Dai Nam

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See also: Đại Nam

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From Vietnamese 大南.

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Dai Nam

  1. (historical) Vietnamese territory, especially the Vietnamese state under the Nguyen dynasty from 1802–1945.
    • 2016, Christopher Goscha, The Penguin History of Modern Vietnam, Penguin 2017, p. 62:
      For the time being, French troops withdrew from the north, trade on the Red River resumed, and Dai Nam remained independent, albeit in its reduced form.

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