Japonia

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See also: Iaponia

English[edit]

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New Latin Japonia, also spelled Iaponia.

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Japonia

  1. (obsolete) Japan
    • 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, I.2.4.VI:
      In Japonia, 'tis a common thing to stifle their children if they be poor, or to make an abort, which Aristotle commends.
    • 1702, Jeremy Taylor, Contemplations of the State of Man in this Life, And in That which is to come, 6th ed., p. 193
      THE Tyrants of Japonia invented a ſtrange Torment for thoſe who confeſſed Chriſt

Basque[edit]

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Japonia

  1. Japan

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Latin[edit]

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Japonia f

  1. Alternative spelling of Iaponia

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First declension.

Case Singular
nominative Japonia
genitive Japoniae
dative Japoniae
accusative Japoniam
ablative Japoniā
vocative Japonia

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Polish[edit]

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Japonia f

  1. Japan

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Romanian[edit]

Japonia

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Japonia f

  1. Japan (an archipelago and country off the eastern coast of Asia)