List of country names in various languages (A–C)

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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 offer 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:


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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Afghanistan

Æfganisthanaya - ඇෆ්ගනිස්ථානය (Sinhala), Afeganistão (Portuguese), Afghanistan (Welsh), An Afganastáin (Irish), Afganastan (Scots Gaelic), Afgania (Latin), Afganio or Afganujo (Esperanto), Afganistan (Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish, Võro), Afganistanen (Basque), Afghanistán (Galician, Spanish), Afganistán - Αφγανιστάν (Greek), Afgānistān - अफ़गानिस्तान (Hindi), Afganisztán (Hungarian), Afgansuyu (Quechua), Afghanestan - افغانستان (Dari-Persian, Pashtu, Urdu), Afghanistan (Afrikaans, Breton, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Icelandic, Indonesian, Interlingua, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish), Afghanistan - Афганистан (Bulgarian, Russian), Afghanistan - Афганістан (Ukrainian), Afghanistan - ஆப்கானிஸ்தான் (Tamil), Afghanistan - אפגניסטן (Hebrew), Afghánistán (Czech), Afghānistān - అఫ్ఘనిస్తాన్ (Telugu), Afganistāna (Latvian), Afganistanas (Lithuanian), Afganistani (Albanian), Afghanstan - Աֆղանստան (Armenian), Afkanitsathan - อัฟกานิสถาน (Thai), Afuganisutan - アフガニスタン (Japanese), Āfùhàn - 阿富汗 (Mandarin Chinese), Apeuganiseutan / Ap'ŭganisŭt'an - 아프가니스탄 (Korean), Afgānistān - আফগানিস্তান (Bengali), Aphgānistān - અફગાનિસ્તાન (Gujarati), Apuganisutan - ᐊᐳᒐᓂᓱᑕᓐ (Inuktitut), Aŭhanistan - Аўганістан (Belarusian), Avganistan - Авганистан (Serbian, Macedonian), Avghaneti - ავღანეთი (Georgian and Mengrelian), Gāndhāra (Sanskrit), Əfqanıstan (Azeri), A Phú Hãn (Vietnamese), l-Afghanistan (Maltese), ʾAfḡānistān أفغانستان (Arabic)

Åland Islands Ahvenamaa (Estonian), Ahvenanmaa (Finnish), Áland (Faroese), Åland (Swedish, Turkish), Alanda (Portuguese), Aland adaları (Azeri), Åland-eilande (Afrikaans), Åland-eilanden (Dutch), Åland-Inseln (German), Åland Kûn-tó (Min Nan), Alandis kundzulebi - ალანდის კუნძულები (Georgian), Ålandish Kokefi - ალანდიშ კოკეფი (Mengrelian), Álandseyjar (Icelandic), Ålandska ostrva (Bosnian), Alands'ki ostrovy - Аландські острови (Ukrainian), Ålandsko otočje (Slovene), Ālandu salas (Latvian), Alandų salos (Lithuanian), Ålandy (Czech), Alandy (Slovak), Aliandzkiia vyspy - Аляндзкія выспы (Belarusian), Àolán - 奥兰 (Mandarin Chinese), Aulanti Qikiqtat - ᐊᐅᓚᓐᑎ ᕿᑭᖅᑕᑦ (Inuktitut), Eileanan Àland (Scots Gaelic), il-Gżejjer Aland (Maltese) Iles d’Åland (Franco-Provençal), Illes Åland (Catalan), Inizi Åland (Breton), Islas Åland (Aragonese, Spanish), Isllas d'Åland (Asturian), Isole Åland (Italian), Iyey Olland - איי אולנד (Hebrew), Kepulauan Aland (Indonesian, Malay), Muko Olan - หมู่เกาะโอลันด์ (Thai), Oland - Оланд (Macedonian), Oland Divayin - ඕලන්ඩ් දිවයින් (Sinhala), Olandska ostrva - Оландска острва (Serbian), Olandski ostrovi - Оландски острови (Bulgarian, Macedonian alternate), Ollandeu Jedo / Ollandǔ Chedo - 올란드 제도 (Korean), Ōrando Shotō - オーランド諸島 (Japanese), Pulo-pulo Aland (Acehnese), Wyspy Alandzkie (Polish), ஆலந்து தீவுகள் (Tamil), جزائر ایلانڈ (Urdu), Oland Deeppunjo - অলান্দ দ্বীপপুঞ্জ (Bengali)
Albania Ælbeniyawa - ඇල්බේනියාව (Sinhala), Aeobenia - แอลเบเนีย (Thai), Ā'ěrbāníyà - 阿爾巴尼亞 / 阿尔巴尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Albaania (Estonian, Võro), Albaanje (West Frisian), An Albáin (Irish), Albàinia (Scots Gaelic), Albaneti - ალბანეთი (Georgian and Mengrelian), Albani (Cornish, Haitian Creole), Ālbāni - آلبانی (Persian), Albania (Acehnese, Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Faroese, Finnish, Galician, Icelandic, Ido, Indonesian, Interlingua, Italian, Latin, Malagasy, Malay, Nauruan, Occitan, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Welsh), Albania - Ալբանիա (Armenian), Albania - 알바니아 (Korean), Albanía (Icelandic), Albània (Catalan), Albánia (Hungarian, Northern Sami), Albânia (Portuguese), Albanie (Alemannic, Franco-Provençal, French, Friulian), Albanië (Afrikaans, Dutch, Limburgian), Albánie (Czech), Albanien (Alemannic, Austro-Bavarian, Danish, German, Low Saxon, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Swedish), Albanii (Aromanian variant), Albanija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Albanija - Албанија (Macedonian, Serbian), Albānija (Latvian), Albanio or Albanujo (Esperanto), Albāniyā - ألبانيا (Arabic), Albaniya (Azeri), Albaniya - Альбанія (Belarusian), Albaniya - Албания (Bulgarian, Russian, Udmurt), Albaniya - אלבניה (Hebrew), Albāniyā - البانيا (Pashto, Urdu), Albaniya - Албанія (Ukrainian), Albaniye - ئالبانىيە (Uyghur), Albańska (Lower Sorbian), Albánsko (Slovak), Albanya (Central Bikolano, Filipino/Tagalog, Kurdish, Quechua), Albeniya - আলবেনিয়া (Bengali), Albeniyā - અલ્બેનિયા (Gujarati), Albāniyā - अल्बानिया (Hindi, Marathi), Albēniyā - అల్బేనియా (Telugu), Alpania - Ալբանիա (Western Armenian), Alupania - ᐊᓗᐸᓂᐊ (Inuktitut), Alvanía - Αλβανία (Greek), Arbinishia (Aromanian), Arnavût (Kurdish variant), Arnavutluk (Turkish), Arnewidistan (Kurdish variant), Arubania - アルバニア (Japanese), Avaña (Guaraní), Elbanya (Kurdish variant), Elbaniya (Kurdish variant), l-Albanija (Maltese), Lalbanän (Volapük), Shkiperiya (Romani), Shqipëria (Albanian, Min Nan), Shqipërija (Tosk), Shqipnija (Gheg), Šiptarska - Шиптарска or Šiptarija - Шиптарија (informal names in Macedonian and Serbian), அல்பேனியா (Tamil)
Algeria Æljiriyawa - ඇල්ජීරියාව (Sinhala), Aeochiria - แอลจีเรีย (Thai), Ā'ěrjílìyà - 阿爾及利亞 / 阿尔及利亚 (Chinese), Aildiria (Scots Gaelic), Aldjereye (Walloon), al-Ĝazā'ir - الجزائر (Arabic, Urdu), Algeria (Faroese, Finnish, Italian, Latin, Malay, Romanian, Welsh), Algèria (Catalan), Algéria (Hungarian), Algería - Αλγερία (Greek), Algerië (Afrikaans, Dutch alternate), Algérie (French), Algerien (German), Algeriet (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish), l-Alġerija (Maltese), Algerije (Dutch), Alĝerio (Esperanto), Algerium (Latin alternate), Algieria (Polish), Alzhir - Ալժիր (Armenian), Algjeria (Albanian), Alhirya (Quechua), Aljazair (Indonesian), Aljeri - 알제리 (Korean), Aljeria (Breton), Aljiri - ალჟირი (Georgian and Mengrelian), Aljiriya - אלג׳יריה (Hebrew), Aljīriyā - అల్జీరియా (Telugu), Alseeriä (Võro), Alsír (Icelandic), Alujiria - ᐊᓗᔨᕆᐊ (Inuktitut), Alxeria (Galician), Alžeeria (Estonian), Alžir (Bosnian, Croatian), Alžir - Алжир (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Alžirija (Slovene), Alžīrija (Latvian), Alžírsko (Czech, Slovak), Alžyr - Альжыр (Belarusian), Alžyras (Lithuanian), an Ailgéir (Irish), Argelia (Spanish), Argélia (Portuguese), Arjelia (Basque), Arujeria - アルジェリア (Japanese), Arxelia (Asturian), Cezayir (Turkish), Əlcəzair (Azeri), Aljeriya আলজেরিয়া (Bengali), Algeeriyaa - अल्जीरिया (Hindi), அல்ஜீரியா (Tamil), Alziriya আলজিরিয়া (Sylheti)
American Samoa Ameerika Samoa (Estonian), Americká Samoa (Czech, Slovak), Američka Samoa (Croatian), Američka Samoa - Америчка Самоа (Serbian), Amerikaans-Samoa (Dutch), Amerikai Szamoa (Hungarian), Amerikanisch-Samoa (German), Amerikan Samoa / Amerik'an Samoa - 아메리칸 사모아 (Korean), Amerikan Samoa (Finnish), Amerikanu Samoa - ඇමරිකානු සැමෝවා (Sinhala), Amerikis Samoa - ამერიკის სამოა (Georgian), Amerikash Samoa - ამერიკაშ სამოა (Mengrelian), Amerikan Samoası (Turkish), Amerikan Samua - อเมริกันซามัว (Thai), Amerikāņu Samoa (Latvian), Amerikos Samoa (Lithuanian), Amerika-ryō Samoa - アメリカ領サモア (Japanese), Amerikyan Samoa - Ամերիկյան Սամոա (Armenian), Ameriška Samoa (Slovene), Amirika Samwa (Quechua), Amirikan Samua (Inuktitut), Amerikanska Samoa - Американска Самоа (Bulgarian, Macedonian), Ida-Samoa (Estonian variant), Istočna Samoa - Источна Самоа (Macedonian alternate), Měishǔ Sāmōyà - 美属萨摩亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Samoa Americana (Portuguese, Spanish), Samoa Amerika (Indonesian, Malay), Samoa Amerykańskie (Polish), Samoa Americană (Romanian), is-Samoa Amerikana (Maltese), Samoa Amerikane (Albanian), Samoa Ha'Amerikanit - סמואה האמריקנית (Hebrew), Samotha na h-Aimeireaga (Scots Gaelic), Skhidne Samoa - Східне Самоа (Ukrainian), अमेरिकी समोआ (Hindi), அமெரிக்க சமோவா(Tamil), امریکی سمووا (Urdu), Markin Shamoa - মার্কিন সামোয়া (Bengali), Emerikan Samowa - এমেরিকান ছামোয়া (Sylheti)
Andorra Ændorawa - ඇන්ඩෝරාව (Sinhala), Aṃḍorā - અંડોરા (Gujarati), Āndào'ěr - 安道爾 / 安道尔 (Mandarin Chinese), Andora (Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Indonesian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Slovene, Turkish, Welsh), Andora - Андора (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian), Andora - ანდორა (Georgian), Andora - אנדורה (Hebrew), Andora - ანდორა (Georgian and Mengrelian), Andora - アンドラ (Japanese), Andora - 안도라 (Korean), Andora - อันดอร์รา (Thai), Andóra (Irish), Anḍorā - अन्डोरा (Hindi, Marathi), Anḍōrā - అండోరా (Telugu), Andoro (Esperanto), Andorra (Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Latin, Low Saxon, Maltese, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Võro), Andorra - Անդորա (Armenian), Andorra - Андорра (Russian, Ukrainian), Andórra - Ανδόρρα (Greek), Andorre (French), Andurra (Quechua), Anturra / Antuqqa (Inuktitut), Enḍorā - এন্ডোরা (Bengali), அன்டோரா (Tamil) انڈورا(Urdu)
Angola Aengkola - แองโกลา (Thai), Ængolawa - ඇන්ගෝලාව (Sinhala), Ān'gēlā - 安哥拉 (Mandarin Chinese), Angkóla - Ανγκόλα (Greek), Angola (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Bambara, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Ăngola - አንጎላ (Amharic), Angola - Ангола (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Angola - ანგოლა (Georgian and Mengrelian), Angola - אנגולה (Hebrew), Angōlā - అంగోలా (Telugu), Angola - Անգոլա (Armenian), Anggolla - 앙골라 (Korean), Angolo (Esperanto), Angora - アンゴラ (Japanese), Anġūlā - أنغولا (Arabic), Angula (Inuktitut, Quechua), Anqola (Azeri), Eṅgolā - এঙ্গোলা (Bengali), l-Angola (Maltese), அங்கோலா (Tamil) انگولا(Urdu)
Anguilla Aenggwilla - 앵귈라 (Korean), Aengkwinla - แองกวิลลา (Thai), Ænguliyawa - ඇන්ගුලියාව (Sinhala), Angila (Basque), Angilja - Ангилја (Macedonian), Angil'ia - Ангілья (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Angilija (Lithuanian), Angilja (Latvian), Angilya (Azeri), Angira - アンギラ (Japanese), Anguila (Aragonese, Galician, Indonesian, Portuguese, Spanish), Anguila - Ангуила (Bulgarian), Anguila - ანგუილა (Georgian and Mengrelian), Anguilha (Portuguese variant), Anguilla (Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Lower Sorbian, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Slovak, Turkish, Welsh), Anguillaq (Inuktitut), Anguillia (Scots Gaelic), Angvila (Croatian), Angvila - Ангвила (Serbian), Angvilla (Icelandic), Angwila - אנגווילה (Hebrew),அங்கியுலா(Tamil), Ankila (Quechua), اینگویلا (Urdu), Enguila - এ্যাঙ্গুইলা (Bengali
Antigua and Barbuda Aentiga Babuda / Aent'iga Pabuda - 앤티가 바부다 (Korean), Æntiguwa ha Barbuda (Sinhala), Aentika Lae Babuda - แอนติกาและบาร์บูดา (Thai), Aintìoga is Barbuda (Scots Gaelic), Āndìguā-Bābùdá - 安地瓜-巴布達 / 安地瓜-巴布达 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Antiga e Barbuda (Portuguese variant), Antiga i Barbuda (Catalan), Antigua o Barbuda

অ্যান্টিগুয়া ও বার্বুডা (Bengali), Antigua a Barbuda (Czech, Slovak), Antigua at Barbuda (Filipino/Tagalog), Antigua Bābūda - アンティグア・バーブーダ (Japanese), Antigua da Barbuda - ანტიგუა და ბარბუდა (Georgian), Antigua do Barbuda - ანტიგუა დო ბარბუდა (Mengrelian), Antigua dan Barbuda (Indonesian, Malay), Antigua e Barbuda (Galician, Italian), Antígua e Barbuda (Portuguese), Antigua en Barbuda (Afrikaans, Dutch), Antigua és Barbuda (Hungarian), Antigua-et-Barbuda (French), Antigua ha Barbuda (Breton), Āntíguā hé Bābùdá - 安提瓜和巴布達 / 安提瓜和巴布达 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Antigua i Barbuda (Polish), Antigua i Barbuda - Антигуа и Барбуда (Bulgarian, Russian), Antigua i Barbuda - Антигуа і Барбуда (Ukrainian), Antigua ja Barbuda (Estonian, Finnish, Võro), Antigualu Paapuuta (Inuktitut), Antigua och Barbuda (Swedish), Antigua og Barbuda (Danish, Faroese, Norwegian), Antigua şi Barbuda (Romanian), Antigua und Barbuda (German), Antigua ve Barbuda (Turkish), Antigua ve'Barbuda - אנטיגואה וברבודה (Hebrew), Antigua y Barbuda (Spanish), Antigva i Barbuda (Bosnian, Croatian), Antigva i Barbuda - Антигва и Барбуда (Macedonian, Serbian), Antigva in Barbuda (Slovene), Antigva ir Barbuda (Lithuanian), Ānṭigvā mariyu Bārbuḍā - ఆంటిగ్వా మరియు బార్బుడా (Telugu), Antigva un Barbuda (Latvian), Antigvo-Barbudo (Esperanto), Antigua u Barbuda (Maltese), Āṉṭikuvā maṟṟum pārpuṭā - ஆன்டிகுவாவும் பார்புடாவும் (Tamil), Antiwa Barbudawan (Quechua), Antyhua i Barbuda - Антыгуа і Барбуда (Belarusian), Eṃṭiguvā ane Barbuḍā - એંટિગુવા અને બર્બુડા (Gujarati), Enṭiguvā āṇi Barbūḍā - एन्टिगुवा आणि बर्बूडा (Marathi), Enṭiguvā aur Barbuḍā - एन्टिगुवा और बर्बुडा (Hindi), اینٹیگوا و بار بوڈا(Urdu), Entigua ar Barbuda এন্টিগোয়া আর বার্বুডা (Bengali)

Argentina Á Căn Đình / Ác-hen-ti-na (Vietnamese), Achentina - อาร์เจนตินา (Thai), Āgēntǐng - 阿根廷 (Chinese), An Airgintín - (Irish), Arc'hantina (Breton), Areuhentina / Arŭhent'ina - 아르헨티나 (Korean), an Argantain (Scots Gaelic), Argentiina (Estonian alternate, Finnish), Argentina (Azeri, Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Estonian, Faroese, Guaraní, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansh, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Võro), Argentina - არგენტინა (Georgian and Mengrelian), Argentina - ארגנטינה (Hebrew), Argentina - Аргентина (Macedonian, Russian, Serbian), Argentina - Արգենտինա (Armenian), Argentína (Hungarian, Slovak), Argentīna (Latvian), l-Arġentina (Maltese), Argentine (French), Argentine - אַרגענטינע (Yiddish), Argentiní - Aργεντινή (Greek), Argentinië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Argentinien (German), Argentino (Esperanto), Argentinska (Lower Sorbian), Argentyna (Polish), Argjentina (Albanian), Arhentina (Filipino/Tagalog), Arhentyna - Аргэнтына (Belarusian), Arhentyna - Аргентина (Ukrainian), Arhintina (Quechua), yr Ariannin (Welsh), Ārjaṃṭinā - આર્જંટિના (Gujarati), Arjantin (Turkish), Ārjanṭinā - आर्जन्टिना (Hindi, Marathi), Arjantinawa - ආර්ජන්ටිනාව (Sinhala), Arjentina - আর্জেন্টিনা (Bengali), Arjenṭīnā - అర్జెంటీనా (Telugu), Arusintina (Inuktitut), Aruzenchin - アルゼンチン (Japanese), Arxentina (Asturian, Galician), Aržentina - Аржентина (Bulgarian), Arzhantin - آرژانتین (Persian), அர்ஜென்டீனா (Tamil) ارجنٹائن(Urdu)
Armenia Airmeinia (Scots Gaelic), Aminia - อาร์มีเนีย (Thai), an Airméin (Irish), Areumenia / Arŭmenia - 아르메니아 (Korean), Armanestân - ارمنستان (Persian), Armeenia (Estonian), Armeeniä (Võro), Armenia (Albanian, Breton, Faroese, Finnish, Galician, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Welsh), Armenía - Αρμενία (Greek), Armênia (Brazilian Portuguese), Armènia (Catalan), Arménia (Portuguese), Armenië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Arménie (Czech, French), Armenien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Armenija (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Armenija - Армэнія (Belarusian), Armenija - Армения (Bulgarian, Russian), Armēnija (Latvian), Armėnija (Lithuanian), Armeniyawa - ආර්මේනියාව (Sinhala), Armenio or Armenujo (Esperanto), Armeniya - ארמניה (Hebrew), Ārmēniyā - ఆర్మేనియా (Telugu), l-Armenja (Maltese), Arménsko (Slovak), Armenye - אַרמעניע (Yiddish), Ārmīniyā - આર્મીનિયા (Gujarati), Ārminiyā - आर्मिनिया (Hindi, Marathi), Arminya (Quechua), Armīnyā - ارمينيا (Arabic, Urdu), Arumenia - アルメニア (Japanese), Aruminia (Inuktitut), Ermenija - Ерменија (Macedonian), Ermenistan (Turkish), Ermənistan (Azeri), Hayastan - Հայաստան (Armenian), Jermenija - Јерменија (Serbian), Örményország (Hungarian), Sasomkheti - სასომხეთი (Georgian variant), Somkheti - სომხეთი (Georgian and Mengrelian), Virmenija - Вірменія (Ukrainian), Yàměiníyà - 亚美尼亚 / 亞美尼亞 (Mandarin Chinese), ஆர்மீனியா(Tamil), Armeniya - আরমেনিয়া (Bengali), Arminiya - আরমিনিয়া (Sylheti)
Aruba Æruba - ඇරුබා (Sinhala), Aruba (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Azeri, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Maltese, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Quechua, Slovak, Spanish, Turkish, Welsh), Arùba (Scots Gaelic), Aruba - Արուբա (Armenian), Aruba - Аруба (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Chuvash, Macedonian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Aruba - არუბა (Georgian and Mengrelian), Aruba - ארובה (Hebrew), Aruba - アルバ (Japanese), Aruba - 아루바 (Korean), Aruba - อารูบา (Thai), Arûba (West Frisian), Arupa (Inuktitut)அரூபா (Tamil) اروبا(Urdu), Aruba - আরুবা (Bengali), Eruba - এরুবা (Sylheti)
Australia Afstralía - Aυστραλία (Greek), An Astráil (Irish), Àodàlìyà - 澳大利亞 / 澳大利亚 (Mandarin Chinese; informal: Àozhōu - 澳洲), Aostralia (Breton), Astràilia (Scots Gaelic), Ástralía (Icelandic), Oshṭreliya - অস্ট্রেলিয়া (Bengali), Āsṭrēliyā - ఆస్ట్రేలియా (Telugu), Āsṫreliyā - اسٹریلیا (Urdu), Austraalia (Estonian, Võro), Austhireliya - ஆஸ்திரேலியா, (Tamil), Australia (Albanian, Finnish, Galician, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Polish, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish), Austràlia (Catalan), Austrália (Portuguese, Slovak), Australie (French), Australië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Austrálie (Czech), Australien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Australija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian), Australija - Аустралија (Serbian), Austrālija (Latvian), Aŭstralija - Аўстралія (Belarusian), Aŭstralio (Esperanto), Ausuturalia (Inuktitut), Ausztrália (Hungarian), Avstralia - Ավստրալիա (Armenian), Avstralia (Faroese), Avstralia - ავსტრალია (Georgian and Mengrelian), Avstralija (Slovene), Avstralija - Австралия (Bulgarian, Russian), Avstralija - Австралија (Macedonian), Avstraliya - Австралія (Ukrainian), Avustralya (Turkish), Awstralia (Welsh), l-Awstralja (Maltese), Awstralska (Lower Sorbian), Awstralya (Filipino/Tagalog, Quechua), Gōshū - 豪州 (former Japanese), Hoju - 호주 (former Korean), Oseuteureillia / Osŭt'ŭreillia - 오스트레일리아 (Korean), Ostraliya - אוסטרליה (Hebrew), Ostrelia - ออสเตรเลีย (Thai), Osṭreliyā - ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયા (Gujarati), Osṭreliyā - ओस्ट्रेलिया (Hindi, Marathi), Ostreliyawa - ඕස්ට්රේලියාව (Sinhala), Ōsutoraria - オーストラリア (Japanese), Oystralye - אױסטראַליע (Yiddish), Úc (Vietnamese), Astreliya - আস্ট্রেলিয়া (Sylheti)
Austria Afstría - Αυστρία (Greek), An Ostair (Irish, Scots Gaelic), Áo (Vietnamese), Àodìlì - 奧地利/奥地利 (Mandarin Chinese), Àoguó - 奧國 / 奥国 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Aostria (Breton), Oshtriya - অস্ট্রিয়া (Bengali), Āsṭriyā - ఆస్ట్రియా (Telugu), Āsṫriyā - اسٹریا (Urdu), Austri (Albanian), Austria (Basque, Estonian, Galician, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Leonese, Polish, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish, Võro), Àustria (Catalan), Áustria (Portuguese), Austrija (Bosnian, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian), Austrija - Аустрија (Serbian), Aŭstrio or Aŭstrujo (Esperanto), Aŭstryja - Аўстрыя (Belarusian), Austurríki (Icelandic), Ausuturia (Inuktitut), Ausztria (Hungarian), Autriche (French), Avstria - Ավստրիա (Armenian), Avstria - ავსტრია (Georgian and Mengrelian), Avstrija (Slovene), Avstrija - Австрия (Bulgarian, Russian), Avstrija - Австрија (Macedonian), Avstriya - Австрія (Ukrainian), Avusturya (Turkish), Awstiriya (Quechua), Awstria (Welsh), l-Awstrija (Maltese), Awstriska (Lower Sorbian), Eastenryk (Frisian), Estraykh - עסטרײַך (Yiddish), Eysturríki (Faroese), Itävalta (Finnish), Nimsā - النمسا (Arabic), Oostenrijk (Dutch), Oostenryk (Afrikaans), Öösterriek (Low Saxon), Oseuteuria / Osŭt'ŭria - 오스트리아 (Korean), Österreich (German), Østerrike (Norwegian), Österrike (Swedish), Ostria - ออสเตรีย (Thai), Østrig (Danish), Osṭriyā - ઓસ્ટ્રિયા (Gujarati), Ostriya - אוסטריה (Hebrew), Osṭriyā - ओस्ट्रिया (Hindi, Marathi), Ostriyawa - ඔස්ට්රියාව (Sinhala), Ōsutoria - オーストリア or Ōsutorī - オーストリー (Japanese), Otrish - اتریش (Persian), Rakousko (Czech), Rakúsko (Slovak), Rakuzy (former Polish),ஆஸ்திரியா (Tamil), Astria - আস্ট্রিয়া (Sylheti)
Azerbaijan Acerbaixán (Galician), Adrbejan - Ադրբեջան (Armenian), Ajarbaijān - అజర్బైజాన్ (Telugu), Ajarbeyjān - અજરબેયજાન (Gujarati), Ajerbaijan - আজেরবাইজান (Bengali), Ajereubaijan / Ajerŭbaijan - 아제르바이잔 (Korean), Āsàibàijiāng - 阿塞拜疆 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Asarbaideàn (Scots Gaelic), an Asarbaiseáin (Irish), Asarbayijan - අසර්බයිජාන් (Sinhala), Asarsuyu (Quechua), Aserbaidschan (German), Aserbaidžaan (Estonian), Aserbaijan (Welsh), Aserbajdsjan (Danish, Norwegian), Asirupaijan (Inuktitut), Asoebaichan - อาเซอร์ไบจาน (Thai), Asõrbaidsaan (Võro), Azarbeyjān - अज़रबेयजान (Hindi, Marathi), Azerbaidjan (Breton, Catalan, Romanian), Azerbaïdjan (French), Azerbaidžan (Finnish), Azerbaidžāna (Latvian), Azerbaidžanas (Lithuanian), Azerbaidzania (Latin), Azerbaigian (Italian), Azerbaijan (Guaraní, Indonesian), Azerbaijan - אזרבייג'ן (Hebrew), Azerbai'zhan - אזרבייז'אן (Hebrew variant), Azerbaijani - აზერბაიჯანი (Georgian and Mengrelian), Azerbaijão (Portuguese), Azerbaiyán (Spanish), Azerbajdžan (Croatian, Slovak, Slovene), Ázerbájdžán (Czech), Azerbajdžan - Азэрбайджан (Belarusian), Azerbajdžan - Азербайджан (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Azerbajdzjan (Swedish), Azerbajdzsán (Hungarian), l-Ażerbajġan (Maltese), Azerbajĝano (Esperanto), Azerbajgjani (Albanian), Azerbaycan (Turkish), Azerbeidzjan (Afrikaans, Dutch), Azerbeijão (Portuguese alternate), Azerbejdžan (Bosnian), Azerbejdžan - Азербејџан (Macedonian, Serbian), Azerbejdżan (Polish), Azermpaïtzán - Αζερμπαϊτζάν (Greek), Azerubaijan - アゼルバイジャン (Japanese), Azərbaycan (Azeri), Yàsàibàirán - 亞塞拜然 / 亚塞拜然 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan),அசர்பைஜான் (Tamil) آذربائیجان(Urdu)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Bahamas Baamas (Portuguese), Bachámes - Μπαχάμες (Greek), Bagamy or Bahamy - Багамы (Russian), Baham adaları (Azeri), Bahama - Բահամա (Armenian), Bāhāmā - বাহামা (Bengali), Bahama (Estonian, Indonesian, Swahili, Turkish, Võro), Bahama or Bahamasaaret (Finnish), Bahama saared (Estonian alternate), Bāhāmǎ - 巴哈馬 / 巴哈马 (Mandarin Chinese), Bahama - בהאמה (Hebrew), Bahama - バハマ (Japanese), Bahama / Pahama - 바하마 (Korean), Bahamakuna (Quechua), Bahamas (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Aromanian, Breton, Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Danish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Interlingua, Italian, Malaym Min Nan, Norwegian, Portuguese alternate, Spanish, Swedish, Romanian), Bahamas - බහමාස් (Sinhala), Bahama's (Dutch), il-Bahamas (Maltese), na Bahàmas (Scots Gaelic), Bahamās - బహమాస్ (Telugu), Bahamas - บาฮามาส (Thai), y Bahamas (Welsh), Bahama-szigetek (Hungarian), Bahames (Asturian, Catalan), Bahami (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Bahami - Бахами (Macedonian, Serbian), Bahami - Багами (Ukrainian), Bahamoj (Esperanto), Bahamos (Lithuanian), Bahamski ostrovi - Бахамски острови (Bulgarian, Macedonian alternate), Bahamu salas (Latvian), Bahamy - Багамы (Belarusian), Bahamy (Czech, Polish, Slovak), Insulae Bahamenses (Latin), Pahammasi ,(Inuktitut),பஹாமாஸ்(Tamil)
Bahrain Bachrain (Scots Gaelic), Bachrania (Latin), Bachréin - Μπαχρέιν (Greek), Bachrejn - Бахрэйн (Belarusian), Baharem (Brazilian Portuguese alternate), Baharen - බහරේන් (Sinhala), al-Bahrain - البحرين (Arabic), Bāhrāin - বাহরাইন (Bengali), Bahrain (Breton, Danish, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Swedish, Welsh), Bahrain - બહરૈન (Gujarati), Bahrain - बहरैन (Hindi, Marathi), Bahrain - బహ్రైన్ (Telugu), Bahrain - بحرين (Urdu), Bahrajn (Czech, Polish, Slovak, Slovene), Bahrayn (Quechua), Bahrein (Afrikaans, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Italian, Spanish, Võro, Romanian), Bahrein - Бахреин (Macedonian, Serbian), Bahreina (Latvian), Bahreinas (Lithuanian), Bahreïn (French), Bahrejn - Бахрейн (Russian, Ukrainian), Bahreyn (Turkish), Bahreyn - Бахрейн (Bulgarian), Bakhreyn - בחריין (Hebrew), Bālín - 巴林 (Mandarin Chinese), Barein / Parein - 바레인 (Korean), Barein (Brazilian Portuguese), Bareine (Brazilian Portuguese alternate), Barejno (Esperanto), Barém (European Portuguese), Baren - บาห์เรน (Thai), Bārēn - バーレーン (Japanese), Ba-ren (Vietnamese), Behrein - Բեհրեին (Armenian), Bəhreyn (Azeri), il-Bahrain (Maltese), Paarain (Inuktitut),பஹ்ரைன்(Tamil)
Bangladesh Bangladesh - বাংলাদেশ (Bengali), Bāṃglādeš - બાંગ્લાદેશ (Gujarati), Banggeulladesi / Panggŭlladesi - 방글라데시 (Korean), Bangkalathet - บังกลาเทศ (Thai), Bangklantés - Μπανγκλαντές (Greek), Bangladeche (Portuguese alternate), Bangladais (Scots Gaelic), Bangladeš (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Bangladeš - Бангладеш (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Bangladéš (Czech, Slovak), Banglades (Hungarian), Bangladeş (Turkish), Bangladeša (Latvian), Bangladešas (Lithuanian), Bangladesch (German), Bangladesh - Բանգլադեշ (Armenian), Bangladesh (Breton, Catalan, Estonian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh, Romanian), Bangladesh - בנגלדש (Hebrew), Bānglādesh - बांग्लादेश (Hindi, Marathi), வங்காளதேசம் (Tamil), Banglādēsh - బంగ్లాదేశ్ (Telugu), Bānglādesh - بنگلہ دیش(Urdu), Bangladeshaya - බංග්ලාදේශය (Sinhala), Bangladeshi (Albanian), Bangladesia (Latin), Bangladesj (Afrikaans, Faroese), Bangladeŝo (Esperanto), Bangladesz (Polish), Banguradeshu - バングラデシュ (Japanese), Banhladeš - Бангладэш (Belarusian), Banladish (Quechua), il-Bangladesh (Maltese), Mèngjiālā - 孟加拉 (Mandarin Chinese), Pangilatiisi (Inuktitut)
Barbados Babados - බාබඩෝස් (Sinhala), Bābāduōsī - 巴巴多斯 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Babedos - บาร์เบโดส (Thai), Babeidoseu / Pabeidosŭ - 바베이도스 (Korean), Bābèiduō - 巴貝多 / 巴贝多 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Barbâda (Franco-Provençal), Barbade (French), Barbado (Esperanto), Barbados (Afrikaans Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish), Barbados - Բարբադոս (Armenian), Bārbāḍos - বারবাডোস (Bengali), Barbados - Барбадос (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Barbados - ברבדוס (Hebrew), Bārbadōs - బార్బడోస్ (Telugu), Barbadosa (Latvian), Barbadosas (Lithuanian), Barbādūs - بربادوس (Arabic), Barbántos - Μπαρμπάντος (Greek), Barbatus (Quechua), Barubadosu - バルバドス (Japanese), Papatusu (Inuktitut),'பார்படாஸ்'(Tamil)
Belarus Bái'èluósī - 白俄羅斯 / 白俄罗斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Baltarusija or Gudija (Lithuanian), Baltkrievija (Latvian), a' Bhealaruis (Scots Gaelic), Belarus (Breton, Dutch, Indonesian, Malay, Turkish variant), Belāruš - বেলারুশ (Bengali), Belarus - Беларус (Bulgarian), Belarus - בלרוס / Rusiya ha'Levana - רוסיה הלבנה (Hebrew), Belarus - බෙලරුස් (Sinhala), Belarus - เบลารุส (Thai), Belarusia - Բելարուսիա (Armenian), Belarusia (Indonesian variant), Belarusz or Fehéroroszország (Hungarian), Belarws (Welsh), Bellaruseu / Pellarusŭ - 벨라루스 (Korean), Bellorusia (Albanian), Belorusija (Slovene), Belorusija - Белорусија (Macedonian, Serbian), Belorusio (Esperanto), Belorusiya (Azeri), Bělorusko (Czech), Belorussia or Byelorussia (former English), Belorussiya - Белоруссия (Russian), Berarūshi - ベラルーシ (Japanese), Beyaz Rusya (Turkish), an Bhealarúis (Irish), Białoruś (Polish), Biełaruś - Беларусь (Belarusian), Bielorrusia (Basque, Spanish), Bielorrússia (Portuguese), Bielorusko (Slovak), Bielorússia or Rússia Blanca (Catalan), Bielo-Rússia (Portuguese variant), Bielorussia (Italian, Romansh), Biélorussie (French), Bilarus (Quechua), Bilorus' - Білорусь (Ukrainian), Bjelorusija (Bosnian, Croatian), Hviderusland (Danish), Hvítarussland (Faroese), Hvíta-Rússland (Icelandic), Hviterussland (Norwegian), il-Belarussja (Maltese), Lefkorosía - Λευκορωσία (Greek), Pilarusi (Inuktitut), Rússia Branca (Portuguese alternate), Russie Blanche (French alternate), Ruthenia Alba (Latin), Valgevene (Estonian), Valgõvinne (Võro), Valko-Venäjä (Finnish), Vitryssland (Swedish), Weißrussland (German), Weißruthenien (German, before 1945), Wit-Rusland (Afrikaans, Dutch alternate), Wittrussland (Low Saxon),'பெலாரஸ்'(Tmail)
Belgium Belchica (Aragonese), Belçika (Azeri, Turkish), Beldjike (Walloon), Belghia (Aromanian), Bèlgia (Acehnese), Belgia - Բելգիա (Armenian), Belgia (Breton, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Latin variant, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Romansh), Belgiä (Võro), Bèlgica (Catalan), Belgica (Corsican, Latin variant), Bélgica (Portuguese, Spanish), Belgicko (Slovak), België (Afrikaans, Dutch, West-Vlams), Belgie (Alemannic, Czech), Belgie / Pelgie - 벨기에 (Korean), Belgien (Austro-Bavarian, Danish, German, Low Saxon, Min Nan, Swedish), Belgija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Beļģija (Latvian), Bel'gija - Бельгия (Russian), Belgija - Белгија (Macedonian, Serbian), Bel'gija - Бельгія (Ukrainian), Belgika (Basque), Belgio (Esperanto, Italian), Bèlg·ique (Franco-Provençal), Belgique (French), Belgiska (Lower Sorbian), Belgium (Hungarian, Malay, Latin), Belgiya - Белгия (Bulgarian), Belgiya - בלגיה (Hebrew), Belgje (Frisian), Belgjikë (Albanian), il-Belġju (Maltese), Belgye - בעלגיע (Yiddish), Belhija - Бэльгія (Belarusian), Bélhika (Cebuano, Central Bikolano, Filipino/Tagalog), Beljiyām - বেলজিয়াম (Bengali), Beljiyam - બેલ્જિયમ (Gujarati), Beljiyam - बेल्जियम (Hindi, Marathi), Beljiyama - බෙල්ජියම (Sinhala), Bélxica (Asturian, Galician), Beoyiam - เบลเยียม (Thai), Bergike (Picard), Berugī - ベルギー (Japanese), an Bheilg (Irish), a' Bheilg (Scots Gaelic), Bỉ (Vietnamese), Bilhika (Quechua), Bǐlìshí - 比利時 / 比利时 (Mandarin Chinese), Byaljiyam - بیلجیم (Urdu), Gwlad Belg (Welsh), Pirjii (Inuktitut), Vélgio - Βέλγιο (Greek),பெல்ஜியம்(Tamil)
Belize Bèilǐsī - 貝里斯 / 贝里斯 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Belice (Catalan, Spanish), Belīj - બેલીજ (Gujarati), a' Bheilìs (Scots Gaelic), Belis (Faroese), Belîs (Welsh), Belis - බෙලිස් (Sinhala), Belis - เบลีซ (Thai), Belise - Белисе (Macedonian alternate), Beliz - Бэліз (Belarusian), Beliz - Белиз (Bulgarian, Macedonian alternate, Russian), Beliz - Беліз (Ukrainian), Belíz - Μπελίζ (Greek), Belīz - बेलीज़ (Hindi, Marathi), Beliz - בליז (Hebrew), Beliza (Latin, Latvian), Belizas (Lithuanian), Belize (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Aromanian, Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), il-Belize (Maltese), Belize - Белизе (Macedonian, Serbian), Belizo (Esperanto), Bellijeu / Pellijŭ - 벨리즈 (Korean), Berīzu - ベリーズ (Japanese), Bilisi (Quechua), Bilīz - بليز (Arabic), Bólìzī - 伯利茲 / 伯利兹 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Piliijuu (Inuktitut)

Formerly British Honduras: Britanski Honduras - Британски Хондурас (Macedonian, Serbian), Britanskiĭ Gonduras - Британский Гондурас (Russian), Britanya Honduras - බ්රිතාන්ය හොන්ඩුරාස් (Sinhala), Britanya Hondurası (Turkish), Britisch-Honduras (German), Britisk Honduras (Norwegian), Brits-Honduras (Dutch), Britský Honduras (Czech), Brittiläinen Honduras (Finnish), Britų Hondūras (Lithuanian), Honduras Británica (Spanish), Honduras Britânicas (Portuguese), Honduras Britannico (Italian), Honduras britannique (French), Honduras Brytyjski (Polish),பெலீசு(Tmail)

Benin Bèiníng - 貝寧 / 贝宁 (Mandarin Chinese), Beinin (Scots Gaelic), Benaeng / Penaeng - 베냉 (Korean), Benan - ベナン (Japanese), Bê-nanh (Vietnamese), Benim (Portuguese), Bénin (French), Benin (Afrikaans, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Interlingua, Italian, Malay, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish), Benin - Բենին (Armenian), Benin - Бенин (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian), Benin - බෙනින් (Sinhala), Benin - Бенін (Ukrainian),Benín - Μπενίν (Greek), Benin - בנין (Hebrew), Benín (Spanish), Benin - เบนิน (Thai), Benina (Latvian), Beninas (Lithuanian), Benino (Esperanto), Binin (Quechua), Panin (Inuktitut)

Formerly Dahomey: Dagomeia - Дагомея (Russian, Ukrainian), Dahome - ダホメ (Japanese), Dahomee (Estonian), Dahomej (Polish), Dahomej - Дахомеј (Macedonian), Dahomėja (Lithuanian), Dahomey (Breton, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Romanian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Turkish, Venetian, Vietnamese), Dahómey (Icelandic), Daomé (Portuguese), il-Benin (Maltese), பெனின்(Tamil)

Bermuda Bamyūda Shotō - バミューダ諸島 (Japanese), Barmiyuda - බර්මියුඩා (Sinhala), Bearmùda (Scots Gaelic), Beomyuda / Pŏmyuda - 버뮤다 (Korean), Bermuda - Բերմուդա (Armenian), Bermuda (Estonian, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Malay, Maltese, Min Nan, Portuguese alternate, Turkish, Vietnamese, Wolof), Bermuda - ברמודה (Hebrew), Bermuda - Бермуда (Macedonian), Bermuda or Bermudai (Lithuanian), Bermudas (Dutch, Latvian, Portuguese), Bermude (Italian), Bermudes (Catalan), Bèrmudes (Franco-Provençal), Bermudi - Бермуди (Bulgarian, Macedonian alternate, Serbian, Ukrainian), Bermudski ostrovi - Бермудски острови (Macedonian alternate), Bermudy (Czech, Polish, Slovak), Birmuda (Quechua), Boemioda - เบอร์มิวดา (Thai), Bomùdà qúndǎo - 百慕大群岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Islles Bermudes (Asturian), Parmuuta (Inuktitut), Pulau Bermuda (Malay), Insulele Bermude (Romanian),பெர்முடா(Tamil)
Bhutan Bhoetan (Afrikaans), Bhoutan (Breton, French), Bhuṭān - ভুটান (Bengali), Bhutan (Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, German, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish), Bhuṭān - ભુટાન (Gujarati), Bhután (Hungarian, Slovak), Bhútán (Czech), Bhūtān - بھوٹان (Urdu), Bhūtān - भूटान (Hindi, Marathi), Bhutano (Esperanto), Bhuthanaya - භූතානය (Sinhala), Bhwtan (Welsh), Boután - Μπουτάν (Greek), Bùdān - 不丹 (Chinese), Butan - Բուտան (Armenian), Butan (Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Quechua, Slovene), Butan - Бутан (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Butàn (Scots Gaelic), Bután (Spanish), Butan - בוטאן (Hebrew), Būtan - ブータン (Japanese), Butan / Put'an - 부탄 (Korean), Butāna (Latvian), Butanas (Lithuanian), Butano (Esperanto), Butanum (Latin), Butão (Portuguese), Druk Yul - འབྲུག་ཡུལ་ (Dzongkha), il-Bhutan (Maltese), Phutan - ภูฏาน (Thai), Puutan (Inuktitut), பூட்டான் (Tamil), Butan - বুটান (Sylheti)
Bolivia Balivija - Балівія (Belarusian), Boilibhia (Scots Gaelic), Bolifia (Welsh), Boliivia (Estonian, Võro), Bolivia (Afrikaans, Albanian, Breton, Danish, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Malay, Norwegian, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish), Bolivia - Բոլիվիա (Armenian), Bolívia (Catalan, Hungarian, Portuguese, Slovak), Bolívie (Czech), Bolivie (French), Bolivië (Afrikaans alternate, Dutch), Bolivien (German), Bolivija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Bolivija - Боливия (Bulgarian, Russian), Bolivija - Боливија (Macedonian, Serbian), Bolīvija (Latvian), Bolivija - Болівія (Ukrainian), Bolivio (Esperanto), Boliviyā - બોલિવિયા (Gujarati), Boliviya - בוליביה (Hebrew), Boliviyā - बोलिविया (Hindi, Marathi), Boliviyawa - බොලිවියාව (Sinhala), il-Bolivja (Maltese), Bolivya (Turkish), Bōlìwéiyà - 玻利維亞 / 玻利维亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Boliwia (Polish), Boliwia - โบลิเวีย (Thai), Bollibia / Pollibia - 볼리비아 (Korean), Boribia - ボリビア (Japanese), Buliwya (Quechua), Pulivia (Inuktitut), Volivía - Βολιβία (Greek), Volivia (Guaraní), Wuliwya (Aymara), பொலிவியா (Tamil)
Bosnia and Herzegovina an Bhoisnia-Heirseagaivéin (Irish), Boseunia Hereuchegobina / Posŭnia Herŭch'egobina - 보스니아 헤르체고비나 (Korean), Bōshìníyǎ-Hèsègēwéinà - 波士尼亞-赫塞哥維納 / 波士尼亚-赫塞哥维纳 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Bōsīníyà hé Hēisègēwéinà - 波斯尼亞和黑塞哥維那 / 波斯尼亚和黑塞哥维那 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Bosna a Hercegovina (Czech, Slovak), Bosna agus Heartsagobhana (Scots Gaelic), Bosna dhe Hercegovina (Albanian), Bosna Hersek (Turkish), Bosna i Hercegovina (Bosnian, Croatian), Bosna i Hercegovina - Босна и Херцеговина (Macedonian, Serbian), Bosna i Hertsegovina - Босна и Херцеговина (Bulgarian), Bosna in Hercegovina (Slovene), Bosnia a Hertsegofina (Welsh), Bosnia at Herzegovina (Filipino/Tagalog), Bosnia-Erzegovina (Italian), Bosnia et Herzegovina (Latin), Bosnia ha Herzegovina (Breton), Bosnia-Hercegovina (Norwegian), Bosnia-Hersegovina (Faroese), Bosnia-Hertsegovina - Բոսնիա-Հերցեգովինա (Armenian), Bosnia-Hertsegovina (Finnish variant), Bosnia-Herzegovina (Basque, Indonesian, Malay), Bòsnia-Herzegovina (Catalan), Bósnia-Herzegovina / Bósnia e Herzegovina (Portuguese), Bośnia i Hercegowina (Polish), Bosnia ja Hertsegoviina (Estonian, Võro), Bosnia ja Hertsegovina (Finnish), Bosnia Lae Hoesekowina - บอสเนียและเฮอร์เซโกวีนา (Thai), Bosnía og Hersegóvína (Icelandic), Bosnia și Herțegovina (Romanian), Bosnia y Herzegovina (Spanish), Bosnië en Herzegovina (Dutch), Bosnië-Herzegovina (Afrikaans), Bosnie-Herzégovine (French), Bosnien-Hercegovina (Danish), Bosnien-Herzegowina (German variant, Low Saxon), Bosnien och Hercegovina (Swedish), Bosnien og Hercegovina (Danish variant), Bosnien und Herzegowina (German), Bośnija i Hercahavina - Босьнія і Герцагавіна (Belarusian), Bosnija ir Hercegovina (Lithuanian), Bosnija un Hercegovina (Latvian), Bosnio kaj Hercegovino (Esperanto), Bosniya Hertzogovina - בוסניה הרצוגובינה (Hebrew), Bosniya i Hertsegovina - Боснія і Герцеговина (Ukrainian),Bosniya i Gertsegovina - Босния и Герцеговина (Russian), Bosniyawa saha Harsagovinawa - බොස්නියාව සහ හර්සගොවිනාව (Sinhala), il-Bożnija-Ħerzegovina (Maltese), Bosunia Herutsegobina - ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ (Japanese), Bosznia és Hercegovina (Hungarian), Busna-Hirsiquwina (Quechua), Pusunia-Hiirutsiguvina (Inuktitut), Vosnía kai Erzegovíni - Βοσνία και Ερζεγοβίνη (Greek),பொஸ்னியா-ஹெர்சிகோவினா (Tamil)
Botswana (British) Bechuanaland (former name in English), Beciuania (Italian version), Bocheuwana / Poch'ŭwana - 보츠와나 (Korean), Bócíwǎnà - 博茨瓦納 / 博茨瓦纳 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Bocvana (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Bocvana - Боцвана (Macedonian, Serbian), Bocvano (Esperanto), Botsawana - บอตสวานา (Thai), Botsouána - Μποτσουάνα (Greek), Botsuana (Asturian, Latin, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic), Botsuana - Ботсуана (Bulgarian), Botsuwana - ボツワナ (Japanese), Botsvana (Faroese, Lithuanian, Turkish), Botsvana - Ботсвана (Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian), Boṭsvānā - બોટ્સ્વાના (Gujarati), Botsvana - בוצוואנה/Botswana - בוטסוואנה (Hebrew), Botsvāna (Latvian), Boṭsvānā - बोत्स्वाना (Hindi, Marathi), Botswana (Afrikaans, Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese alternate, Romanian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Botswana - බොට්ස්වානා (Sinhala), Bōzhánà - 波扎那 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Butswana (Quechua), il-Botswana (Maltese), Putsuana (Inuktitut), போட்ஸ்வானா(Tamil)
Brazil ব্রাজিল(Bengali),Ba Tây / Bra-xin (Vietnamese), Bāxī - 巴西 (Mandarin Chinese), Beurajil / Pŭrajil - 브라질 (Korean), Braisil (Scots Gaelic), Brājīl - બ્રાજીલ (Gujarati), Brasiilia (Estonian, Võro), Brasil (Catalan, Indonesian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Quechua, Spanish, Welsh), Brasilaya - බ්රසීලය (Sinhala), Brasile (Italian), Brasília (Faroese, Finnish, Latin, Romansh), Brasilía (Icelandic), Brasilië (Afrikaans), Brasilien (Danish, German, Swedish), Brasio - บราซิล (Thai), Brazil (Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Indonesian variant, Malay), Brazil - Бразил (Macedonian, Serbian), Brazil - ברזיל (Hebrew), Brāzīl - برازیل (Urdu), Brāzīl - ब्राज़ील (Hindi, Marathi), il-Brażil (Maltese), Brazili (Albanian), Brazilia - Բրազիլիա (Armenian), Brazilia (Romanian), Brazília (Hungarian, Slovak), Brazílie (Czech), Brazilië (Dutch), Brazilija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Brazīlija (Latvian), Brazilija - Бразилия (Bulgarian, Russian), Brazilo (Esperanto), Brazilska (Lower Sorbian), Brazylia (Polish), Brazylija - Бразылія (Belarusian), Brazyliya - Бразилія (Ukrainian), Brésil (French), Brezilya (Turkish), Burajiru - ブラジル (Japanese), Purajil/Puratsil (Inuktitut), Vrasil (Guaraní), Vrazilía - Βραζιλία (Greek), பிரேசில் (Tamil)
British Virgin Islands Bretsku Jomfrúoyggjar (Faroese), Britain Virgin Kûn-tó (Min Nan), Britanakan Virginian Kghziner - Բրիտանական Վիրջինյան Կղզիներ (Armenian), Britanska Devičanska ostrva - Британска Девичанска острва (Serbian), Britanski Deviški otoki (Slovene), Britanski Devstveni Ostrovi - Британски Девствени Острови (Macedonian), Britanski Djevičanski otoci (Croatian), Britanski Virdzhinski ostrovi - Британски Вирджински острови (Bulgarian), Britans'ki Virhins'ki ostrovy - Британські Віргінські острови (Ukrainian), Britanya Varjin Dupath - බ්රිතාන්ය වර්ජින් දූපත් (Sinhala), Britanya Virjin Adaları (Turkish), Briti Neitsisaared (Estonian), Britische Jungferninseln (German), Britse Maagdeneilanden (Dutch), Britské Panenské ostrovy (Czech, Slovak), Brittiläiset Neitsytsaaret (Finnish), Britu Virdžīnu salas (Latvian), Britų Mergelių salos (Lithuanian), Brit Virgen-szigetek (Hungarian), Brytyjskie Wyspy Dziewicze (Polish), Duni Virgin (angalteer) (Wolof), Eileanan Breatannach na Maighdinn (Scots Gaelic), il-Gżejjer Verġni Brittaniċi (Maltese) Igirisu-ryō Vājin Shotō - イギリス領ヴァージン諸島 (Japanese), Iles Vièrges britaniques (Franco-Provençal), Ilhas Virgens Britânicas (Portuguese), Illes Verges Britàniques (Catalan), Islas Birchens Britanicas (Aragonese), Isole Vergini Britanniche (Italian), Iyey Ha'Betulla Ha'Britiyim - איי הבתולה הבריטיים (Hebrew), Kapuluang Birhen ng Britanya (Filipino/Tagalog), Kepulauan Virgin British (Malay), Kepulauan Virgin Inggris (Indonesian), Muko British Woechin - หมู่เกาะบริติชเวอร์จิน (Thai), Muko Woechin khong Angkrit - หมู่เกาะเวอร์จินของอังกฤษ (Thai, less common), Puritisu Vaajin Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Yeonggungnyeong Beojin Aillaendeu / Yŏnggungnyŏng Pŏjin Aillaendŭ - 영국령 버진아일랜드 (Korean), Yīngshǔ Wéiěrjīng Qúndǎo - 英屬維爾京群島 (Mandarin Chinese), Insulele Virgine Britanice (Romanian),பிரிட்டிஷ் வெர்ஜின் தீவுகள்(Tamil)
Brunei Beurunai / Pŭrunai - 브루나이 (Korean), Broenei (Afrikaans), Brounéi - Μπρουνέι (Greek), Brunai (Acehnese), Brunāi - ব্রুনাই (Bengali), Brunai - บรูไน (Thai), Brùnaigh (Scots Gaelic), Brunayi - බෲනායි (Sinhala), Brunei - Բրունեյ (Armenian), Brunei (Catalan, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hawaiian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish, Swedish, Yoruba), Brunei Darussalam (Indonesian variant, Malay variant), Brunej - Бруней (Bulgarian, Chuvash, Russian, Ukrainian), Brunej (Czech, Slovak, Slovene), Brunej - Брунеј (Macedonian, Serbian), Bruneja (Latvian), Brunejo (Esperanto), Brunėjus (Lithuanian), Bruney - ברוניי (Hebrew), Bruney (Turkish), Bruniy (Quechua), Burunei - ブルネイ (Japanese), Bruniejos (Samogitian), Bwoonéí (Navajo), il-Brunei (Maltese), Poronai (Māori), Purunai (Inuktitut), Wénlái - 文萊 / 文莱 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Wènlái - 汶萊 / 汶莱 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan),புருனே (Tamil)
Bulgaria A' Bảo Gia Lợi / Bungary (Vietnamese), Bălgarija - България (Bulgarian), Balgeriyā - બલ્ગેરીયા (Gujarati), Balgerīyā - बल्गेरीया (Hindi, Marathi), Balgeriyawa - බල්ගේරියාව (Sinhala), Bǎojiālìyà - 保加利亞 / 保加利亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Baokaeria - บัลแกเรีย (Thai), Baŭharyja - Баўгарыя (Belarusian), an Bhulgáir (Irish), Bolgarija - Болгария (Russian), Bolgarija (Slovene), Bolgariya - Болгарія (Ukrainian), Bugarija - Бугарија (Macedonian), Bugarska (Croatian), Bugarska - Бугарска (Serbian), Bulgaaria (Estonian, Võro), Bulgàiria (Scots Gaelic), Bulgareti - ბულგარეთი (Georgian), Bulgaria - Բուլղարիա (Armenian), Bulgaria (Basque, Breton, Faroese, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, Latin, Malay, Romanian, Spanish), Bulgària (Catalan), Bulgária (Hungarian, Portuguese), Búlgaría (Icelandic), Bulgaria / Pulgaria - 불가리아 (Korean), Bułgaria (Polish), Bulgarie (French), Bulgarien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Bulgārija (Latvian), Bulgarija (Lithuanian), Bulgarije (Dutch), Bulgario (Esperanto), Bulgaristan (Turkish), Bulgariya - בולגריה (Hebrew), Bulgarska (Lower Sorbian), Bulgarya (Filipino/Tagalog, Quechua), Bulgarye (Afrikaans), Bulgarye - בולגאַריע (Yiddish), Bulharsko (Czech, Slovak), Bullgaria (Albanian), Burugaria - ブルガリア (Japanese), Bwlgaria (Welsh), il-Bulgarija (Maltese), Purjaria (Inuktitut), Vulgaría - Βουλγαρία (Greek), பல்கேரியா(Tamil)
Burkina Faso Barkina Faso - බර්කිනා ෆාසෝ (Sinhala), Bourkína Fáso - Μπουρκίνα Φάσο (Greek), Bùjīnàfǎsuǒ - 布基納法索 / 布基纳法索 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Bùjínàfǎsuǒ - 布吉納法索 / 布吉纳法索 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Bukina Faso - บูร์กินาฟาโซ (Thai), Bureukina Paso / Purŭk'ina P'aso - 부르키나파소 (Korean), Buirciona Faso (Scots Gaelic), Burkina Fasas (Lithuanian), Burkina Faso (Acehnese, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Malay, Polish, Portuguese alternate, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish), Burkina Faso - Буркина Фасо (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian), Burkina Faso - Буркіна Фасо (Ukrainian), Burkina Faso - בורקינה פאסו (Hebrew), Burkina Phasu (Quechua), Burkino (Esperanto), Burquina Faso (Portuguese), Burukina Faso - ブルキナ・ファソ (Japanese), Puuqina Vasu (Inuktitut)

Former name: Alto Volta (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Áno Vólta - Άνω Βόλτα (Greek), Gorna Volta - Горна Волта (Macedonian), Górna Wolta (Polish), Haute-Volta (French), 'il-Burkina Faso (Maltese), Obervolta (German), Opper-Volta (Dutch), Oteu Bolta / Ot'ŭ Polt'a - 오트볼타 (Korean), Ōtoboruta - オートボルタ (Japanese), Upper Volta (English), Ylä-Volta (Finnish), Yukarı Volta (Turkish), Zgornja Volta (Slovene),புர்கினா பாசோ (Tamil)

Burma see Myanmar
Burundi Bùlóngdí - 布隆迪 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Burundaidh (Scots Gaelic), Burundi (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Azeri, Bambara, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Latvian, Malay, Min Nan, Polish, Portuguese, Quechua, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish), Burundi - ቡሩንዲ (Amharic), Būrūndī - بوروندي (Arabic), Burunḍi - বুরুন্ডি (Bengali), Burundi - Бурунди (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian), Burundi - Бурунді (Ukrainian), Burundi - בורונדי (Hebrew), Burundi / Purundi - 부룬디 (Korean), Burundi - බුරුන්ඩි (Sinhala), Burundi - บุรุนดี (Thai), Burúndi (Portuguese alternate), Burundis (Lithuanian), Burundo (Esperanto), Burundzi - Бурундзі (Belarusian), Burunji - ブルンジ (Japanese), Burúnti - Μπουρούντι (Greek), il-Burundi (Maltese), Púlóngdì - 蒲隆地 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Purunji (Inuktitut)

Alternate, older forms like Urundi include: Ouroundi (French), Urundi (German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish),புருண்டி(Tamil)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Cambodia Cambodge (French), Cambodia (Latin, Welsh), Cambodja (Catalan, Danish, Dutch), Cambogia (Italian, Romanian), Camboja (Portuguese), Camboya (Spanish), Cambuidea (Scots Gaelic), Campuchia / Cao Miên (Vietnamese), il-Kambodja (Maltese) Jiǎnpǔzhài - 柬埔寨 (Mandarin Chinese), Kamboçya (Turkish), Kambodia / K'ambodia - 캄보디아 (Korean), Kamboḍiyā - કમ્બોડિયા (Gujarati), Kambodiya - קמבודיה (Hebrew), Kamboḍiyā - कम्बोडिया (Hindi, Marathi), Kambodja (Afrikaans, Breton, Faroese, Swedish), Kambodjia - Կամբոդիա (Armenian), Kambods'a (Võro), Kambodscha (German), Kambodsja (Norwegian), Kambodža - Камбоджа (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kambodža (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Slovak, Slovene), Kambodża (Polish), Kambodža - Камбоџа (Macedonian, Serbian), Kambodzsa (Hungarian), Kamboĝo (Esperanto), Kamboja (Acehnese, Indonesian), Kambojaya - කාම්බෝජය (Sinhala), Kambojia - カンボジア (Japanese), Kamboxha (Albanian), Kambuya (Quechua), Kampótzi - Καμπότζη (Greek), Kamphucha - กัมพูชา (Thai), Kampuchea (former English name 1975-1989), Kampuujia (Inuktitut), Kemboja (Malay), கம்போடியா (Tamil)
Cameroon Camarões (Portuguese), Cameroon (Malay), Camarun (Scots Gaelic), Cameroun (Danish, French), Camerun (Italian, Romanian), Camerún (Spanish), Camerunia (Latin), Camerwn (Welsh), il-Kamerun (Maltese), Kæmarun - කැමරූන් (Sinhala), Kāmàilóng - 喀麥隆 / 喀麦隆 (Mandarin Chinese), Kameroen (Afrikaans, Dutch), Kameroun (Breton), Kameroún - Καμερούν (Greek), Kamerun (Albanian, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish), Kamerun - Կամերուն (Armenian), Kamerun - Камэрун (Belarusian), Kamerun - Камерун (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Kamerun - קמרון (Hebrew), Kamerūn - カメルーン (Japanese), Kamerun / K'amerun - 카메룬 (Korean), Kamerūna (Latvian), Kamerūnas (Lithuanian), Kameruno (Esperanto), Kamirun (Quechua), Kamiruun (Inuktitut), Kamõrun (Võro), Khaemoerun - แคเมอรูน (Thai), Táłtłʼááh Chʼosh Daadánígíí Bitooh (Navajo)கமரூன்(Tamil)
Canada Canadà (Catalan, Italian version), Canada (Danish, Dutch, French, Ilokano, Iñupiaq, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Romanian, Romansh, Scots Gaelic, Tagalog, Welsh), Canadá (Galician, Portuguese, Spanish), Ca-na-đa / Gia Nã Đại (Vietnamese), Canauhtlān (Nahuatl), Deetéél Bikéyah (Navajo), IKhanada (isiZulu), Jiānádà - 加拿大 (Mandarin Chinese), il-Kanada (Maltese), Kænadawa - කැනඩාව (Sinhala), Kanada (Afrikaans, Azeri, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Low Saxon, Malay, Polish, Quechua, Slovak, Slovene, Swahili, Swedish, Turkish, Uzbek, Võro), Kanada - Կանադա (Armenian), Kanada - Канада (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Kazakh, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Kánadà (Igbo), Kanada - קנדה (Hebrew), Kanada - カナダ (Japanese), Kanada / K'anada - 카나다 or Kaenada / K'aenada - 캐나다 (Korean), Kanāda (Latvian), Kánádà (Yoruba), Kanadás - Καναδάς (Greek), Kanadë (Albanian), Kanado (Esperanto), Kanatã (Guaraní), Kanata - ᑲᓇᑕ (Inuktitut), Keneḍā - કેનેડા (Gujarati), Keneḍā - केनेडा (Hindi, Marathi), Keneḍā - کینیڈا (Urdu), Khaenada - แคนาดา (Thai), Tanata (Maori),கனடா(Tamil), კანადა (Georgian)
Cape Verde Cabo Verde (Estonian alternate, Polish variant, Portuguese, Spanish, Võro), Cabu Verde (Asturian), Cape Verde (Indonesian variant, Malay, Maltese,), Cap Ferde (Welsh), Capo Verde (Italian), Capul Verde (Romanian), Cap Verd (Catalan), Cap-Vert (French), An Ceap Uaine (Scots Gaelic), Fódéjiǎo - 佛得角 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Grænhöfðaeyjar (Icelandic), Grønhøvdaoyggjar (Faroese), Kaapii Viitaa (Inuktitut), Kaap Verde (Afrikaans), Kaapverdië (Dutch), Kaba-Verde - Каба-Вэрдэ (Belarusian), Kabo Bereude / K'abo Perŭde - 카보베르데 (Korean), Kābo Berude - カーボ・ベルデ (Japanese), Kabo Verde - Кабо Верде (Bulgarian), Kabo Verde (Latvian, Turkish variant), Kabo-Verde - Кабо-Верде (Russian, Ukrainian), Kabo-Verdo (Esperanto), Kape Vad (Igbo), Kap-Glas (Breton), Kapp Verde (Norwegian), Kap Verde (Danish, Finnish, German, Swedish), Kapverdski otoci (Croatian), Kapverdy (Czech, Slovak), Kef Verde - כף ורדה (Hebrew), Kabu Wedi - กาบูเวร์ดี (Thai), Kep Vard - කේප් වර්ඩ් (Sinhala), Prásino Akrotírio - Πράσινο Ακρωτήριο (Greek), Q'umir Kawu (Quechua), Republica Capului Verde (Romanian), Republika Zielonego Przylądka (Polish variant), Roheneemesaared (Estonian), Tanjung Verde (Indonesian), Tónteel Bibąąh Dootłʼizhí (Navajo), Wéidéjiǎo - 維德角 / 维德角 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Wyspy Zielonego Przylądka (Polish), Yeşil Burun (Turkish variant), Žaliasis Kyšulys (Lithuanian), Zelen 'Rt - Зелен ’Рт (Macedonian), Zelenortska ostrva - Зеленортска острва (Serbian), Zeleno'rtski ostrovi - Зелено’ртски Острови (Macedonian alternate), Zelenortski otoki (Slovene), Zöld-foki Szigetek (Hungarian),கேப் வேர்டே(Tamil)
Cayman Islands Eiyei kayman - איי קיימן (Hebrew), Eileanan Caimean (Scots Gaelic), il-Gżejjer Cayman (Maltese) Ilhas Caymans, Caimão, Cayman, Caimanes or Caimán (Portuguese), Cayman Adaları (Turkish), Caymansaaret (Finnish), Kaaimaneilanden (Dutch), Kaimaninseln (German), Kaimanisaared (Estonian), Kaiman Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Kaaimanseilande (Afrikaans), Kaimanu salas (Latvian), Kaimanų salos (Lithuanian), Kajmanovi ostrovi - Кайманови острови (Bulgarian), Kajmanovi ostrovi - Кайманові острови (Ukrainian), Kajmanska ostrva - Кајманска острва (Serbian), Kajmanské ostrovy (Czech), Kajmanski ostrovi - Кајмански Острови (Macedonian), Kajmanie ostrovy (Slovak), Kajmanski otoci (Croatian), Kajmán-szigetek (Hungarian), Kayman Wat'akuna (Quechua), Kajmany (Polish), Keimaen Jedo / K'eimaen Chedo - 케이맨 제도 (Korean), Keiman Shotō - ケイマン諸島 (Japanese), Keman Dupath - කේමන් දූපත් (Sinhala), Kepulauan Cayman (Indonesian, Malay) or Kepulauan Kayman (Indonesian), Insulele Cayman (Romanian), Muko Khemaen - หมู่เกาะเคย์แมน (Thai), Obodo mmiri ndi Cayman (Igbo), கேமன் தீவுகள் (Tamil)
Central African Republic Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (Dutch), Centr-Afrika Respubliko (Esperanto), Centralafrikanska republiken (Swedish), Centrālāfrikas Republika (Latvian), Central'naja Afrykanskaja Respublika - Цэнтральная Афрыканская Рэспубліка (Belarusian), Centralnoafrička republika - Централноафричка република (Serbian), Centralnoafrikanska Republika - Централноафриканска Република (Macedonian), Centralno-Afrikanskaja Respublika - Центрально-Африканская Республика (Russian), Centralnoafrikanska republika - Централноафриканска република (Bulgarian), Centrinės Afrikos Respublika (Lithuanian), Chawpi Aphrika Ripuwlika (Quechua), Chūō Afurika Kyōwakoku - 中央アフリカ共和国 (Japanese), Cộng Hòa Trung Phi (Vietnamese), Den Centralafrikanske Republik (Danish), Den sentralafrikanske republikk (Norwegian), Gweriniaeth Canol Affrica (Welsh), Jung-ang Apeurika Gonghwaguk / Chungang Ap'ŭrik'a Konghwaguk - 중앙아프리카 공화국 (Korean), Kentroafrikanikí Dimokratía - Κεντροαφρικανική Δημοκρατία (Greek), Kesk-Aafrika Vabariik (Estonian), Kesk-Afriga Vabariik (Võro), Keski-Afrikan tasavalta (Finnish), Łizhinii Bikéyah Beʼałnííʼ (Navajo), Madhyama Aprikanu Janarajaya - මධ්යම අප්රිකානු ජනරජය (Sinhala), Miðafrikalýðveldið (Faroese), Ọchíchìíwú ótù nke Afrika nke Etítì (Igbo), Orta Afrika Cumhuriyeti (Turkish), Poblachd Meadhan Afraga (Scots Gaelic), Qitiq Apurikan Ripupliku (Inuktitut), Repubblica Centroafricana (Italian), ir-Repubblika Ċentru-Afrikana (Maltese), Republica Centrafricană (Romanian), República Centroafricana (Spanish), República Centro-Africana (Portuguese), Republik Afrika Tengah (Indonesian, Malay), Republik Afrika Teungoh (Acehnese), Ha'Republika Ha'Merkaz Afrikayit - הרפובליקה המרכז אפריקאית (Hebrew), Repúblika ng Gitnáng Aprika (Filipino/Tagalog), Republika Środkowoafrykańska (Polish), Republik Kreizafrika (Breton), République centrafricaine (French), Respublica Mediae Africae (Latin), Satharanarat Aefrika Klang - สาธารณรัฐแอฟริกากลาง (Thai), Sentraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (Afrikaans), Srednjeafriška republika (Slovene), Srednjoafrička Republika (also Centralnoafrička Republika) (Croatian), Středoafrická republika (Czech), Stredoafrická republika (Slovak), Tlācatlahtohcāyōtl Tlahco Africa (Nahuatl), Zentralafrikanische Republik (German), மத்திய ஆப்பிரிக்க குடியரசு(Tamil) Zhōngfēi Gònghéguó - 中非共和國 / 中非共和国 (Mandarin Chinese), Centralno-Afrikanska Respublika - Центрально-Африканська Республіка (Ukrainian)

Formerly, Central African Empire

Chad Čad - ቻድ (Amharic), Çad (Azeri, Turkish), Cad (Bambara), Čad - Чад (Belarusian, Serbian), Čāḍ - চাড (Bengali), Čad (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovene), Čāḍ - ચાડ (Gujarati), Cāḍ - चाड (Hindi, Marathi), Cāḍ - چاڈ (Urdu), Čada (Latvian), Čadas (Lithuanian), Çadi (Albanian), Ĉado (Esperanto), Chad (Acehnese, Aragonese, Asturian, Igbo, Indonesian, Malay, Quechua, Spanish, Welsh), Chad - Չադ (Armenian), Chad - Чад (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Ukrainian), Chad - צ׳אד (Hebrew), Chádé - 查德 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Chade (Portuguese), Chadeu / Ch'adŭ - 차드 (Korean), Chado - チャド (Japanese), Chæd - චැඩ් (Sinhala), Chat - ชาด (Thai), Ciad (Aromanian, Italian, Romanian), Csád (Hungarian), Czad (Polish), iċ-Chad (Maltese), Kaati (Inuktitut), Kjad (Faroese), Sát (Vietnamese), Tchad (Breton, Danish, French, Swedish), Tch·ad (Franco-Provençal), Tšaad (Estonian), Tsaad (Võro), Tšad (Finnish), Tsant - Τσαντ (Greek), Tschad (Alemannic, German), Tshād - تشاد (Arabic), Tsjaad (Dutch), Tsjad (Afrikaans, Norwegian), Txad (Catalan), Tzadia (Latin), an t-Seàd (Scots Gaelic) Zhàdé - 乍得 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC),சாட்(Tamil)
Chile Chile (Alemannic, Aragonese, Breton, Czech, Danish, Finnish, German, Guaraní, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian variant, Malay, Navajo, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish, Swedish), Chile - צ׳ילה (Hebrew), Chili (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Dutch, French, Indonesian, Quechua),Chili - Չիլի (Armenian), Chili - Чили (Bulgarian, Russian), Chili - Чилі (Ukrainian), Ch·ili (Franco-Provençal), Chilí - Χιλή (Greek), Chili - චිලී (Sinhala), Chili - ชิลี (Thai), Chilia (Latin), Chille / Ch'ille - 칠레 (Korean), Chí Lợi (Vietnamese), Chiri - チリ (Japanese), Cile (Aromanian, Indonesian variant, Italian, Tarantino), Čile (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovak, Slovene), Çile (Crimean Tatar), Čīle (Latvian), Čilė (Lithuanian), Čile - Чиле (Macedonian, Serbian), Cili (Indonesian variant), Čilī - चिली (Hindi), Ĉilio (Esperanto), Čyli - Чылі (Belarusian), Czile (Silesian), iċ-Ċilì (Maltese), Kilai (Inuktitut), Kili (Albanian, Faroese), an t-Sili (Scots Gaelic), Şili (Turkish), Tišīlī - تشيلي (Arabic), Tšiili (Estonian), Tsiili (Võro), Tsile (Filipino/Tagalog), Tsili (Welsh), Xile (Catalan), Zhìlì - 智利 (Mandarin Chinese),சிலி(Tamil)
China চীন(Bengali),Čayna - ቻይና (Amharic), Chin - จีน (Thai), China (Dutch, German, Guaraní, Indonesian variant, Low Saxon, Malay, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish), Ch·ina (Franco-Provençal), Chinastan - Չինաստան (Armenian), Chinaya - චීනය (Sinhala), Chine (French), Chineti - ჩინეთი (Georgian), Chinska (Lower Sorbian), Chiny (Polish), Chūgoku - 中国 (formally Chūka Jimmin Kyōwakoku - 中華人民共和国) (Japanese), Çin (Azeri, Turkish), Cīn - चीन (Hindi), Cīn - چین (Urdu), Cina (Indonesian, Italian, Malay), Čína (Czech, Slovak), iċ-Ċina (Maltese), Ĉinio (Esperanto), rGya.nag - རྒྱ་ནག། (Tibetan), Hiina (Estonian, Võro), Jungguk / Chungguk - 중국 (formally Junghwa Immin Gonghwaguk / Chunghwa Inmin Konghwaguk - 중화인민공화국) (Korean), Chunwa (Quechua), Khine - כינע (Yiddish), Kiina (Finnish), Kina (Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, Faroese, Norwegian, Swedish), Kína - Κίνα (Greek), Kína (Hungarian, Icelandic), Ķīna (Latvian), Kina - Кина (Macedonian, Serbian), Kinija (Lithuanian), Kitaj - Кітай (Belarusian), Kitaj - Китай (Bulgarian, Russian), Kitajska (Slovene), Kytaj - Китай (Ukrainian), aṣ-Ṣīn - الصين (Arabic), Sin - סין (Hebrew), an tSín (Irish), Sina (Breton, Latin), Sina or Kaina (Inuktitut), Sìona (Scots Gaelic), Sjina (Afrikaans, Limburgish), Tiongkok (Indonesian [obsolete]), Tiong-kok (Min Nan), Trung Quốc / Trung Hoa / Tàu (Vietnamese), Tseina (Welsh), Tsina (Central Bikolano, Filipino, Tagalog), Xina (Catalan), Zhōngguó - 中國 / 中国 (Chinese),சீனா(Tamil),
Note: "China" usually refers to the People's Republic of China nowadays.
For the Republic of China, which is commonly known as "Taiwan", please refer to "Taiwan".
See also: Names of China.
Christmas Island Božićni otok (Croatian), Božićno ostrvo (Bosnian), Božićno ostrvo - Божићно острво (Serbian), Božikjen ostrov - Божиќен Остров (Macedonian), Christmas Adası (Turkish), Christmas Eiland (Dutch), Christmas Island (Danish), Christmas-tó (Min Nan), Ee Khag Ha'Molad - אי חג המולד (Hebrew), Eilean na Nollaig (Scots Gaelic), il-Gżira Christmas (Maltese), Ilha Christmas (Brazilian Portuguese), Illa Christmas (Catalan), Ilha do Natal (Portuguese), Isola del Natale (Italian), Jõulusaar (Estonian), Joulusaari (Finnish), Kalėdų salos (Lithuanian), Karácsony-sziget (Hungarian), Keuriseumaseu seom / K'ŭrisŭmasŭ sŏm - 크리스마스 섬 (Korean), Ko Khritsamat - เกาะคริสต์มาส (Thai), Krismas Dupatha - ක්රිස්මස් දූපත (Sinhala), Kurisumasu-tō - クリスマス島 (Japanese), Kurisutamasu Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Nawidad Wat'a (Quechua), Ostriv Rizdva - Острів Різдва (Ukrainian), Ostrov Rozhdestvo - Остров Рождество (Bulgarian), Pulau Christmas (Indonesia, Malay), Pulau Krismas (Malay variant), Pulo ng Pasko (Filipino/Tagalog), Shèngdàn dǎo - 圣诞岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Vánoční ostrov (Czech), Vianočný ostrov (Slovak), Weihnachtsinsel (German), Wyspa Bożego Narodzenia (Polish), Ynys y Nadolig (Welsh), Ziemsvētku sala (Latvian),கிறிஸ்துமஸ் தீவு(Tamil)
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Cocos (Keeling) Eilanden (Dutch), Cocos (Keeling) Kûn-tó (Min Nan), Cocos (Keeling) uharteak (Basque), Cocos (Keyling) Adaları (Turkish), Cocosøerne (Danish), na h-Eileanan Chocos (Scots Gaelic), il-Gżejjer Cocos (Maltese), Ilhas Cocos (Keeling) (Portuguese), Illes Cocos (Catalan), Islas Cocos (Spanish), Isole Cocos (Italian), Iyey Qoqos - איי קוקוס (Hebrew), Kakosavyia vyspy - Какосавыя выспы (Belarusian), Kepulauan Cocos (Keeling) (Malay) Kepulauan Kokos (Keeling) (Indonesian), Kilinški ostrovi - Килиншки Острови (Macedonian alternate), Kokos adaları (Azeri), Kokos Dupath - කොකෝස් දූපත් (Sinhala), Kokoseu Jedo / K'ok'osŭ Chedo - 코코스 제도 (Korean), Kokosinseln (German), Kokosneri kghzi - Կոկոսների կխզի (Armenian), Kokosova ostrva (Bosnian), Kokosova ostrva - Кокосова острва (Serbian), Kokosové ostrovy (Czech, Slovak), Kokosovi ostrovi - Кокосови острови (Bulgarian, Macedonian), Kokosovi ostrovy - Кокосові острови (Ukrainian), Kokosu (Kīlinga) salas (Latvian), Kokosų (Kilingo) Salos (Lithuanian), Kokosu Shotō - ココス諸島 (Japanese), Kókusz (Keeling)-szigetek (Hungarian), Kookossaared (Keelingi saared) (Estonian), Kookossaaret (Keelingsaaret) (Finnish), Kukus Wat'akuna (Quechua), Kukusi Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Muko Khokhos (Khiling) - หมู่เกาะโคโคส (คีลิง) (Thai), Wyspy Kokosowe (Polish), Insulele Cocos (Romanian), கோகோஸ் (கீலிங்) தீவுகள் (Tamil)
Colombia Coloimbia (Scots Gaelic), Colombia (Afrikaans, Aragonese, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Colòmbia (Catalan), Colômbia (Portuguese), Colombie (French), Columbia (Latin, Romanian), Gēlúnbǐyà - 哥倫比亞 / 哥伦比亚 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Gēlúnbǐyǎ - 哥倫比亞 / 哥伦比亚 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Kalumbija - Калюмбія (Belarusian), Kholombia - โคลอมเบีย (Thai), Kollombia / K'ollombia - 콜롬비아 (Korean), Kolombia (Acehnese, Albanian, Breton, Indonesian), Kolómbia or Kolómvia (Guaraní), Kolombië (Afrikaans alternate, Kolombio (Esperanto), Kolombiya - קולומביה (Hebrew), Kolombiya (Turkish), Kolombiyawa - කොලොම්බියාව (Sinhala), il-Kolombja (Maltese), Kolombya - ኮሎምብያ (Amharic), Kolomvía - Κολομβία (Greek), Kolumbia - Կոլումբիա (Armenian), Kolumbia (former and alternate Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Hungarian, Indonesian alternate, Polish, Slovak), Kolumbie (Alemannic, Czech), Kolumbien (German), Kolumbija (Bosnian, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Kolumbija - Колумбия (Bulgarian, Russian), Kolumbija - Колумбија (Macedonian, Serbian), Kolumbija - Колумбія (Ukrainian), Kolumbja (Maltese variant), Korombia - コロンビア (Japanese), Kūlūmbiyā - كولومبيا (Arabic), Kulumbya (Quechua), Kulumpia (Inuktitut), கொலம்பியா(Tamil)
Comoros Komor Adaları (Turkish), Comoras (Aragonese, Spanish), Comore (Aromanian, Italian, Romanian), Comore-eilande (Afrikaans), Comoren (Dutch), Comorerne (Danish), Comores (Catalan, French, Portuguese), Comore-szigetek (Hungarian), Comoros (Malay, Maltese, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Gěmó - 葛摩 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Ǧuzuru l-Qumur - جزر القمر (Arabic), Insulae Comorianae (Latin), Kamorskija vyspy - Каморскія выспы (Belarusian), Kēmóluó - 科摩羅 / 科摩罗 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Khomoros - คอโมโรส (Thai), Komaros - කොමරෝස් (Sinhala), Komoori saared (Estonian variant), Komoorid (Estonian), Komooriq (Võro), Komorai (Lithuanian), Komoras (Latvian), Komoren (Alemannic, Dutch alternate, German), Komorene (Norwegian), Komorerna (Swedish), Komóres - Κομόρες (Greek), Komorez (Breton), Komori (Bosnian, Comorian, Croatian, Slovene), Komori - Комори (Macedonian, Serbian), Komorit (Finnish), Komoro (Indonesian), Komoro - קומורו (Hebrew), Komoro - コモロ (Japanese), Komoro / K'omoro - 코모로 (Korean), Komoroj (Esperanto), Komoros - ኮሞሮስ (Amharic), Komorski ostrovi - Коморски острови (Bulgarian, Macedonian alternate), Komors'ki ostrovy - Коморські острови (Ukrainian), Komorskiye ostrova - Коморские острова (Russian), Komory (Czech, Polish, Slovak), Kumurakuna (Quechua), Kumurusi (Inuktitut), கோமரோஸ்(Tamil)
Congo Congo (Aragonese, Catalan, Danish, Dutch alternate, French, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), a' Chongo (Scots Gaelic), Gāngguǒ - 剛果 / 刚果 (Mandarin Chinese), il-Kongo (Maltese), Káango (Navajo), Khongko - คองโก (Thai), Konga - Конга (Belarusian), Kongas (Lithuanian), Konggo / K'onggo - 콩고 (Korean), Kongkó - Κονγκό (Greek), Kongo (Afrikaans, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, German, Indonesian, Latvian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish, Võro, West Frisian), Kongo - Կանգո (Armenian), Kongo - Конго (Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Kongo - קונגו (Hebrew), Kongo - コンゴ (Japanese), Kongo - کونگو (Persian), Kongoway - කොංගෝවේ (Sinhala), al-Kūnġū الكونغو (Arabic), Kungu (Inuktitut, Quechua), காங்கோ(Tmail)
Note: Congo refers to both the Republic of the Congo (Congo-Brazzaville, former-French Congo) and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo-Kinshasa), formerly called Zaire, Congo-Leopoldville, Belgian Congo.
Cook Islands Cook Adaları' (Turkish), Cook Eilanden' (Dutch), Cookinsaaret(Finnish), Cook-Inseln(German), Cooki saared(Estonian), Cook Kûn-tó(Min Nan), Cookovy ostrovy(Czech), Cookove ostrovy(Slovak), Cook-szigetek(Hungarian), Eileanan Cook(Scots Gaelic), Eiyei kuk- איי קוק (Hebrew),il-Gżejjer Cook (Maltese), Iles Cook (Franco-Provençal), Ilhas Cook (Portuguese), Insulele Cook (Romanian), Islles Cook (Asturian), Isole Cook (Italian), Kepulauan Cook (Indonesian, Malay), Kuk - Кук (Bulgarian), Kuk Dupath - කුක් දූපත් (Sinhala), Kuka salas (Latvian), Kùkè Qúndǎo - 库克群岛 (Mandarin Chinese), Kukinsuloj - (Esperanto), Kuk Jedo / K'uk Chedo - 쿡 제도 (Korean), Kukku Shotō - クック諸島 (Japanese), Kuko salos (Lithuanian), Kukova Ostrva (Bosnian), Kukova ostrva - Кукова острва (Serbian), Kukovi ostrovi - Кукови острови (Macedonian), Kuukki Qikiqtat (Inuktitut), Muko Khuk - หมู่เกาะคุก (Thai), Ostrovy Kuka - Острови Кука (Ukrainian), Pulo-pulo Cook (Acehnese), Vyspy Kuka - Выспы Кука (Belarusian), Wyspy Cooka (Polish),குக் தீவுகள்(Tamil)
Costa Rica Costa Rica (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Aromanian, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Malay, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), Costa Rìcea (Scots Gaelic), Gēsīdálíjiā - 哥斯達黎加 / 哥斯达黎加 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Gēsīdàlíjiā - 哥斯大黎加 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), il-Costa Rica (Maltese), Khosta Rika - คอสตาริกา (Thai), Koseutarika / K'osŭt'arik'a - 코스타리카 (Korean), Kosta Rika (Acehnese, Faroese, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Turkish), Kosta Rika - Կոստա Րիկա (Armenian), Kosta-Rika - Коста-Рика (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kostarika (Croatian, Czech, Latvian, Slovak, Slovene), Kósta Ríka - Κόστα Ρίκα (Greek), Kosta Rika - קוסטה ריקה (Hebrew), Kostarika - Костарика (Macedonian, Serbian), Kosta Rika - කොස්ට රිකා (Sinhala), Kostariko (Esperanto), Kostaryka (Polish), Kosutarika - コスタリカ (Japanese), Kustarika (Quechua), Kūstārīkā - كوستاريكا (Arabic), Kusuta Rika (Inuktitut), கோஸ்டா ரிகா(Tamil)
Ivory Coast (Côte ďIvoire) Aktí Elefantostoú - Ακτή Ελεφαντοστού (Greek), Aod an Olifant (Breton), Ayiwari Kost - අයිවරි කෝස්ට් (Sinhala), Baybaying Garing (Filipino), Bjelokosna Obala or Obala Bjelokosti (Croatian), Bờ Biển Ngà (Vietnamese), Breg na Slonovata Koska - Брег на Слоновата Коска (Macedonian), Coasta de fildeș (Romanian), Costa d'Avorio (Italian), Costa de Bori (Aragonese), Costa de Marfil (Spanish), Costa do Marfim (Portuguese), Côte d'Ivoire (Danish, former Estonian), Côte d'Ivoire (French, German, English variant, Võro), Costa Ìbhri (Scots Gaelic), Dramblio Kaulo Krantas (Lithuanian), Ebur-Bordo (Esperanto), Elefántcsontpart (Hungarian), Elevandiluurannik (Estonian), Elfenbeinküste (Alemannic, former German), Elfenbenskusten (Swedish), Elfenbenskysten (former Danish), Fílabeinsstrondin (Faroese), Fílabeinsströndin (Icelandic), Fildişi Kıyısı (Turkish), Helfandbeyn-Bortn העלפֿאַנדבײן־באָרטן (Yiddish), Ivoorkus (Afrikaans), Ivoorkust (Dutch), Ivory Coast (English, Malay), Kētèdíwă - 科特迪瓦 (Mandarin Chinese), Khof-ha'Shenhav - חוף־השנהב (Hebrew), il-Kosta tal-Avorju (Maltese), Kot D'Ivoar - Кот Д'Ивоар (Bulgarian), Kot d'Ivuar - Кот д’Ивуар (Belarusian, Russian), Kot-d'Ivuar - Кот-д'Івуар (Ukrainian), Kot Divwar - ኮት ዲቯር (Amharic), Kot Diwua - โกตดิวัวร์ (Thai), Koteudibuareu / K'ot'ŭdibuarŭ - 코트디부아르 (Korean), Kōtojibowāru - コートジボワール (Japanese), Kuutijipuaaru (Inuktitut), Litus Eburneum (Latin), Marphil Chala (Quechua), Norsunluurannikko (Finnish), Obala Bjelokosti (Croatian), Obala Slonovače - Обала Слоноваче (Serbian), Pantai Gading (Indonesian), Panté Gadéng (Acehnese), Panté Gadhing (Javanese), Pobrežie Slonoviny (Slovak), Pobřeží slonoviny (Czech), Sāḥilu l-ʿĀǧ - ساحل العاج (Arabic), Slonokoščena obala (Slovene), y Traeth Ifori (Welsh), Wybrzeże Kości Słoniowej (Polish), Xiàngyá Hăi'àn - 象牙海岸 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Ziloņkaula krasts or Kotdivuāra (Latvian),இவாய்ர்(Tamil)
Croatia Charvatyja - Харватыя (Belarusian), Chorvatsko (Czech), Chorvátsko (Slovak), Chorwacja (Polish), an Chróit (Irish) a' Chròthais (Scots Gaelic), Croàcia (Catalan), Croácia (Portuguese), Croacia (Spanish), Croatia (Latin, Malay, Tagalog, Welsh), Croația (Romanian), Croatie (French), Croazia (Aragonese, Italian, Romansh), Harvatiya - Хърватия (Bulgarian), Hırvatistan (Azeri variant, Turkish), Horvaatia (Estonian, Võro), Horvātija (Latvian), Horvatija - Хорватия (Russian), Horvatija - Хорватія (Ukrainian), Horvátország (Hungarian), Hrvaška (Slovene), Hrvatska (Bosnian, Croatian), Hrvatska - Хрватска (Macedonian, Serbian), Hurwatsuyu (Quechua), Kèluó'áixīyà - 克羅埃西亞 / 克罗埃西亚 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Kèluódìyà - 克羅地亞 / 克罗地亚 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Keuroatia / K'ŭroat'ia - 크로아티아 (Korean), Khro-echia - โครเอเชีย (Thai), Kroaci (Albanian), Kroasia (Acehnese, Indonesian), Kroasië (Afrikaans), Kroatia (Breton, Faroese, Finnish), Kroatía - Κροατία (Greek), Króatía (Icelandic), Kroatie (Alemannic), Kroatië (Dutch), Kroatien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Swedish), Kroatija (Lithuanian), Kroatio (Esperanto), Kroatiya - קרואטיה (Hebrew), Kroatsia - Կրոացիա (Armenian), Kroazia (Basque), il-Kroazja (Maltese), Kroeshiyawa - ක්රොඒෂියාව (Sinhala), Kro'ešya - ክሮኤሽያ (Amharic), Kuroachia - クロアチア (Japanese), Kuruatia (Inuktitut), Kurwātiyā - كرواتيا (Arabic),குரோஷியா(Tamil), Xorvatiya (Azeri)
Cuba Ciùba (Scots Gaelic), Ciwba (Welsh), Cuba (Aragonese, Aromanian, Asturian, Danish, Dutch, Franco-Provençal, French, Italian, Latin, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), Cu-ba (Vietnamese), Gǔbā - 古巴 (Mandarin Chinese), Khioba - คิวบา (Thai), Kiyubawa - කියුබාව (Sinhala), Koúva - Κούβα (Greek), Kuba (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Albanian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Faroese, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Quechua, Slovak, Slovene, Swahili, Swedish), Kūbā - كوبا (Arabic), Kuba - Կուբա (Armenian), Kuba - Куба (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Kuba - קובה (Hebrew), Kuba / K'uba - 쿠바 (Korean), Küba (Turkish), Kuba - קובאַ (Yiddish), Kubo (Esperanto), Kuuba (Estonian, Finnish, Võro), Kuupa (Inuktitut), Kyūba - キューバ (Japanese),கியூபா(Tamil)
Cyprus an Chipir (Irish), Chipre (Aragonese, Portuguese, Spanish), Chipro (Aromanian), Chypre (French), Cìopras (Scots Gaelic), Cipar (Croatian), Ciper (Slovene), Cipro (Italian), Ċipru (Maltese), Cipru (Romanian), Ciprus (Afrikaans alternate, Hungarian), Cypern (Danish, Lower Sorbian, Swedish), Cypr (Polish), Cyprus (Dutch, Indonesian variant, Malay, Latin, Slovak, Welsh), Kafrisin - קפריסין (Hebrew), Kıbrıs (Turkish), Kipar - Кипър (Bulgarian), Kipar - Кипар (Macedonian, Serbian), Kipeuroseu / K'ip'ŭrosŭ - 키프로스 (Korean), Kipr - Кіпр (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Kipr - Кипр (Russian), Kipra (Latvian), Kipras (Lithuanian), Kiprenez (Breton), Kipro (Esperanto), Kipros - Կիպրոս (Armenian), Kipros - קיפּראָס (Yiddish), Kiprosi - კიპროსი (Georgian), Kipru (Quechua), Kipurosu - キプロス (Japanese), Kipurusu (Inuktitut), Küpros (Estonian), Küprüs (Võro), Kviprosi - კვიპროსი (Georgian variant), Kypr (Czech), Kýpros (Faroese), Kypros (Finnish), Kýpros - Κύπρος (Greek), Kýpur (Icelandic), Qibris or Kipr (Azeri), Qipro (Albanian), Qubruṣ - قبرص (Arabic), Saipras - ไซปรัส (Thai), Sàipǔlùsī - 塞浦路斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Sayiprasayay - සයිප්රසයේ (Sinhala), Síp (Vietnamese), Siprus (Afrikaans), Siprus (Acehnese, Indonesian), Xipre (Catalan), Zypern (German, Low Saxon), Zipre (Basque), Zypere (Alemannic),சைப்ரஸ்(Tamil)
Czech Republic Cechia (Latin, Italian), Cehia (Romanian), Čehija (Latvian), Čehija - Чехија (Macedonian alternate), Ĉeĥujo or Ĉeĥio (Esperanto), Çekia (Albanian), Čekija (Lithuanian), Čekiya - ቼኪያ (Amharic), Çekiye or Çekya or Çek Cumhuriyeti (Turkish), Češka (Croatian, Slovene), Češka - Чешка or Češka republika - Чешка република (Macedonian, Serbian), Česká republika or Česko (Czech, Slovak), Chehiya - Чэхія (Belarusian), Chehiya - Чехия (Bulgarian, Russian), Chehiya - Чехія (Ukrainian), Chekkia - เช็กเกีย (Thai), Chek Janarajaya - චෙක් ජනරජය (Sinhala), Chekheti - ჩეხეთი (Georgian), Chekh Hanrapetutyun - Չեխ Հանրապետություն (Armenian), Chekhiya - צ'כיה (Hebrew), Cheko / Ch'ek'o - 체코 (Korean), Cheko Kyōwakoku - チェコ共和国 (Japanese), Chéquia or República Checa (Portuguese), Chequia or República Checa (Spanish), Chiksuyu (Quechua), Cộng Hoà Séc (Vietnamese), Csehország (Hungarian), Czechia (English variant)*, Czechy (Polish), Iksiitsu (Inuktitut), Jiékè - 捷克 (Mandarin Chinese), Kekkia (Faroese), an t-Seic (Scots Gaelic), Poblacht na Seice (Irish), Repubblica Ceca (Italian), ir-Repubblika Ċeka (Maltese), Republica Checa (Aragonese), Rèpublik Cèkô (Acehnese), Republik Ceska or Republik Ceko (Indonesian), Republik Czech (Malay) Republik Tchek (Breton), Repúblikang Tseko or Tseko (Filipino/Tagalog), République tchèque or Tchéquie (French), Tchéquia or República Tcheca (Brazilian Portuguese variant), Tékkland (Icelandic), at-Tišīk التشيك (Arabic), Tjeckien (Swedish), Tjekkiet (Danish), Tschechia (Romansh), Tschechie (Alemannic), Tschechien (Low Saxon), Tschechien or Tschechische Republik (German), Tsehhi (Võro), Tsehía - Τσεχία (Greek), Tšehhi (Estonian), Tšehhimaa (Estonian variant), Tšekki or Tšekin tasavalta (Finnish), Tsjechië, Tsjechische Republiek (Dutch), Tsjechje (Frisian), Tsjeggië (Afrikaans), Tsjekkia (Norwegian), Txekia (Basque), Txèquia (Catalan), Tzekia (Latin),செ குடியரசு (Tamil) y Weriniaeth Tsiec (Welsh)
*The name Czechia is used in official Czech texts in English, but is not generally in common use. *Bohemia refers to a large part of the present republic (excluding Moravia), or to the historical kingdom-electorate, which was larger.

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