Lettland

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English[edit]

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From Lett +‎ land.

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Lettland

  1. (rare) The land of the Lettish people; Latvia.
    • 1800, William Tools, View of the Russian Empire:
      [...] homestead of this nation is not the whole of Livonia, but only a part of which is called Lettland; [...]
    • 1922, Automotive Industries - Volume 47:
      The Government of Lettland since July 1 last pays a bonus on farm tractors put into service in that country [...]

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Lettland n

  1. Latvia

Declension[edit]

n8 -land Singular
Indefinite
Nominative Lettland
Accusative
Dative Lettlandi
Genitive Lettlands

German[edit]

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Lettland n ‎(genitive Lettlands)

  1. Latvia

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Icelandic[edit]

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Lettland n

  1. Latvia

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Swedish[edit]

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Lettland n

  1. Latvia