See also: butan, bután, Bután, Bûtan, bütan, and Butän

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Butan

  1. Bhutan (a country in South Asia, in the Himalayas)

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Butan

  1. Bhutan (a country in South Asia, in the Himalayas)

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From Latin butyrum (butter). See also Butter.

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Butan n (strong, genitive Butans, no plural)

  1. butane (the organic compound)

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  • Butan” in Digitales Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache
  • Butan” in Uni Leipzig: Wortschatz-Lexikon
  • Butan” in Duden online
  •   Butan on the German Wikipedia.Wikipedia de

Serbo-Croatian edit

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Probably from Tibetan བོད (bod), from Sanskrit भोटान्त (bhoṭānta, Bhutan).[1]

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Bùtān m (Cyrillic spelling Бу̀та̄н)

  1. Bhutan (a country in South Asia, in the Himalayas)

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  1. ^ Chakravarti, Balaram (1979). A Cultural History of Bhutan. 1. Hilltop. p. 7

Turkish edit

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Probably from Tibetan བོད (bod), from Sanskrit भोटान्त (bhoṭānta, Bhutan).

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Butan

  1. Bhutan (a country in South Asia, in the Himalayas)

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Butan

  1. Bhutan (a country in South Asia, in the Himalayas)

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