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EtymologyEdit

Rhodes +‎ -ia, after Cecil Rhodes, director of the British South Africa Company.

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Rhodesia

  1. (historical) A country that existed in what is now Zimbabwe, originally called Southern Rhodesia, named after its founder, Cecil Rhodes. [used from 1964 to 1979]
  2. (historical) The area now occupied by Zimbabwe and Zambia. [used from 1895 to 1964]

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Proper nounEdit

Rhodesia f sg (genitive Rhodesiae); first declension

  1. (New Latin) Rhodesia

DeclensionEdit

First-declension noun, singular only.

Case Singular
Nominative Rhodesia
Genitive Rhodesiae
Dative Rhodesiae
Accusative Rhodesiam
Ablative Rhodesiā
Vocative Rhodesia

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Proper nounEdit

Rhodesia f

  1. Alternative form of Rodesia