Austria

See also: Áustria and Àustria

EnglishEdit

 
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Map of Austria

EtymologyEdit

From Latin Austria, a Latinization of Old High German Ostarrîchi (the first element of which means "east" and stems from Proto-Germanic *austraz (eastern), and the second element of which is rīhhi (realm); it, in turn, is a calque of Latin Marchia austriaca (eastern borderland). (See east, eastern for more.)

Distantly cognate to Australia: it derives from the same Proto-Indo-European root, but via Latin, where it came to mean “south” rather than “east”. Compare also Austrasia.

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Austria

  1. A country in Central Europe, a member state of the European Union. Official name: Republic of Austria.

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AcehneseEdit

 
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Austria

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

AragoneseEdit

 
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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

AsturianEdit

 
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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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BasqueEdit

 
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  • IPA(key): /aus̺.trja/, [au̯s̺.t̪rja], [aws̺.t̪rja], [au̯s̺.t̪ɾja], [aws̺.t̪ɾja]

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Austria inan

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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Central Huasteca NahuatlEdit

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Austria

  1. Austria.

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Austria

  1. Austria

ReferencesEdit

  • García Escamilla, Enrique (1994); Historia de México narrada en náhuatl y español. [1], Mexico City.
  • Mancilla Sepúlveda, Héctor. (2000) Lecciones de Nahuatl, Hirata Editorial, México DF.

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Austria

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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Austria

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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ItalianEdit

 
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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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LatinEdit

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(This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.)

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Austria f sg (genitive Austriae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) Austria
    FRANCISCVS I · AVSTRIÆ IMPERATOR[2]
    Francis I · Emperor of Austria

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First-declension noun, singular only.

Case Singular
Nominative Austria
Genitive Austriae
Dative Austriae
Accusative Austriam
Ablative Austriā
Vocative Austria

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PolishEdit

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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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  • Austria in Polish dictionaries at PWN

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Austria f

  1. Obsolete spelling of Áustria
    • 1914, David Lloyd George, A Guerra Europea, Harrison and Sons, page 2:
      Porque é que a Austria e a Prussia não estão cumprindo com a sua parte do contracto ?
      Why are Austria and Prussia not performing the obligations of their bond ?

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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin Austria, a Latinization of Old High German Ostarrîchi, from an element meaning "east" (Proto-Germanic *austrą, compare Swedish öster) + rīhhi (realm) (compare modern German Reich (realm)).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈaustɾja/, [ˈau̯st̪ɾja]

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Austria f

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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Austria

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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Austria

  1. Austria (a country in Europe)

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