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Please keep in mind that FYROM is the designation of the country only in English and every non-Anglophone country has its own acronyme. For example, the French one is ARYM, the German EJRM, the Bulgarian and Russian БЮРМ, the Serbo-Croatian БJРМ. It is inadmissible to use FYROM outside the English language. The uſer hight Bogorm converſation 20:42, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
ROM / FYROM
Please note that Wiktionary is not interested in the correct name for that country, just what has been established as having been in use. That is why we have entries for both Republic of Macedonia and Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia as both names have been used for that state. — Carolina wren discussió 20:58, 4 April 2009 (UTC)
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