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(late nineteenth century) Attested circa 1850,[1] composed of Ancient Greek Ἰνδός (Indós, Indian) + νῆσος (nêsos, island); initially, in competition with Insulinde, of the same meaning, lexically constructed on a Latin basis, or in reference to the East Indies archipelago.

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Indonesia

  1. A country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia. Official name: Republic of Indonesia (since 1950). Capital: Jakarta.

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  1. ^ J. R. Logan (1850), “The Ethnology of the Indian Archipelago: embracing enquiries into the Continental relations of the Indo-Pacific Islanders”, in J. R. Logan, editor, The Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia, volume 4, Singapore, page 254, 2nd footnote:
    For reasons which will be obvious on reading a subsequent note, I prefer the purely geographical term Indonesia, which is merely a shorter synonym for the Indian Islands or the Indian Archipelago. We thus get Indonesian for Indian Archipelagian or Archipelagic, and Indonesians for Indian Archipelagians or Indian Islanders. I have no affection for the multiplication of semi-grecian words, and would gladly see all the nesias wiped off the map if good Saxon equivalents could be substituted.

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Indonesia f

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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From Indonesian Indonesia.

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Indonesia (Hangul spelling 인도네시아)

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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From English Indonesia.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈindone(ː)s(ː)iɑ/, [ˈindo̞ˌne̞(ː)s̠(ː)iɑ̝]
  • Rhymes: -esiɑ
  • Syllabification(key): In‧do‧ne‧si‧a

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Inflection of Indonesia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
nominative Indonesia Indonesiat
genitive Indonesian Indonesioiden
Indonesioitten
partitive Indonesiaa Indonesioita
illative Indonesiaan Indonesioihin
singular plural
nominative Indonesia Indonesiat
accusative nom. Indonesia Indonesiat
gen. Indonesian
genitive Indonesian Indonesioiden
Indonesioitten
Indonesiainrare
partitive Indonesiaa Indonesioita
inessive Indonesiassa Indonesioissa
elative Indonesiasta Indonesioista
illative Indonesiaan Indonesioihin
adessive Indonesialla Indonesioilla
ablative Indonesialta Indonesioilta
allative Indonesialle Indonesioille
essive Indonesiana Indonesioina
translative Indonesiaksi Indonesioiksi
abessive Indonesiatta Indonesioitta
instructive Indonesioin
comitative See the possessive forms below.
Possessive forms of Indonesia (Kotus type 12/kulkija, no gradation)
first-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative Indonesiani Indonesiani
accusative nom. Indonesiani Indonesiani
gen. Indonesiani
genitive Indonesiani Indonesioideni
Indonesioitteni
Indonesiainirare
partitive Indonesiaani Indonesioitani
inessive Indonesiassani Indonesioissani
elative Indonesiastani Indonesioistani
illative Indonesiaani Indonesioihini
adessive Indonesiallani Indonesioillani
ablative Indonesialtani Indonesioiltani
allative Indonesialleni Indonesioilleni
essive Indonesianani Indonesioinani
translative Indonesiakseni Indonesioikseni
abessive Indonesiattani Indonesioittani
instructive
comitative Indonesioineni
second-person singular possessor
singular plural
nominative Indonesiasi Indonesiasi
accusative nom. Indonesiasi Indonesiasi
gen. Indonesiasi
genitive Indonesiasi Indonesioidesi
Indonesioittesi
Indonesiaisirare
partitive Indonesiaasi Indonesioitasi
inessive Indonesiassasi Indonesioissasi
elative Indonesiastasi Indonesioistasi
illative Indonesiaasi Indonesioihisi
adessive Indonesiallasi Indonesioillasi
ablative Indonesialtasi Indonesioiltasi
allative Indonesiallesi Indonesioillesi
essive Indonesianasi Indonesioinasi
translative Indonesiaksesi Indonesioiksesi
abessive Indonesiattasi Indonesioittasi
instructive
comitative Indonesioinesi
first-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative Indonesiamme Indonesiamme
accusative nom. Indonesiamme Indonesiamme
gen. Indonesiamme
genitive Indonesiamme Indonesioidemme
Indonesioittemme
Indonesiaimmerare
partitive Indonesiaamme Indonesioitamme
inessive Indonesiassamme Indonesioissamme
elative Indonesiastamme Indonesioistamme
illative Indonesiaamme Indonesioihimme
adessive Indonesiallamme Indonesioillamme
ablative Indonesialtamme Indonesioiltamme
allative Indonesiallemme Indonesioillemme
essive Indonesianamme Indonesioinamme
translative Indonesiaksemme Indonesioiksemme
abessive Indonesiattamme Indonesioittamme
instructive
comitative Indonesioinemme
second-person plural possessor
singular plural
nominative Indonesianne Indonesianne
accusative nom. Indonesianne Indonesianne
gen. Indonesianne
genitive Indonesianne Indonesioidenne
Indonesioittenne
Indonesiainnerare
partitive Indonesiaanne Indonesioitanne
inessive Indonesiassanne Indonesioissanne
elative Indonesiastanne Indonesioistanne
illative Indonesiaanne Indonesioihinne
adessive Indonesiallanne Indonesioillanne
ablative Indonesialtanne Indonesioiltanne
allative Indonesiallenne Indonesioillenne
essive Indonesiananne Indonesioinanne
translative Indonesiaksenne Indonesioiksenne
abessive Indonesiattanne Indonesioittanne
instructive
comitative Indonesioinenne
third-person possessor
singular plural
nominative Indonesiansa Indonesiansa
accusative nom. Indonesiansa Indonesiansa
gen. Indonesiansa
genitive Indonesiansa Indonesioidensa
Indonesioittensa
Indonesiainsarare
partitive Indonesiaansa Indonesioitaan
Indonesioitansa
inessive Indonesiassaan
Indonesiassansa
Indonesioissaan
Indonesioissansa
elative Indonesiastaan
Indonesiastansa
Indonesioistaan
Indonesioistansa
illative Indonesiaansa Indonesioihinsa
adessive Indonesiallaan
Indonesiallansa
Indonesioillaan
Indonesioillansa
ablative Indonesialtaan
Indonesialtansa
Indonesioiltaan
Indonesioiltansa
allative Indonesialleen
Indonesiallensa
Indonesioilleen
Indonesioillensa
essive Indonesianaan
Indonesianansa
Indonesioinaan
Indonesioinansa
translative Indonesiakseen
Indonesiaksensa
Indonesioikseen
Indonesioiksensa
abessive Indonesiattaan
Indonesiattansa
Indonesioittaan
Indonesioittansa
instructive
comitative Indonesioineen
Indonesioinensa

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Indonesia f

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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From English Indonesia, from Ancient Greek Ἰνδός (Indós, Indus, India) + νησιά (nēsiá, islands).

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  • IPA(key): /in.ˈdo.nɛ.sɪ.(j)a/, /-sja/, /-ne-/
  • IPA(key): (colloquial) /-ʃa/, /ɛn-/, /en-/
  • Hyphenation: In‧do‧ne‧sia

Unlike other words, the pronunciation of this proper noun are unusually highly variable, leaving a total of 30 pronunciations (2 medial lax–tense × 3 initial high–low × 5 final syllable variations). Forms with /-ʃa/ instead of /-sja/ or /-sɪja/ has expanded into the name of the neighbouring country Malaysia, however, this is sporadic.

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesian

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  • IPA(key): /in.doˈnɛ.zja/
  • Rhymes: -ɛzja
  • Hyphenation: In‧do‧nè‧sia

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Indonesia f

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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From Indus +‎ nēsus +‎ -ia.

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Indonēsia f sg (genitive Indonēsiae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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First-declension noun, with locative, singular only.

Case Singular
Nominative Indonēsia
Genitive Indonēsiae
Dative Indonēsiae
Accusative Indonēsiam
Ablative Indonēsiā
Vocative Indonēsia
Locative Indonēsiae

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From English Indonesia.

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Indonesia (Jawi spellingايندونيسيا⁩)

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesian

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Indonesia

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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Composed of Ancient Greek Ἰνδός (Indós) + νῆσος (nêsos, island)

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  • IPA(key): /indoˈnesja/ [ĩn̪.d̪oˈne.sja]
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  • Rhymes: -esja
  • Syllabification: In‧do‧ne‧sia

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Indonesia f

  1. Indonesia (a country and archipelago in maritime Southeast Asia)

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