-landia

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-landia

  1. (humorous) A fictional or metaphorical place relating to the person or thing being suffixed.
    • 1987, Robert Maccubbin, Tis Nature's Fault: Unauthorized Sexuality during the Enlightenment, p. 235:
      "The action takes place in Fucklandia in the city of Venus-Mound situated on the banks of the Brothela, in the palace of Testiculus."
    • 2008, Paul Fischer, Rita Cheng, and William Taylor, Advanced Accounting, p. 666:
      Keltner Enterprises has acquired an 80% interest in Jacklandia (a foreign company).
    • 2011, Jeff Kahn, You Say Tomato, I Say Shut Up: A Love Story, p. 46:
      I set down a fishy can of tuna, which in Catlandia is as enticing as foie gras to gourmets and shooting speedballs to junkies.

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From English -land

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-landia

  1. -land, land of

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