos Šiaurinės salos (Lithuanian), Mū Kaǫ Nǭrthœrn Mārīanā - หมู่เกาะนอร์เทิร์นมาเรียนา (Thai), Nördliche Marianen (German), Nordmarianerne (Danish), Nord-Marianoj (Esperanto), Notte Mariånas (Chamorro), Pak Mariana Kûn-tó (Min Nan), Paŭnochnyia Maryianskiia Vyspy - Паўночныя Марыянскія Выспы (Belarusian), Pivnichni Marians'ki Ostrovy - Північні Маріанські Острови (Ukrainian), Põhja-Mariaanid (Estonian), Pohjois-Mariaanit (Finnish), Pulo-pulo Mariana Utara (Acehnese), Severna Marijanska ostrva - Северна Маријанска острва (Serbian), Severni Marianski ostrovi - Северни Мариански острови (Bulgarian), Severní Mariany (Czech), Şimali Marian adaları (Azeri), Sjeverna Marijanska Ostrva (Bosnian), Vóries Mariánes Nísi - Βόρειες Μαριάνες Νήσοι (Greek), Ziemeļu Marianas (Latvian),வடக்கு மரியானா தீவுகள் (Tamil)
Norway an Iorua (Irish), Naraoẏe - নরওয়ে (Bengali), Na Uy (Vietnamese), Nirribhidh (Scots Gaelic), Noorweë (Afrikaans), Noorwegen (Dutch), Norge (Norwegian-Bokmål), Noreg (Faroese, Norwegian-Nynorsk), Noregur (Icelandic), Noreuwei / Norŭwei - 노르웨이 (Korean), Norga (Sami), Norge (Danish, Min Nan, Norwegian-Bokmål, Swedish), Norja (Finnish), Norra (Estonian, Võro), Norsko (Czech), Nórsko (Slovak), Noruega (Aragonese, Asturian, Catalan, Guaraní, Portuguese, Spanish), Noruwega (Filipino/Tagalog), Noruwē - ノルウェー (Japanese), Norveç (Azeri, Turkish), Norvèg·e (Franco-Provençal), Norvège (French), Norvegia (Armenian, Basque, Italian, Latin, Romanian, Romansh), Norvégia (Hungarian), Norvehia - Норвегія (Ukrainian), Norvēģija (Latvian), Norvegija (Lithuanian), Norvegio (Esperanto), Norvegiya - Норвегия (Bulgarian, Russian), Norvegiya - נורבגיה (Hebrew), Norveġja (Maltese), Norvegjia (Albanian), Norvegye - נאָרװעגיע (Yiddish), Norveška - Норвешка (Serbian), Norveška (Slovene), Norvigía - Νορβηγία (Greek), Norway (Malay, English), Norweege (Alemannic), Norwegen (German, Low Saxon), Norwègia (Acehnese), Norwegia (Indonesian, Polish), Norwegska (Lower Sorbian), Norwéy - ኖርዌይ (Amharic), Norwij (Bambara), Nǭrwœi - นอร์เวย์ (Thai), Norwy (Welsh), Nuówēi - 挪威 (Mandarin Chinese), Nuruwai (Inuktitut),நோர்வே (Tamil)

O[edit]

English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Oman Aman - Аман (Belarusian), Āmàn - 阿曼 (Mandarin Chinese), Omã (Portuguese variant), Omaan (Estonian), Omaan' (Võro), Oman (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Azeri, Central Bikolano, Danish, Dutch, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese variant, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene), Omán (Aragonese, Asturian, Czech, Hungarian, Spanish), Oman - Оман (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Omán - Ομάν (Greek), Omān - オマーン (Japanese), Oman - 오만 (Korean), Ōmān - โอมาน (Thai), Omāna - ওমান (Assamese, Bengali), Omāna (Latvian), Omanas (Lithuanian), Omano (Esperanto), Omão (Portuguese variant), 'Uman - עומן (Hebrew), Umaan (Inuktitut), 'Umān - عُمان (Arabic), Umman (Turkish) , ஓமன் (Tamil)

P[edit]

English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Pakistan Bājīsītǎn - 巴基斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Bākistān - باكستان (Arabic), Pacistan (Welsh), Pakiseutan / P'ak'isŭt'an - 파키스탄 (Korean), Pakistan (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Armenian, Azeri, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Romanian, Romansh, Slovene, Turkish, Võro), Pakistán (Aragonese, Guaraní, Spanish), Pākistān - পাকিস্তান (Assamese, Bengali), Pakistan - Пакистан (Bashkir, Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian), Pákistán (Czech), Pakistán - Πακιστάν (Greek), Pakistan - פקיסטן (Hebrew), Pakistāna (Latvian), Pakistanas (Lithuanian), Pakistano (Esperanto), Pākīsthān - ปากีสถาน (Thai), Pakisutan (Inuktitut), Pakisutan - パキスタン (Japanese), Pakisztán (Hungarian), Pakystan - Пакистан (Ukrainian), Paquistán (Asturian), Paquistan (Franco-Provençal), Paquistão (Portuguese),பாக்கிஸ்தான் (Tamil)
Palau Belau (Estonian, Palauan, Polish variant, Võro), Bóliú - 帛琉 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Pàláo - 帕劳 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Palaos (Asturian, Franco-Provençal, French), Paláou - Παλάου (Greek), Palau (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Austro-Bavarian, Azeri, Basque, Catalan, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian alternate, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Irish, Italian, Lithuanian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Spanish, Welsh, West Frisian), Palaŭ - Палаў (Belarusian), Pālāu - পালাউ (Bengali), Palau - Палау (Bulgarian, Chuvash, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Palāū - ޕަލާއޫ (Divehi), Palau - פלאו (Hebrew), Pa-la'u - པ་ལའུ། (Tibetan), Palaǔo (Esperanto), Palaw (Filipino/Tagalog), Pālaw - ปาเลา (Thai), Pallau / P'allau - 팔라우 (Korean), Parao - パラオ (Japanese),பாலாவ் (Tamil)
Palestinian territories (under Israeli control) Baghestin (Armenian), Bālèsītǎn - 巴勒斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Fələstin (Azeri), Filasṭīn - فلسطين (Arabic), Filastiniyya (Min Nan), Filistin (Turkish), Ha'Rashut Ha'Falastinit - הרשות הפלסטינית (Hebrew), Palästina (German), Palasṭīnuge Daulet - ފަލަސްޠީނުގެ ދައުލަތް (Divehi), Palæstina (Danish), Palesteina (Welsh), Palestiina (Estonian, Finnish, Võro), Palestin (Malay, Scots Gaelic), Palèstina (Acehnese), Palestina (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Catalan, Czech, Dutch, Faroese, Filipino/Tagalog, Indonesian, Italian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish), Palestina - Палестина (Chuvash, Serbian), Palestíni - Παλαιστίνη (Greek), Palestino (Esperanto), Palestinska administraciya - Палестинска администрация (Bulgarian), Palestyna - Палестина (Ukrainian), Palestyna - Палестына (Belarusian), Palestyna (Polish), Palisutinian (Inuktitut), Palleseutain / P'allesŭt'ain - 팔레스타인 (Korean), Paresuchina - パレスチナ (Japanese), Teritoriile Palestiniene (Romanian),பாலஸ்தீனிய பிரதேசங்களில் (Tamil)
Panama Bānámǎ - 巴拿馬/巴拿马 (Mandarin Chinese), Panama (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Azeri, Bambara, Basque, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Inuktitut, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Malay, Maltese, Polish, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Welsh), Panamá (Aragonese, Asturian, Breton, Extremaduran, French, Italian, Min Nan, Portuguese, Spanish), Panama - Панама (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Chuvash, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Pānāmā - পানামা (Bengali), Panamà (Catalan), Panama - פנמה (Hebrew), Panama - パナマ (Japanese), Panama / P'anama - 파나마 (Korean), Pānāmā - ปานามา (Thai), Pa-na-ma - པ་ན་མ། (Tibetan), Panamás - Παναμάς (Greek), Panamo (Esperanto), Penamā - ޕެނަމާ (Divehi),பனாமா (Tamil)
Papua New Guinea Bābùyà Niǔ Jǐnèiyà - 巴布亞紐幾內亞/巴布亚纽几内亚 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Bābùyà Xīn Jǐnèiyà - 巴布亞新幾內亞/巴布亚新几内亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Paapua Uus-Guinea (Estonian), Paapua Vahtsõnõ Ginea (Võro), Papoasie-Novèla-Guinê (Franco-Provençal), Papoea Nieu-Guinee (Afrikaans), Papoea-Nieuw-Guinea (Dutch), Papoúa Néa Gouinéa - Παπούα Νέα Γουινέα (Greek), Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée (French), Papua Bagong Guineya (Central Bikolano), Papua Ginea Hachadasha - פפואה גינאה החדשה (Hebrew), Papua Guinea Baru (Indonesian variant), Papua Guinea Nuadh (Scots Gaelic), Papua Naujoji Gvinėja (Lithuanian), Papua-Neuguinea (German), Papua New Guinea (Acehnese, Bislama, Malay), Papua Niugini (Indonesian variant, Tok Pisin), Pāpuā Niw Kinī - ปาปัวนิวกินี (Thai), Papua Noua Guinee (Romanian), Papua-Nova Guiné (Portuguese), Papua-Nová Guinea (Czech, Slovak), Papua Nova Gvineja - Папуа Нова Гвинеја (Serbian), Papua Nova Gvineja (Slovene), Papua Nova Gvineya - Папуа Нова Гвинея (Bulgarian, Ukrainian), Papua-Novaia Gvinėia - Папуа-Новая Ґвінэя (Belarusian), Papua-Novaya Gvineya - Папуа-Новая Гвинея (Russian), Papua-Nowa Gwinea (Polish), Papúa Nueva Guinea (Asturian, Spanish), Papua Nugini (Indonesian), Papua-Nuova Guinea (Italian), Papua Nutaaq Guinia (Inuktitut), Papua Nya Guinea (Swedish), Papua Ny Guinea (Danish), Papua Nýguinea (Faroese), Papua Ny-Guinea (Norwegian), Papuanyugini / P'ap'uanyugini - 파푸아뉴기니 (Korean), Papua Nyūginia - パプアニューギニア (Japanese), Papuásia-Nova Guiné (Portuguese variant), Papua Sin Guinea (Min Nan), Pápua Új-Guinea (Hungarian), Papua-Uusi-Guinea (Finnish), Papuwa Bagong Guniya (Filipino/Tagalog), Papua Yeni Qvineya (Azeri), Papua y Nueva Guinea (Aragonese), Papuo-Nov-Gvineo (Esperanto), Pāpuẏā Niugini - পাপুয়া নিউগিনি (Bengali), Papwa Gini Newydd (Welsh),பப்புவா நியூ கினி(Tamil), Papwa Gwinea Ġdida (Maltese)
Paraguay Bālāguī - 巴拉圭 (Mandarin Chinese), Paragoayi (Franco-Provençal), Paragouái - Παραγουάη (Greek), Paraguai (Aragonese, Inuktitut, Portuguese, Romansh, Scots Gaelic), Paraguái (Guarani), Paraguai - パラグアイ (Japanese), Paraguay (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Asturian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish), Paragvaĭ - Параґвай (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Paragvaj - Парагвај (Serbian, Slovene), Paragvajo (Esperanto), Paragvajus (Lithuanian), Paragvay - Парагвай (Bulgarian, Russian), Paragvæ (Icelandic), Paragwai - פאראגוואי (Hebrew), Paragwai / P'aragwai - 파라과이 (Korean), Paragwaj (Maltese, Polish), Pārākwây - ปารากวัย (Thai), Paraqvay (Azeri), Parawayi (Aymara, Quechua), Paregwai (Welsh), Pyārāguẏe - প্যারাগুয়ে (Bengali),பராகுவே(Tamil)
Persia See Iran ,Persia is former name of Iran.
Peru Bìlǔ - 秘魯/秘鲁 (Mandarin Chinese), Perou (Breton), Pèrou (Franco-Provençal), Pérou (French), Peroú - Περού (Greek), Pèru (Acehnese), Peru (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Austro-Bavarian, Azeri, Bislama, Bosnian, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Chavacano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Malay, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Turkish), Perú (Aragonese, Asturian, Catalan, Faroese, Icelandic, Min Nan, Spanish), Pėru - Пэру (Belarusian), Peru - পেরু (Bengali), Peru - Перу (Bulgarian, Chuvash, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Perũ (Guarani), Peru - פרו (Hebrew), Perù (Italian, Maltese), Perū - ペルー (Japanese), Peru / P'eru - 페루 (Korean), Pērū - เปรู (Thai), Pe-ru - པེ་རུ། (Tibetan), Peruo (Esperanto), Peruu (Estonian, Võro), Perw (Welsh), Piruu (Inuktitut), Piruw (Aymara, Quechua),பெரு(Tamil)
Philippines Fēilǜbīn - 菲律賓/菲律宾 (Mandarin Chinese), Felipines (Franco-Provençal), y Ffilipin (Welsh), Filibīn - فلبين (Arabic), Filipaina (Samoan), Filipiene (Limburgish), Filipiinid (Estonian), Filipiiniq (Võro), Filipijnen (Dutch), Fîlîpîn (Kurdish), Filipina (Acehnese, Banyumasan, Indonesian, Malay), Filipinai (Lithuanian), Filipinak (Basque), Filipinas (Aragonese, Central Bikolano, Chavacano, Ilocano, Pampangan, Pangasinan, Portuguese, Spanish), Filīpinas (Latvian), Filipine (Romanian), Filipinen (Frisian), Filipines (Asturian, Catalan), Filipinet (Albanian), Filipini (Croatian, Slovene), Filipini - Филипини (Bulgarian, Serbian), Filipinim - פיליפינים (Hebrew), Filipinler (Turkish), Filipinoj (Esperanto), Filipiny - Філіпіны (Belarusian), Filipíny (Czech, Slovak), Filipiny (Polish), Filipiny - Філіпіни (Ukrainian), na h-Eileanan Filipineach or na Filipìonan (Scots Gaelic variant), Filippiinit (Finnish), Filippin (Azeri), Filippinane (Norwegian - Nynorsk), Filippine (Italian), Filippinene (Norwegian - Bokmål), Filippinerna (Swedish), Filippinerne (Danish), Filippínes - Φιλιππίνες (Greek), Filippini (Maltese), Filippint - ฟิลิปปินส์ (Thai), Filippiny - Филиппины (Russian), Filippiny - Філіппіни (Ukrainian), Filippseyjar (Icelandic), Filippyne (Afrikaans), Filipsoyggjar (Faroese), Firipin - フィリピン (Japanese), Fülöp-szigetek (Hungarian), Hui-li̍p-pin (Min Nan), Philipāina - ফিলিপাইন (Assamese, Bengali), Philipāīns - फिलिपाईन्स (Marathi), Philipina (Indonesian variant), Philippinae (Latin), Philippine (Alemannic), Philippinen (German, Luxembourgish), Philippines (French, Vietnamese), Phi Luật Tân (Vietnamese variant), Pilipinas (Cebuano, Filipino/Tagalog, Waray-Waray, Welsh), Pilipinebi - ფილიპინები (Georgian), Pilippinisi (Inuktitut), Pillipin / P'illip'in - 필리핀 (Korean), Filipine (Romanian) பிலிப்பைன்ஸ் (Tamil)
Pitcairn Islands Eilean Bhaile a' Chùirn (Scots Gaelic), Isole Pitcairn (Italian), Iyey Peetkern - איי פיטקרן (Hebrew), Kepulauan Pitcairn (Indonesian), Moo Koa Pitcairn - หมู่เกาะพิตแคร์น (Thai), Nísi Pítkern - Νήσοι Πίτκαιρν (Greek), Ostrovy Pitkern - Острови Піткерн (Ukrainian), Ostrva Pitkern - Острва Питкерн (Serbian), Pitcairn (Estonian, Finnish, Polish variant, Portuguese), Pitcairnovy ostrovy (Czech), Pítèkǎiēn qúndǎo - 皮特凯恩群岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Pitkeeon Jedo / P'itk'eŏn Chedo - 핏케언 제도 (Korean), Pitkerno salos (Lithuanian), Pitokean Shotō - ピトケアン諸島 (Japanese), Pitsuin Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Wyspy Pitcairn (Polish),பிட்கன் தீவுகள் (Tamil)
Poland Ba Lan (Vietnamese), Bōlán - 波蘭/波兰 (Mandarin Chinese), Būlandā - بولندا (Arabic), Gwlad Pwyl (Welsh), Lehastan - Լեհաստան (Armenian), Lengyelország (Hungarian), Lenkija (Lithuanian), an Pholainn (Irish), a' Phòlainn (Scots Gaelic), Poalen (Frisian), Poland (Malay), Polandia (Indonesian), Pōlǣn - โปแลนด์ (Thai), Pole (Afrikaans), Polen (Danish, Dutch, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Polija (Latvian), Polin - פולין (Hebrew), Poljska (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Poljska - Пољска (Serbian), Pólland (Faroese, Icelandic), Pollandeu / P'ollandŭ - 폴란드 (Korean), Pollando (Esperanto), Pologna (Romansh), Pologne (French), Poloneti - პოლონეთი (Georgian), Polonia (Basque, Italian, Latin, Romanian, Spanish), Polonía - Πολωνία (Greek), Polónia (Portuguese), Polònia (Catalan), Polônia (Brazilian Portuguese), Polonja (Maltese), Polonya (Filipino, Tagalog, Turkish), Polşa or Ləhistan (Azeri), Pol'šča - Польшча (Belarusian), Pol'ŝča - Польща (Ukrainian), Polsha - Полша (Bulgarian), Pol'sha - Польша (Russian), Polska (Lower Sorbian, Polish), Polsko (Czech), Poľsko (Slovak), Poola (Estonian, Võro), Pōrando - ポーランド (Japanese), Poyln - פּױלן (Yiddish), Puola (Finnish), Puulanti (Inuktitut),போலந்து (Tamil)
Portugal Burtughāl - برتغال (Arabic), Bồ Đào Nha (Vietnamese), Lusitania (Latin variant), Pertual (Mirandese), a' Phortagail (Scots Gaelic), an Phortaingéil (Irish), Pōntukēt - โปรตุเกส (Thai), Poreutugal / P'orŭt'ugal - 포르투갈 (Korean), Portekiz (Turkish), Portiwgal (Welsh), Portogalía - Πορτογαλία (Greek), Portogallo (Italian), Portugal (Afrikaans, Armenian, Basque, Catalan, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, French, German, Indonesian, Low Saxon, Malay, Portuguese, Romansh, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Swedish, Võro), Portugal - פורטוגל (Hebrew), Portúgal (Icelandic), Portugal - Португал or Portugalija - Португалија (Serbian), Portugal - פּאָרטוגאַל (Yiddish), Portugāle (Latvian), Portugali (Finnish), Portugalia (Polish, Romanian), Portugália (Hungarian), Portugalija (Lithuanian), Portugalio (Esperanto), Portugaliya - Португалия (Bulgarian, Russian), Portugall (Maltese), Portugallia (Latin), Portugalska (Lower Sorbian, Slovene), Portugalsko (Czech, Slovak), Portugis (former Indonesian), Porutogaru - ポルトガル (Japanese), Púguó - 葡國/葡国 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Purtagāl - पुर्तगाल (Hindi), Purutugali (Inuktitut), Portuhaliya - Португалія (Ukrainian), Pútáoyá - 葡萄牙 (Mandarin Chinese),போர்த்துக்கல் (Tamil)
Principality of Monaco Furstendömet Monaco (Swedish), Fürstentum Monaco (German), Fyrstedømmet Monaco (Danish, Norwegian), Kerajaan Monako (Indonesian), Kneževina Monako - Кнежевина Монако (Serbian), Kneževina Monako (Slovene), Knyazhestvo Monako - Княжество Монако (Bulgarian, Russian), Knyazivstvo Monako - Князівство Монако (Ukrainian), Księstwo Monako (Polish), Monacké kniežatstvo (Slovak), Monacké knížectví (Czech), Monacói Hercegség (Hungarian), Monaco (Polish variant), Monacon ruhtinaskunta (Finnish), Monaco Vürstiriik (Estonian), Mónàgē Dàgōngguó - 摩納哥大公國/摩纳哥大公国 (Mandarin Chinese), Monaka Princlando (Esperanto), Monako (Faroese, Polish variant), Monako - מונקו (Hebrew), Monako Gongguk / Monak'o Kongguk - 모나코 공국 (Korean), Monako kunigaikštystė (Lithuanian), Monako Prensliği (Turkish), Monako Taikōkoku - モナコ大公国 (Japanese), Munaku (Inuktitut), Prigkipáto tu Monakó - Πριγκηπάτο του Μονακό (Greek), Principado de Mónaco (Spanish), Principado de Mônaco (Brazilian Portuguese), Principado do Mónaco (Portuguese), Prinċipalità ta' Monako (Maltese), Principato di Monaco (Italian), Principatul Monaco (Romanian), Principauté de Monaco (French), Prinsdom Monaco (Dutch), Rajcharat Mōnākō - ราชรัฐโมนาโก (Thai), Tywysogaeth Monaco (Welsh), Principatul Monaco (Romanian), Prionnsachd Mhonaco (Scots Gaelic),மொனாக்கோ முதன்மை (Tamil)
Puerto Rico Bōduō Lígè - 波多黎各 (Mandarin Chinese), Perto Rico - เปอร์โตริโก (Thai), Porto Rico (Indonesian alternate, Italian, Portuguese), Porto Riko (Maltese, Turkish), Portoriko (Czech), Portoriko - Порторико (Serbian), Portoryko (Polish), Puereutoriko / P'uerŭt'orik'o - 푸에르토리코 (Korean), Puerto Rico (Estonian, Finnish, Polish variant, Scots Gaelic, Spanish), Puerto Rikas (Lithuanian), Puerto Riko - Пуерто Рико (Bulgarian), Puerto Riko (Faroese, Indonesian), Puérto Ríko - Πουέρτο Ρίκο (Greek), Puerto-riko - פוארטו ריקו (Hebrew), Puerutoriko - プエルトリコ (Japanese), Puerto Ryko - Пуерто-Рико (Ukrainian), Puirutu Riku (Inuktitut),புவேர்ட்டோ ரிக்கோ (Tamil)

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