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.

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Afghanistan Afeganistão (Portuguese), Affganistan (Welsh), Afganastan (Scots Gaelic), Afganastiao (Danandiese), Afgania (Latin), Afganio (Esperanto alternate), Afganistan (Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Maltese, Polish, Romanian, Slovak, Slovene, Turkish, Võro), Afghanistan - Афганистан (Bulgarian, Russian), Afghanistan - Афганістан (Ukrainian), Afghanistan - אפגניסטן (Hebrew), Afganistán (Spanish, Galician), Afgānistān - अफ़गानिस्तान (Hindi, Marathi), আফগানিস্তান (Bengali), Afganistán - Αφγανιστάν (Greek), Afganistanas (Lithuanian), Afganistani (Albanian), Afganisztán (Hungarian), Afganujo (Esperanto alternate), Afghanestan - افغانستان (Dari-Persian, Pashtu, Urdu), Afghánistán (Czech), Afghanistan (Afrikaans, Breton, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Interlingua, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish), Afghānistān - అఫ్ఘానిస్తాన్ (Telugu), Afuganisutan - アフガニスタン (Japanese), Āfùhàn - 阿富汗 (Mandarin Chinese), An Afganastáin (Irish), Apeuganiseutan/Ap'ŭganisŭt'an - 아프가니스탄 (Korean), Aŭhanistan - Аўганістан (Belarusian), Avganistan (Serbian), Avghaneti - ავღანეთი (Georgian), અફગાનિસ્તાન (Gujarati), Gāndhāra (Sanskrit)
Åland Islands Ōrando Shotō - オーランド諸島 (Japanese), Wyspy Alandzkie - (Polish)
Albania Ā'ěrbāníyà - 阿爾巴尼亞 / 阿尔巴尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Albaania (Estonian, Võro, danandiese), Albaanje (West Frisian), An Albáin (Irish), Albàinia (Scots Gaelic), Albaneti - ალბანეთი (Georgian), Albani (Cornish, Haitian Creole), Albania (Aragonese, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Faeroese, Finnish, Galician, Ido, Indonesian, Interlingua, Italian, Latin, Malagasy, Malay, Nauruan, Norwegian, Occitan, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Vietnamese, Welsh), Albania - Ալբանիա (Armenian), Albània (Catalan), Albánia (Hungarian, Northern Sami), Albanía (Icelandic), Albânia (Portuguese), Albánie (Czech), Albanië (Afrikaans, Dutch, Limburgian), Albanie (French, Friulian), Albanien (Alemannic, Danish, German, Low Saxon, Luxembourgish, Norwegian, Swedish), Albanii (Aromanian), Albanija (Lithuanian, Maltese, Croatian, Slovenian), Albanija - Албанија (Serbian, Macedonian), Albānija (Latvian), Albanio or Albanujo (Esperanto), Albaniya - Албания (Bulgarian, Russian, Udmurt), Albaniya - Албанія (Ukrainian), Albaniya - Альбанія (Belarusian), Albaniya - אלבניה (Hebrew), Albańska (Lower Sorbian), Albánsko (Slovak), Albanya (Filipino/Tagalog), Albeniyā - अल्बेनिया (Hindi, Marathi), আলবেনিয়া (Bengali), Albēniyā - అల్బేనియా (Telugu), Alpania - Ալբանիա (Western Armenian), Alvanía - Αλβανία (Greek), Arnavutluk (Turkish), Arubania - アルバニア (Japanese), Elbanya or Elbaniya or Arnavût or Albanya or Arnewidistan (Kurdish), Lalbanän (Volapük), Shkiperiya (Romani), Shqipëria (Albanian), Shqipërija (Tosk), Shqipnija (Gheg), ألبانيا (Arabic), آلبانی (Farsi), અલ્બેનિયા (Gujarati), 알바니아 (Korean), البانيا (Pashto, Urdu), ประเทศแอลเบเนีย (Thai), ئالبانىيە (Uyghur)
Algeria Ā'ěrjílìyà - 阿爾及利亞 / 阿尔及利亚 (Chinese), an Ailgéir (Irish), Aldjereye (Walloon), Algeria (Finnish, Italian, Latin, Malay, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Algèria (Catalan), Algéria (Hungarian), Algería - Αλγερία (Greek), Algerië (Afrikaans, Dutch alternate), Algerie (Norwegian), Algérie (French), Algerien (German), Algeriet (Danish, Swedish), Algerije (Dutch), Alġerija (Maltese), Alĝerio (Esperanto), Algerium (Latin alternate), Algieria (Polish), Algjeria (Albanian), Aljazair (Indonesian), Aljeria (Breton), Aljirya (Danandiese), Aljiriya - אלג׳יריה (Hebrew), Aljīriyā - అల్జీరియా (Telugu), Alseeriä (Võro), Alsír (Icelandic), Alxeria (Galician), Alžeeria (Estonian), Alzhir - Алжир (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Alžir (Bosnian, Croatian), Alžirija (Slovene), Alžírsko (Czech, Slovak), Alžyr - Альжыр (Belarusian), Alžyras (Lithuanian), Argélia (Portuguese), Argelia (Spanish), Arjelia (Basque), Arujeria - アルジェリア (Japanese), Arxelia (Asturian), Cezayir (Turkish), al-Ĝazā'ir - الجزائر (Arabic, Urdu), আলজেরিয়া (Bengali)
American Samoa Amerika-ryō Samoa - アメリカ領サモア (Japanese)
Andorra Āndào'ěr - 安道爾 / 安道尔 (Mandarin Chinese), Andórra - Ανδόρρα (Greek), Andora (Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Polish, Macedonian, Serbian, Slovene, Turkish, Welsh), Andora - Андора (Belarusian, Bulgarian), Andora - אנדורה (Hebrew), Andora - アンドラ (Japanese), Andóra (Irish), Anḍorā - अन्डोरा (Hindi, Marathi), Anḍōrā - అండోరా (Telugu), Andoro (Esperanto), Andorra (Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Galician, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Low Saxon, Norwegian, Maltese, Latin, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Võro), Andorra - Андорра (Russian, Ukrainian), Andorre (French), અંડોરા (Gujarati), এন্ডোরা (Bengali)
Angola Ān'gēlā - 安哥拉 (Mandarin Chinese), Angkóla - Ανγκόλα (Greek), Angola (Afrikaans, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish, Serbian, Võro), Angola - Ангола (Bulgarian, Russian), Angola - אנגולה (Hebrew), Angōlā - అంగోలా(Telugu), Angolo (Esperanto), Angora - アンゴラ (Japanese)
Anguilla Angira - アンギラ (Japanese)
Antigua and Barbuda Anchigua Bābūda - アンチグア・バーブーダ (Japanese), Āndìguā-Bābùdá - 安地瓜-巴布達 / 安地瓜-巴布达 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Antiga i Barbuda (Catalan), Antigua a Barbuda (Czech, Slovak), Antigua at Barbuda (Filipino/Tagalog), Antigua agus Barbuda (Scots Gaelic), Antigua e Barbuda (Italian), Antígua e Barbuda (Portuguese), Antigua en Barbuda (Afrikaans, Dutch), Antigua és Barbuda (Hungarian), Antigua-et-Barbuda (French), Antigua e Barbuda (Galician), 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, Ukrainian), Antigua ja Barbuda (Estonian, Finnish, Võro), Antigua och Barbuda (Swedish), Antigua og Barbuda (Danish, 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, Serbian), Antigva in Barbuda (Slovene), Antigva ir Barbuda (Lithuanian), Ānṭigvā mariyu Bārbuḍā - ఆంటిగ్వా మరియు బార్బుడా (Telugu), Antigvo-Barbudo (Esperanto), Antigwa u Barbuda (Maltese) Antyhua i Barbuda - Антыгуа і Барбуда (Belarusian), Enṭiguvā āṇi Barbūḍā - एन्टिगुवा आणि बर्बूडा (Marathi), Enṭiguvā aur Barbuḍā - एन्टिगुवा और बर्बुडा (Hindi), એંટિગુવા અને બર્બુડા (Gujarati), এন্টিগুয়া pronounced Anti-goo-a (Bengali)
Argentina Āgēntǐng - 阿根廷 (Chinese), An Airgintín - (Irish), Arc'hantina (Breton), Areuhentina/Arŭhent'ina - 아르헨티나 (Korean), Argentiina (Finnish), Argentina (Bosnian, Czech, Croatian, Danandiese, Danish, Estonian, Italian, Latin, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Romanian, Scots Gaelic, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Serbian, Võro), Argentina - ארגנטינה (Hebrew), Arġentina (Maltese), Argjentina (Albanian), Arxentina (Asturian, Galician), Argentina - Аргентина (Russian, Ukrainian, Serbian and Macedonian), Argentína (Hungarian, Slovak), Argentine (French), Argentine - אַרגענטינע (Yiddish), Argentinië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Argentinien (German), Argentiní - Aργεντινή (Greek), Argentino (Esperanto), Argentinska (Lower Sorbian), Argentyna (Polish), Arhentina (Filipino/Tagalog), Arhentyna - Аргэнтына (Belarusian), yr Ariannin (Welsh), Arjantin (Turkish), Ārjanṭinā - आर्जन्टिना (Hindi, Marathi), Arjenṭīnā - అర్జెంటీనా (Telugu), Aruzenchin - アルゼンチン (Japanese), Arzhentina - Аржентина (Bulgarian), આર્જંટિના (Gujarati)
Armenia Airmìnia (Scots Gaelic), an Airméin (Irish), Armanestân - ارمنستان (Persian), Armeenia (Estonian), Armeeniä (Võro), Armènia (Catalan), Armenía - Αρμενία (Greek), Armenia (Albanian, Breton, Finnish, Galician, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Welsh), Armênia (Brazilian Portuguese), Arménia (Portuguese), Armenië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Arménie (Czech, French), Armenien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Swedish), Armenija (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Armenija - Армэнія (Belarusian), Armėnija (Lithuanian), Armenio or Armenujo (Esperanto), Armeniya - Армения (Bulgarian, Russian), Armenja (Maltese), Arménsko (Slovak), Armeniya - ארמניה (Hebrew), Armenye - אַרמעניע (Yiddish), Ārminiyā - आर्मिनिया (Hindi, Marathi), Ārmēniyā - ఆర్మేనియా (Telugu), Armīnyā - ارمينيا (Arabic, Urdu), Arumenia - アルメニア (Japanese), Ermenistan (Turkish), Ermənistan (Azeri), Hayastan - Հայաստան (Armenian), Jermenija (Macedonian, Serbian), Örményország (Hungarian), Somkheti - სომხეთი (Georgian), Sasomkheti - სასომხეთი (Georgian variant), Virmenija - Вірменія (Ukrainian), Yàměiníyà - 亚美尼亚 / 亞美尼亞 (Mandarin Chinese), આર્મીનિયા (Gujarati)
Aruba Aruba - アルバ (Japanese)
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), Āsṭrēliyā - ఆస్ట్రేలియా (Telugu), Austraalia (Estonian, Võro), Australia (Albanian, Finnish, Galician, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Spanish), Austràlia (Catalan), Austrália (Portuguese, Slovak), Austrálie (Czech), Australië (Afrikaans, Dutch), Australie (French), Australien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Swedish), Australija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Serbian), Aŭstralija - Аўстралія (Belarusian), Aŭstralio (Esperanto), Awstralja (Maltese), Awstralya (Filipino/Tagalog), Ausztrália (Hungarian), Avstralija (Slovene), Avstraliya - Австралия (Bulgarian, Russian), Avstraliya - Австралія (Ukrainian), Avustralya (Turkish), Awstralia (Welsh), Awstralja (Maltese), Awstralska (Lower Sorbian), Gōshū - 豪州 (former Japanese), Hoju - 호주 (former Korean), Oseuteureillia/Osŭt'ŭreillia - 오스트레일리아 (Korean), Ōsutoraria - オーストラリア (Japanese), Osṭreliyā - ओस्ट्रेलिया (Hindi, Marathi), Ostraliya - אוסטרליה (Hebrew), Oystralye - אױסטראַליע (Yiddish), Ozza (Ozztralya) (Danandiese), ઓસ્ટ્રેલિયા (Gujarati), অস্ট্রেলিয়া (Bengali), اسٹریلیا (Urdu)
Austria Afstría - Αυστρία (Greek), Àodìlì - 奧地利/奥地利 (Mandarin Chinese), Àoguó - 奧國 / 奥国 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Aostria (Breton), Āsṭriyā - ఆస్ట్రియా (Telugu), Austri (Albanian), Austria (Basque, Estonian, Galician, Italian, Latin, Polish, Romanian, Romansh, Spanish, Võro), Àustria (Catalan), Áustria (Portuguese), Austrija (Bosnian, Croatian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Serbian), Aŭstrio or Aŭstrujo (Esperanto), Aŭstryja - Аўстрыя (Belarusian), Austurríki (Icelandic), Ausztria (Hungarian), Autriche (French), Avstrija (Slovene), Avstriya - Австрия (Bulgarian, Russian), Avstriya - Австрія (Ukrainian), Avusturya (Turkish), Awstria (Welsh), Awstrija (Maltese) , Avstrija (Macedonian), Awstrija (Maltese), Awstriska (Lower Sorbian), Eastenryk (Frisian), Estraykh - עסטרײַך (Yiddish), Itävalta (Finnish), Nimsā - النمسا (Arabic), Oostenrijk (Dutch), Oostenryk (Afrikaans), Öösterriek (Low Saxon),Oseuteuria/Osŭt'ŭria - 오스트리아 (Korean), an Ostair (Irish), an Ostaire (Scots Gaelic), Österreich (German), Österrike (Swedish), Østerrike (Norwegian), Østrig (Danish), Osṭriyā - ओस्ट्रिया (Hindi, Marathi), Ostriya - אוסטריה (Hebrew), Ōsutoria - オーストリア or Ōsutorī - オーストリー (Japanese), Rakousko (Czech), Rakúsko (Slovak), Rakusy (former Polish), ઓસ્ટ્રિયા (Gujarati), অস্ট্রিয়া (Bengali), اسٹریا (Urdu)
Azerbaijan Adrbejan (Armenian), Ajarbaijān - అజర్‍బైజాన్ (Telugu), Āsàibàijiāng - 阿塞拜疆 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), an Asarbaiseáin (Irish), Asarbaidean (Scots Gaelic), Aserbaidschan (German), Aserbaidžaan (Estonian), Aserbaijan (Welsh), Aserbajdsjan (Danish, Norwegian), Asõrbaidsaan (Võro), Azarbeyjān - अज़रबेयजान (Hindi, Marathi), Azerbaidjan (Breton, Catalan, Romanian), Azerbaïdjan (French), Azerbaidžan (Finnish), Acerbaixán (Galician), Azerbaidžanas (Lithuanian), Azerbaidzania (Latin), Azerbaigian (Italian), Ażerbajġan (Maltese), Azerbaijani - აზერბაიჯანი (Georgian), Azerbaijão (Portuguese), Azerbaiyán (Spanish), Ázerbajdžán (Czech), Azerbajdžan (Slovak, Slovene), Azerbajdžan - Азэрбайджан (Belarusian), Azerbajdzjan (Swedish), Azerbajdzsán (Hungarian), Azerbajgjani (Albanian), Azerbajĝano (Esperanto), Azərbaycan (Azeri), Azerbaydzhan - Азербайджан (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Azerbaijan - אזרבייג'ן (Hebrew), Azerbeidzjan (Afrikaans, Dutch), Azerbeijão (Portuguese alternative), Azerbejdżan (Polish), Azerbejdžan (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian), Azerbaycan (Turkish), Azermpaïtzán - Αζερμπαϊτζάν (Greek), Azerubaijan - アゼルバイジャン (Japanese), Yàsàibàirán - 亞塞拜然 / 亚塞拜然 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), અજરબેયજાન (Gujarati), আজেরবাইজান or Ajerbaijan (Bengali)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Bahamas Baamas (Portuguese), Bachámes - Μπαχάμες (Greek), Bagamy - Багамы (Russian), Bahama (Estonian, Indonesian, Turkish, Võro), Bahama or Bahamasaaret (Finnish), Bāhāmǎ - 巴哈馬 / 巴哈马 (Mandarin Chinese), Bahama - בהאמה (Hebrew), Bahama - バハマ (Japanese), Bahamas (Breton, Danish, French, German, Interlingua, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese alternative, Spanish, Swedish), Baħamas (Maltese), Bahamās - బహమాస్ (Telugu), Bahama's (Dutch), na Bahàmas (Scots Gaelic), Bahama-szigetek (Hungarian), Bahames (Catalan), Bahami (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene), Bahami - Багами (Ukrainian), Bahamoj (Esperanto), Bahamos (Lithuanian), Bahamski ostrovi - Бахамски острови (Bulgarian), Bahamy (Czech, Polish, Slovak), Bahamy - Багамы (Belarusian), Insulae Bahamenses (Latin), বাহামা দ্বীপপুঞ্জ or Bahama Dip-punjo (islands) (Bengali)
Bahrain Bachrania (Latin), Bachréin - Μπαχρέιν (Greek), Bachrejn - Бахрэйн (Belarusian), al-Bahrain - البحرين (Arabic), Bahrain - بحرين (ٗUrdu), Bahrain (Breton, Danish, Finnish, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Scots Gaelic, Swedish, Welsh), Bahrain - बहरैन (Hindi, Marathi), Bahrain - బహ్రైన్ (Telugu), Bahrajn (Czech, Slovak, Slovene), Bahrein (Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Dutch, Estonian, Hungarian, Serbian, Spanish, Võro), Bakhreyn - בחריין (Hebrew), Bahreinas (Lithuanian), Bahreïn (French), Baħrejn (Maltese), Bahreyn (Turkish), Bahreyn - Бахрейн (Bulgarian), Bakhreyn - Бахрейн (Russian, Ukrainian), Bālín - 巴林 (Mandarin Chinese), Barein (Brazilian Portuguese), Bareine (Brazilian Portuguese alternative, Baharem (Brazilian Portuguese alternative), Barejno (Esperanto), Barém (Portuguese), Bārēn - バーレーン (Japanese), બહરૈન (Gujarati), বাহরাইন (Bengali)
Bangladesh Bangklantés - Μπανγκλαντές (Greek), Bangladeche (Portuguese alternative=, Bangladeis (Scots Gaelic), Bangladeš (Bosnian, Croatian, Slovene), Bangladéš (Czech, Slovak), Banglades (Hungarian), Bangladeş (Turkish), Bangladešas (Lithuanian), Bangladesch (German), Bangladesh (Breton, Catalan, Estonian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Bangladesh - Бангладеш (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian), Bangladesh - בנגלדש (Hebrew), Bangladeshi (Albanian), Banglādēsh - బంగ్లాదేశ్ (Telugu),Bānglādesh - بنگلہ دیش(Urdu), Bānglādesh - बांग्लादेश (Hindi, Marathi), Bânglâdesh - বাংলাদেশ (Bengali), Bangladesia (Latin), Bangladeŝo (Esperanto), Bangladesz (Polish), Bangladexx (Maltese), Banguradeshu - バングラデシュ (Japanese), Banhladeš - Бангладэш (Belarusian), Mèngjiālā - 孟加拉 (Mandarin Chinese), બાંગ્લાદેશ (Gujarati)
Barbados Bābāduōsī 巴巴多斯 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Bābèiduō - 巴貝多 / 巴贝多 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Barbade (French), Barbado (Esperanto), Barbados (Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Italian, Maltese, Spanish, Portuguese, Slovenian), Barbados - Барбадос (Bulgarian, Russian), Barbados - ברבדוס (Hebrew), Barbadosas (Lithuanian), Barbántos - Μπαρμπάντος (Greek), Bārbadōs - బార్బడోస్ (Telugu), বারবাডোস or Bahr-bah-dos (Bengali), Barubadosu - バルバドス (Japanese)
Belarus Bái'èluósī - 白俄羅斯 / 白俄罗斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Baltarusija or Gudija (Lithuanian), Baltkrievija (Latvian), Bealarus or An Ruis Geal (Scots Gaelic), Belarus - Беларус (Bulgarian), Belarus or Wit-Rusland (Dutch), Belarus or Weißrussland (German), Belarus (Breton, Maltese), Belarus בלרוס / Rusiya ha'Levana - רוסיה הלבנה (Hebrew), Belarusz or Fehéroroszország (Hungarian), Belarws (Welsh), Bellorusia (Albanian), Belorusija (Slovene, Serbian), Belorusio (Esperanto), 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), Belarus, Bielorrússia, Bielo-Rússia or Rússia Branca (Portuguese), Bielorusko (Slovak), Bielorússia or Rússia Blanca (Catalan), Bielorussia (Italian), Biélorussie (French), Bilorus' - Білорусь (Ukrainian), Bjelorusija (Bosnian, Croatian), Hviderusland (Danish), Hvíta-Rússland (Icelandic), Hviterussland (Norwegian), Lefkorosía - Λευκορωσία (Greek), Russie Blanche (French alternate), Ruthenia Alba (Latin), Valgevene (Estonian), Valgõvinne (Võro), Valko-Venäjä (Finnish), Vitryssland (Swedish), Weißruthenien (German, before 1945), Wit-Rusland (Dutch alternate), Wittrussland (Low Saxon), বেলারুশ or Belaroosh (Bengali)
Belgium A' Bheilg (Scots Gaelic), Belçika (Turkish), Beldjike (Walloon), Belgia (Breton, Estonian, Finnish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian), Belgiä (Võro), Belgiya - בלגיה (Hebrew), Belgia or Belgica (Latin variants), Bèlgica (Catalan), Bélgica (Portuguese, Spanish), Belgicko (Slovak), België (Afrikaans, Dutch), Belgie (Czech), Belgie - 벨기에 (Korean), Belgien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Swedish), Beļģija (Latvian), Belgija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Slovene), Belgika (Basque), Belgio (Esperanto, Italian), Belgique (French), Belgiska (Lower Sorbian), Belgium (Hungarian, Latin), Belgiya - Белгия (Bulgarian), Belgiya - Бельгия (Russian), Bel'giya - Бельгія (Ukrainian), Belgje (Frisian), Belgjikë (Albanian), Belġju (Maltese), Belgye - בעלגיע (Yiddish), Belhija - Бэльгія (Belarusian), Belhika (Filipino/Tagalog), Beljiyam - बेल्जियम (Hindi, Marathi), Bélxica (Asturian, Galician), Berugī - ベルギー (Japanese), an Bheilg (Irish), Bǐlìshí - 比利時 / 比利时 (Mandarin Chinese), Gwlad Belg (Welsh), Vélgio - Βέλγιο (Greek), બેલ્જિયમ (Gujarati), বেলজিয়াম (Bengali), بیلجیم (Urdu)
Belize Bèilǐsī - 貝里斯 / 贝里斯 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Belice (Catalan, Spanish), Belìos (Scots Gaelic), Belîs (Welsh), Beliz - Бэліз (Belarusian), Beliz - Белиз (Bulgarian, Russian), Beliz - Беліз (Ukrainian), Belíz - Μπελίζ (Greek), Belīz - बेलीज़ (Hindi, Marathi), Beliz - בליז (Hebrew), Beliza (Latin), Belizas (Lithuanian), Belize (Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Belizo (Esperanto), Berīzu - ベリーズ (Japanese), Bólìzī - 伯利茲 / 伯利兹 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), બેલીજ (Gujarati)-

Formerly British Honduras

Benin Bèiníng - 貝寧 / 贝宁 (Mandarin Chinese), Benim (Portuguese), Bénin (French), Benin (Croatian, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, German, Interlingua, Italian, Maltese, Polish, Slovene), Benin - Бенин (Bulgarian, Russian), Benín (Spanish), Benín - Μπενίν (Greek), Benin - בנין (Hebrew), Benin - ベニン (Japanese), Beninas (Lithuanian), Benino (Esperanto)

Formerly Dahomey

Bermuda Bamyūda Shotō - バミューダ諸島 (Japanese)
Bhutan Bhoetan (Afrikaans), Bhoutan (Breton, French), Bhutan (Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Italian, German, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish, Turkish), Bhután (Hungarian, Slovak), Bhútán (Czech), Bhūtān - بھوٹان (Urdu), Bhūtān - भूटान (Hindi, Marathi), Bhutano (Esperanto), Bhwtan (Welsh), Boután - Μπουτάν (Greek), Bùdān - 不丹 (Chinese), Butan (Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene), Butan - Бутан (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Butàn (Scots Gaelic), Bután (Spanish), Butan - בוטאן (Hebrew), Būtan - ブータン (Japanese), Butanas (Lithuanian), Butano (Esperanto), Butanum (Latin), Butão (Portuguese), Druk Yul (Dzongkha), ભુટાન (Gujarati), ভুটান (Bengali)
Bolivia Balivija - Балівія (Belarusian), Boilibhia (Scots Gaelic), Bolifia (Welsh), Boliivia (Estonian, Võro), Bolivia (Albanian, Breton, Danish, Finnish, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Spanish, Swedish), Bolívia (Catalan, Hungarian, Portuguese, Slovak), Bolívie (Czech), Bolivie (French), Bolivië (Dutch), Bolivija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Slovene), Bolivien (German), Bolivio (Esperanto), Boliviya - Боливия (Bulgarian, Russian), Boliviya - Болівія (Ukrainian), Boliviyā - बोलिविया (Hindi, Marathi), Bolivja (Maltese), Bolivya (Turkish), Boliviya - בוליביה (Hebrew), Bōlìwéiyà - 玻利維亞 / 玻利维亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Boliwia (Polish), Boribia - ボリビア (Japanese), Volivía - Βολιβία (Greek), બોલિવિયા (Gujarati)
Bosnia-Herzegovina an Bhoisnia-Heirseagaivéin (Irish), Boisnia-Heirseagoibhìna (Scots Gaelic), 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 dhe Hercegovina (Albanian), Bosna Hersek (Turkish), Bosna i Hertsegovina - Босна и Херцеговина (Bulgarian), Bosna in Hercegovina (Slovene), Bosnia a Hertsegofina (Welsh), Bosnia-Erzegovina (Italian), Bosnia et Herzegovina (Latin), Bosnia ha Herzegovina (Breton), Bosna i Hercegovina (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian), Bosnia-Hercegovina (Norwegian), Bosnía og Hersegóvína (Icelandic), Bosnië en Herzegovina (Dutch), Bosnië-Herzegovina (Afrikaans), Bosnien og Herzegovina or Bosnien-Herzegovina (Danish), Bosnija ir Hercegovina (Lithuanian), Bosznia és Hercegovina (Hungarian), Bosnia-Herzegovina (Basque, Maltese), Bòsnia-Herzegovina (Catalan), Bósnia-Herzegovina, Bósnia e Herzegovina (Portuguese), Bośnia i Hercegowina (Polish), Bosnia ja Hertsegoviina (Estonian, Võro), Bosnia ja Hertsegovina or Bosnia-Hertsegovina (Finnish), Bosnia y Herzegovina (Spanish), Bosnie-Herzégovine (French), Bosnien-Herzegowina (Low Saxon), Bosnien-Herzegowina or Bosnien und Herzegowina (German), Bosnien och Hercegovina (Swedish), Bośnija i Hercahavina - Босьнія і Герцагавіна (Belarusian), Bosnio kaj Hercegovino (Esperanto), Bosniya i Gertsegovina - Босния и Герцеговина (Russian), Bosniya Hertzogovina - בוסניה הרצוגובינה (Hebrew), Bosunia Herutsegobina - ボスニア・ヘルツェゴビナ (Japanese), Vosnía kai Erzegovíni - Βοσνία και Ερζεγοβίνη (Greek)
Botswana (British) Bechuanaland (former name in English), Bócíwǎnà - 博茨瓦納 / 博茨瓦纳 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Bocvana (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovene), Bocvano (Esperanto), Botsouána - Μποτσουάνα (Greek), Botsuana (Asturian, Latin, Portuguese, Scots Gaelic), Botsuana - Ботсуана (Bulgarian), Botsuwana - ボツワナ (Japanese), Botsvana (Lithuanian, Turkish), Botsvana - Ботсвана (Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian), Boṭsvānā - बोत्स्वाना (Hindi, Marathi), Botswana (Breton, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese alternative, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Botsvana - בוצוואנה (Hebrew), Bōzhánà - 波扎那 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), બોટ્સ્વાના (Gujarati)
Brazil Bāxī - 巴西 (Mandarin Chinese), Beurijil/Pŭrajil (Korean), Braisil (Scots Gaelic), Brasiilia (Estonian, Võro), Brasil (Catalan, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Welsh), Brasile (Italian), Brasilia (Finnish, Latin), Brasilía (Icelandic), Brasilië (Afrikaans), Brasilien (Danish, German, Swedish), Brazil (Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Serbian), Brazil - ברזיל (Hebrew), Brāzīl - برازیل (Urduٗ), Brāzīl - ब्राज़ील (Hindi, Marathi), Brażil (Maltese), Brazili (Albanian), Brazilia (Romanian), Brazília (Hungarian, Slovak), Brazílie (Czech), Brazilië (Dutch), Brazilija (Lithuanian, Slovene), Braziliya - Бразилия (Bulgarian, Russian), Brazilo (Esperanto), Brazilska (Lower Sorbian), Brazylia (Polish), Brazylija - Бразылія (Belarusian), Brésil (French), Brezilya (Turkish), Burajiru - ブラジル (Japanese), Vrazilía - Βραζιλία (Greek), બ્રાજીલ (Gujarati)
British Virgin Islands Igirisu-ryō Vājin Shotō - イギリス領ヴァージン諸島 (Japanese)
Brunei Broenei (Afrikaans), Brounéi - Μπρουνέι (Greek), Brunei (Croatian, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Brunej (Maltese, Slovene, Serbian), Brunejo (Esperanto), Brunėjus (Lithuanian), Bruney - Бруней (Bulgarian, Russian), Bruney - ברונאיי (Hebrew), Burunei - ブルネイ (Japanese), Wénlái - 文萊 / 文莱 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Wènlái - 汶萊 / 汶莱 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan)
Bulgaria Bălgariya - България (Bulgarian), Balgerīyā - बल्गेरीया (Hindi, Marathi), Bǎojiālìyà - 保加利亞 / 保加利亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Baŭharyja - Баўгарыя (Belarusian), Bugarija - Бугарија (Macedonian), an Bhulgáir (Irish), Bolgarija (Slovene), Bolgariya - Болгария (Russian), Bolgariya - Болгарія (Ukrainian), Bugarska (Croatian, Serbian), Bulgaaria (Estonian, Võro), Bulgàiria (Scots Gaelic), Bulgareti - ბულგარეთი (Georgian), Bulgaria (Basque, Breton, Finnish, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Romanian, Spanish), Bulgària (Catalan), Bulgária (Hungarian, Portuguese), Búlgaría (Icelandic), Bułgaria (Polish), Bulgarie (French), Bulgarien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Swedish), Bulgārija (Latvian), Bulgarija (Lithuanian), Bulgarije (Dutch), Bulgario (Esperanto), Bulgaristan (Turkish), Bulgariya - בולגריה (Hebrew), Bulgarija (Maltese), Bulgarska (Lower Sorbian), Bulgarya (Filipino/Tagalog), Bulgarye (Afrikaans), Bulgarye - בולגאַריע (Yiddish), Bulharsko (Czech, Slovak), Bullgaria (Albanian), Burugaria - ブルガリア (Japanese), Bwlgaria (Welsh), Voulgaría - Βουλγαρία (Greek), બલ્ગેરીયા (Gujarati)
Burkina Faso 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), Burkina Fasas (Lithuanian), Burkina Faso (Croatian, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Maltese, Portuguese alternative, Slovenian, Spanish, Serbian), Burkina-Faso - Буркина-Фасо (Bulgarian, Russian), Burkino (Esperanto), Burquina Faso (Portuguese), Burkina Faso - בורקינה פאסו (Hebrew), Burukina Faso - ブルキナ・ファソ (Japanese)

Former name: Alto Volta (Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Áno Vólta - Άνω Βόλτα (Greek), Haute-Volta (French), Obervolta (German), Opper-Volta (Dutch), Ōtoboruta - オートボルタ (Japanese), Upper Volta (English)

Burma (see Myanmar)
Burundi Bùlóngdí - 布隆迪 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Burúnti - Μπουρούντι (Greek), Burundi (Croatian, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Maltese, Portuguese, Slovene, Spanish, Serbian), Burundi - Бурунди (Bulgarian, Russian) , Burundis (Lithuanian), Burundo (Esperanto), Burundi - בורונדי (Hebrew), Burunji - ブルンジ (Japanese), Púlóngdì - 蒲隆地 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan)

Alternate forms like Urundi include Ouroundi (French)

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English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Cambodia Cambodge (French), Cambodia (Latin, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Cambodja (Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Portuguese alternative), Cambogia (Italian, Romanian), Camboja (Portuguese), Camboya (Spanish), Cam-pu-chia/Cao Miên (Vietnamese), Jiǎnpǔzhài - 柬埔寨 (Mandarin Chinese), Kamboçya (Turkish), Kamboḍiyā - कम्बोडिया (Hindi, Marathi), Kambodiya - קמבודיה (Hebrew), Kambodja (Afrikaans, Breton, Maltese, Swedish), Kambods'a (Võro), Kambodscha (German), Kambodsja (Norwegian), Kambodža (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene), Kambodża (Polish), Kambodža - Камбоджа (Belarusian), Kambodzha - Камбоджа (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kambodzsa (Hungarian), Kamboĝo (Esperanto), Kamboja (Indonesian), Kambojia - カンボジア (Japanese), Kamboxha (Albanian), Kampótzi - Καμπότζη (Greek), Kampuchea (former English name 1975-1989), Kemboja (Malay), કમ્બોડિયા (Gujarati)
Cameroon Camarões (Portuguese), Camarùn (Scots Gaelic), Cameroun (Danish, French), Camerun (Italian, Romanian), Camerún (Spanish), Camerunia (Latin), Camerwn (Welsh), Kāmàilóng - 喀麥隆 / 喀麦隆 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Kàmàilóng - 喀麥隆 / 喀麦隆 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Kameroen (Afrikaans, Dutch), Kameroun (Breton), Kameroún - Καμερούν (Greek), Kamerun (Albanian, Bosnian, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish), Kamerun - Камерун (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kamerun - Камэрун (Belarusian), Kamerūn - カメルーン (Japanese), Kamerūnas (Lithuanian), Kameruno (Esperanto), Kamerun - קמרון (Hebrew), Kamõrun (Võro)
Canada Canada (Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Canadá (Portuguese, Spanish), Canadà (Catalan), Ca Na Đa/Gia Nã Đại (Vietnamese), Jiānádà - 加拿大 (Mandarin Chinese), Kanada - קנדה (Hebrew), Kanada/K'anada - 카나다 or Kaenada/K'aenada - 캐나다 (Korean), Kanada (Afrikaans, Bosnian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian, Lower Sorbian, Low Saxon, Malay, Maltese, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Kanada - カナダ (Japanese), Kanada - Канада (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kanāda (Latvian), Kanadás - Καναδάς (Greek), Kanadë (Albanian), Kanado (Esperanto), Keneḍā - केनेडा (Hindi, Marathi), કેનેડા (Gujarati), Keneḍā - کینیڈا (Urdu)
Cape Verde Cabo Verde (Estonian, Portuguese, Spanish, Võro), Cabu Verde (Asturian), Cap Ferde (Welsh), Cap Verd (Catalan), Cape Verde (Polish variant, Scots Gaelic, Turkish), Capo Verde (Italian), Capul Verde (Romanian), Cap-Vert (French), Fódéjiǎo - 佛得角 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Grænhöfðaeyjar (Icelandic), Kābo Berude - カーボ・ベルデ (Japanese), Kaap Verde (Afrikaans), Kaapverdië (Dutch), Kaba-Verde - Каба-Вэрдэ (Belarusian), Kabo Verde - Кабо Верде (Bulgarian), Kabo-Verde - Кабо-Верде (Russian, Ukrainian), Kabo-Verdo (Esperanto), Kap-Glas (Breton), Kapp Verde (Norwegian), Kap Verde (Danish, Finnish, German, Swedish), Kape Verde (Maltese), Kef Verde - כף ורדה (Hebrew), Kapverdy (Czech, Slovak), Prásino Akrotírio - Πράσινο Ακρωτήριο (Greek), Tanjung Verde (Indonesian), Wéidéjiǎo - 維德角 / 维德角 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Wyspy Zielonego Przylądka (Polish), Kapverdski otoci (Croatian), Zelenortska Ostrva (Serbian), Zelenortski otoki (Slovene), Zöld-foki Szigetek (Hungarian), Žaliasis Kyšulys (Lithuanian)
Cayman Islands Keiman Shotō - ケイマン諸島 (Japanese), Kepulauan Cayman (Indonesian)
Central African Republic Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (Dutch), Centr-Afrika Respubliko (Esperanto), Centralafrikanska republiken (Swedish), Centralnaja Afrykanskaja Respublika - Цэнтральная Афрыканская Рэспубліка (Belarusian), Centralnoafrička Republika (Serbian), Centrinės Afrikos Respublika (Lithuanian), Chūō Afurika Kyōwakoku - 中央アフリカ共和国 (Japanese), Cong Hoa Trung Phi (Vietnamese), Den Centralafrikanske Republik (Danish), Den sentralafrikanske republikk (Norwegian), Gweriniaeth Canol Affrica (Welsh), Kentroafrikanikí Dimokratía - Κεντροαφρικανική Δημοκρατία (Greek), Kesk-Aafrika Vabariik (Estonian), Kesk-Afriga Vabariik (Võro), Keski-Afrikan Tasavalta (Finnish), Poblachd Meadhan Afraga (Scots Gaelic), Repubblica Centroafricana (Italian), Republica Centrafricană (Romanian), República Centroafricana (Spanish), República Centro-Africana (Portuguese), Republik Afrika Tengah (Indonesian), Republik Kreizafrika (Breton), ha'Republika ha'Merkaz Afrikayit - הרפובליקה המרכז אפריקאית (Hebrew), Republika ng Gitnang Aprika (Filipino/Tagalog), Republika Środkowoafrykańska (Polish), République centrafricaine (French), Respublica Mediae Africae (Latin), Sentraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (Afrikaans), Srednjeafriška republika (Slovene), Srednjoafrička Republika (also Centralnoafrička Republika) (Croatian), Středoafrická republika (Czech), Stredoafrická republika (Slovak), Tsentralno-Afrikanskaya Respublika - Центрально-Африканская Республика (Russian), Tsentralnoafrikanska republika - Централноафриканска република (Bulgarian), Zentralafrikanische Republik (German), Zhōngfēi Gònghéguó - 中非共和國 / 中非共和国 (Mandarin Chinese),Orta Afrika Cumhuriyeti (Turkish)

Formerly, Central African Empire

Chad Čad (Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene), Čad - Чад (Belarusian), Çad (Turkish), Cāḍ - चाड (Hindi, Marathi), Čadas (Lithuanian), Ĉado (Esperanto), Çadi (Albanian), Chad (Maltese, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Welsh), Chad - Чад (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Chad - צ׳ד (Hebrew), Chade (Portuguese), Chádé - 查德 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Chado - チャド (Japanese), Ciad (Italian, Romanian), Csád (Hungarian), Czad (Polish), Tchad (Breton, Danish, French, Swedish), Tsaad (Võro), Tšaad (Estonian), Tšad (Finnish), Tsant - Τσαντ (Greek), Tschad (German), Tshād - تشاد (Arabic), Tsjaad (Dutch), Tsjad (Afrikaans, Norwegian), Txad (Catalan), Tzadia (Latin), Zhàdé - 乍得 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), ચાડ (Gujarati), Cāḍ - چاڈ (Urdu)
Chile Chile (Breton, Czech, Danish, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish), Chile - צ׳ילה (Hebrew), Chili (Dutch, French), Chili - Чили (Bulgarian, Russian), Chilia (Latin), Chille/Ch'ille (Korean), Chiri - チリ (Japanese), Cile (Italian), Čile (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene), Čilė (Lithuanian), Ċile (Maltese), Ĉilio (Esperanto), Čyli - Чылі (Belarusian), Hilí - Χιλή (Greek), Kili (Albanian), Şili (Turkish), Tsiili (Võro), Tšiili (Estonian), Tilì (Scots Gaelic), Trí Lợi (Vietnamese), Tsili (Welsh), Xile (Catalan), Zhìlì - 智利 (Mandarin Chinese)
China China (Dutch, German, Low Saxon, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), Chinastan (Armenian), Chine (French), Chineti - ჩინეთი (Georgian), Chinska (Lower Sorbian), Chiny (Polish), Çin (Turkish), Cīn - चीन (Hindi), Cīn - چین (Urdu), Cina (Indonesian, Italian), Čína (Czech, Slovak), Ċina (Maltese), Ĉinio (Esperanto), Hiina (Estonian, Võro), Chūgoku - 中国 (Japanese), Jungguk/Chungguk - 중국 (Korean), Khine - כינע (Yiddish), Kiina (Finnish), Kina (Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, Norwegian, Serbian, Swedish), Kína - Κίνα (Greek), Kína (Hungarian, Icelandic), Kinija (Lithuanian), Kitaj - Кітай (Belarusian), Kitajska (Slovene), Kitay - Китай (Bulgarian, Russian), Kytay - Китай (Ukrainian), Sin - סין (Hebrew), an tSín (Irish), Sina (Breton, Latin), Sìona (Scots Gaelic), Sjina (Afrikaans, Limburgish), Tiongkok (Indonesian), Trung Quốc (Vientamese), Tseina (Welsh), Tsina (Filipino/Tagalog), Xina (Catalan), Zhōngguó - 中國 / 中国 (Chinese)
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 Kurisumasu-tō - クリスマス島 (Japanese)
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Kokosu Shotō - ココス諸島 (Japanese)
Colombia Colombia (Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Italian, Norwegian, Scots Gaelic, Spanish, Swedish, Võro, Welsh), Colòmbia (Catalan), Colômbia (Portuguese), Colombie (French), Columbia (Latin, Romanian), Gēlúnbǐyǎ - 哥倫比亞 / 哥伦比亚 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Gēlúnbǐyà - 哥倫比亞 / 哥伦比亚 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Kalumbija - Калюмбія (Belarusian), Kolombia (Albanian, Indonesian, Breton), Kolombio (Esperanto), Kolombiya (Turkish), Kolombja (Maltese), Kolomvía - Κολομβία (Greek), Kolumbia (Finnish, Hungarian, Polish, Slovak), Kolumbie (Czech), Kolumbien (German), Kolumbija (Bosnian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Serbian, Slovene), Kolombiya - קולומביה (Hebrew), Kolumbiya - Колумбия (Bulgarian, Russian), Kolumbiya - Колумбія (Ukrainian), Kolumbja (Maltese), Korombia - コロンビア (Japanese)
Comoros Comoras (Spanish), Comore (Italian), Comoren (Dutch), Comorerne (Danish), Comores (Catalan, French, Portuguese), Comore-szigetek (Hungarian), Comoros (Turkish, Portuguese alternative, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Gěmó - 葛摩 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan) Insulae Comorianae (Latin), Kamorskija vyspy - Каморскія выспы (Belarusian), Kēmóluó - 科摩羅 / 科摩罗 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Komoorid (Estonian), Komooriq (Võro), Komorai (Lithuanian), Komoren (Dutch alternate, German), Komorene (Norwegian), Komorerna (Swedish), Komóres - Κομόρες (Greek), Komorez (Breton), Komori (Bosnia, Comorian, Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian), Komorit (Finnish), Komoro (Indonesian), Komoro - קומורו (Hebrew), Komoro - コモロ (Japanese), Komoroj (Esperanto), Komorskiye ostrova - Коморские острова (Russian), Komorski ostrovi - Коморски острови (Bulgarian), Komorski ostrovy Коморскі острови (Ukrainian), Komory (Czech, Polish, Slovak), al-Kumur (Arabic)
Congo Congo (Dutch alternate, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Gāngguǒ - 剛果 / 刚果 (Mandarin Chinese), Kongas (Lithuanian), Kongkó - Κονγκό (Greek), Kongo (Afrikaans, Croatian, Dutch, Esperanto, Estonian, Finnish, German, Maltese, Serbian, Slovenian, Võro), Kongo - Конго (Bulgarian, Russian), Kongo - קונגו (Hebrew), Kongo - コンゴ (Japanese)
Cook Islands Kukinsuloj - (Esperanto), Kukku Shotō - クック諸島 (Japanese)
Costa Rica Costa Rica (Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish), Gēsīdálíjiā - 哥斯達黎加 / 哥斯达黎加 (Mandarin Chinese - PRC), Gēsīdàlíjiā - 哥斯大黎加 (Mandarin Chinese - Taiwan), Kosta Rika (Lithuanian, Maltese), Kósta Ríka - Κόστα Ρίκα (Greek), Kosta Rika - Коста Рика (Bulgarian, Russian), Kosta Rika - קוסטה ריקה (Hebrew), Kostarika (Croatian, Czech, Serbian, Slovenian), Kostariko (Esperanto), Kosutarika - コスタリカ (Japanese)
Côte d'Ivoire Aktí Elefantostoú - Ακτή Ελεφαντοστού (Greek), Aod an Olifant (Breton), Bjelokosna Obala or Obala Bjelokosti (Croatian), Coasta de fildeș (Romanian), Costa d'Avorio (Italian), Costa de Marfil (Spanish), Costa do Marfim (Portuguese), Cote d'Ivoire (Danish), Côte d'Ivoire (French, German, Scots Gaelic, Võro), Dramblio Kaulo Krantas (Lithuanian), Ebur-Bordo (Esperanto), Elefántcsontpart (Hungarian), Elevandiluurannik (Estonian),Elfenbeinküste (former German), Elfenbenskusten (Swedish), Elfenbenskysten (former Danish), Fílabeinsströndin (Icelandic),Fildişi Kıyısı (Turkish), Helfandbeyn-Bortn העלפֿאַנדבײן־באָרטן (Yiddish), Khof-ha'Shenhav - חוף־השנהב (Hebrew), Kosta ta' l-Ivorju (Maltese), Ivoorkus (Afrikaans), Ivoorkust (Dutch), Ivory Coast (English variant), Kētèdíwă - 科特迪瓦 (Mandarin Chinese), Kot D'Ivoar - Кот Д'Ивоар (Bulgarian), Kot d'Ivuar - Кот д’Ивуар (Belarusian, Russian), Kōtojiboāru - コートジボアール (Japanese), Litus Eburneum (Latin), Norsunluurannikko (Finnish), Obala Slonovače (Serbian), Pantai Gading (Indonesian), Pobreží Slonoviny (Czech), Pobrežie Slonoviny (Slovak), Slonokoščena obala (Slovenian), y Traeth Ifori (Welsh), Wybrzeże Kości Słoniowej (Polish), Xiàngyá Hăi'àn - 象牙海岸 (Mandarin Chinese variant)
Croatia Charvatyja - Харватыя (Belarusian), Chorvatsko (Czech), Chorvátsko (Slovak), Chorwacja (Polish), an Chróit (Irish), Croàcia (Catalan), Croácia (Portuguese), Croacia (Spanish), Croatia (Latin, Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Croația (Romanian), Croatie (French), Croazia (Italian), Harvatska - Хърватска (Bulgarian), Hırvatistan (Turkish), Horvaatia (Estonian, Võro), Horvātija (Latvian), Horvátország (Hungarian), Hrvaška (Slovenian) Hrvatska (Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian), 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), Khorvatiya - Хорватия (Russian), Khorvatiya - Хорватія (Ukrainian), Kroaci (Albanian), Kroasia (Indonesian), Kroasië (Afrikaans), Kroatia (Breton, Finnish), Kroatía - Κροατία (Greek), Króatía (Icelandic), Kroatië (Dutch), Kroatien (Danish, German, Low Saxon, Swedish), Kroatija (Lithuanian), Kroatio (Esperanto), Kroatiya - קרואטיה (Hebrew), Kroazia (Basque), Kroazja (Maltese), Kuroachia - クロアチア (Japanese)
Cuba Ciuba (Scots Gaelic), Ciwba (Welsh), Cuba (Asturian, Danish, Dutch, French, Italian, Latin, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish), Cu Ba (Vietnamese), Gǔbā - 古巴 (Mandarin Chinese), Koúva - Κούβα (Greek), Kuba (Albanian, Indonesian, Breton, Croatian, Czech, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovene, Swedish), Kuba - Куба (Belarusian, Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kuba - קובאַ (Yiddish), Kuba - קובה (Hebrew), Küba (Turkish), Kubo (Esperanto), Kuuba (Estonian, Finnish, Võro), Kyūba - キューバ (Japanese)
Cyprus an Chipir (Irish), Chipre (Portuguese, Spanish), Chypre (French), Cìopras or Siopras (Scots Gaelic), Cipar (Croatian), Ciper (Slovenian), Cipro (Italian), Ċipru (Maltese), Cipru (Romanian), Ciprus (Hungarian), Cypern (Danish, Lower Sorbian, Swedish), Cypr (Polish), Cyprus (Dutch, Latin, Slovak, Welsh), Kıbrıs (Turkish), Kipar (Serbian), Kipar - Кипър (Bulgarian), Kipr - Кипр (Russian), Kipr - Кіпр (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Kipra (Latvian), Kipras (Lithuanian), Kiprenez (Breton), Kipro (Esperanto), Kipros (Armenian), Kipros - קיפּראָס (Yiddish), Kiprosi - კიპროსი (Georgian), Kipurosu - キプロス (Japanese), Küpros (Estonian), Küprüs (Võro), Kviprosi - კვიპროსი (Georgian variant), Kypr (Czech), Kypros (Finnish), Kýpros - Κύπρος (Greek), Kýpur (Icelandic), Kafrisin - קפריסין (Hebrew), Qipro (Albanian), Sàipǔlùsī - 塞浦路斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Siprus (Indonesian), Xipre (Catalan), Zipre (Basque), Zypern (German, Low Saxon)
Czech Republic Cechia (Latin variant, Italian), Čechija - Чэхія (Belarusian), Cehia or Republica Cehă (Romanian), Čehija (Latvian), Ĉeĥio (Esperanto), Çekia (Albanian), Čekija (Lithuanian), Çekiye or Çek Cumhuriyeti (Turkish), Češka (Croatian, Slovene), Česká republika or Česko (Czech, Slovak), Češka - Чешка or Češka republika - Чешка република (Serbian), Chekheti - ჩეხეთი (Georgian), Chekhiya - צ'כיה (Hebrew), Chekhiya - Чехия (Bulgarian, Russian), Chekhiya - Чехія (Ukrainian), Cheko - チェコ (Japanese), Chequia or República Checa (Spanish), Chéquia or República Checa (Portuguese), Cộng Hoà Séc (Vietnamese), Csehország (Hungarian), Czechia (English variant) *, Czechy (Polish), Jiékè - 捷克 (Mandarin Chinese), Poblachd nan Sèic (Scots Gaelic), Poblacht na Seice (Irish), Repubblica Ceca (Italian), Repubblika Ċeka (Maltese), Republik Ceko (Indonesian), Tchéquia or República Tcheca (Brazilian Portuguese), Republik Tchek (Breton), République tchèque or Tchéquie (French), Tékkland (Icelandic), Tjeckien (Swedish), Tjekkiet (Danish), Tschechien (Low Saxon), Tschechien or Tschechische Republik (German), Tsehhi (Võro), Tšehhi (Estonian), Tsehía - Τσεχία (Greek), Tšekki or Tšekin tasavalta (Finnish), Tsjechië (Dutch), Tsjechje (Frisian), Tsjeggië (Afrikaans), Tsjekkia (Norwegian), Txekia (Basque), Txèquia (Catalan), y Weriniaeth Tsiec (Welsh), Tzekia (Latin)
*The name Czechia is used in official Czech texts in English, but is not otherwise in common use.

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