Austria

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See also: Áustria and Àustria

English[edit]

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Map of Austria

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Austria, a Latinization of Old High German Ostarrîchi (the first element of which means "east" and stems from Proto-Germanic *austraz ‎(eastern), and the second element of which is rīhhi ‎(realm)); it, in turn, is a translation of Latin Marchia austriaca ‎(eastern borderland). (See east, eastern for more.)

Distantly cognate to Australia: it derives from the same proto-Indo-European root, but via Latin, where it came to mean “south” rather than “east”. Compare also Austrasia.

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Austria

  1. A country in Central Europe, a member state of the European Union. Official name: Republic of Austria (Republik Österreich).

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Acehnese[edit]

Acehnese Wikipedia has an article on:

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Austria

  1. Austria

Aragonese[edit]

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Austria f

  1. Austria

Asturian[edit]

Asturian Wikipedia has an article on:

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Austria f

  1. Austria

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Basque[edit]

Basque Wikipedia has an article on:

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Proper noun[edit]

Austria

  1. Austria

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Estonian[edit]

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Austria

  1. Austria

Galician[edit]

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Austria f

  1. Austria

Italian[edit]

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Austria f

  1. Austria

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Latin[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Austria f ‎(genitive Austriae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) Austria
    FRANCISCVS I · AVSTRIÆ IMPERATOR[1]
    Francis I · Emperor of Austria

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First declension, with locative.
Case Singular
nominative Austria
genitive Austriae
dative Austriae
accusative Austriam
ablative Austriā
vocative Austria
locative Austriae
First declension, with locative.
Case Singular
nominative Austria
genitive Austriæ
dative Austriæ
accusative Austriam
ablative Austriā
vocative Austria
locative Austriæ

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Polish[edit]

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Austria f

  1. Austria

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  • Austria in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Portuguese[edit]

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Austria f

  1. Obsolete spelling of Áustria

Romanian[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Austria

  1. Austria

Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin Austria, a Latinization of Old High German Ostarrîchi, from an element meaning "east" (Proto-Germanic *austrą, compare Swedish öster) + rīhhi ‎(realm) (compare modern German Reich ‎(realm)).

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Austria f

  1. Austria

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Tatar[edit]

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Austria

  1. Austria

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