Tasmania

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

After the Dutch naval explorer Abel Tasman, who discovered the island and New Zealand in 1642.

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Tasmania

  1. One of the six federal states of Australia, consisting of one large, eponymous and several much smaller islands, off the eastern part of Australia's south coast, having its capital at Hobart.
  2. (historical) The colony that became the state of Tasmania at federation in 1901.
  3. The large island comprising the majority of the state of Tasmania's land area and on which most of its inhabitants live.

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Finnish[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Tasmania

  1. Tasmania

Declension[edit]

Inflection of Tasmania (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative Tasmania
genitive Tasmanian
partitive Tasmaniaa
illative Tasmaniaan
singular plural
nominative Tasmania
accusative nom.? Tasmania
gen. Tasmanian
genitive Tasmanian
partitive Tasmaniaa
inessive Tasmaniassa
elative Tasmaniasta
illative Tasmaniaan
adessive Tasmanialla
ablative Tasmanialta
allative Tasmanialle
essive Tasmaniana
translative Tasmaniaksi
instructive
abessive Tasmaniatta
comitative

Italian[edit]

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Tasmania f

  1. Tasmania

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Polish[edit]

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Tasmania f

  1. Tasmania

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