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us: Canada



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    • us: Canada (Province)
    • us: Province of Canada
    • us: Dominion of Canada
    • us: Ḳanadah
    • us: Ḳanade
    • us: Kanada (Dominion)
    • us: Chanada
    • us: كندا
    • us: Канада
    • us: Καναδτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς
    • us: Kanadas
    • us: Republica de Canadá
    • us: Dominio del Canadá
    • us: Kanado
    • us: کانادا
    • us: Ceanada
    • us: Yn Chanadey
    • us: Chanadey
    • us: 캐나다
    • us: Kʻaenada
    • us: Kanakā
    • us: קנדה
    • us: カナダ
    • us: Canadae
    • us: Kanadaja
    • us: 加拿大
    • us: קאנאדע
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  • Sources

    • found: López Portillo, J. En Suecia y Canadá, 1980: t.p. (Canadá)
    • found: Medding, P. Maʻamadah shel Medinat Yiśraʼel be-shalosh ḳehilot dovrot Anglit, 1983: t.p. (Ḳanadah) added t.p. (Canada [in rom.])
    • found: LC data base, 02-28-95 (hdgs.: Canada and Canada (Province))
    • found: Kage, J. Tsṿey hunderṭ yor fun Idisher imigratsye in Ḳanade, 1960: t.p. (Ḳanade [part. voc.]) t.p. verso (Canada [in rom.])
    • found: Ukraïnsʹko-anhliĭsʹkyĭ slovnyk biznesovykh terminiv, 1992: cover, p. 1 (Kanada, Canada)
    • found: NLC 06-22-94 (Canada: In 1841 Upper Canada and Lower Canada united to become the Province of Canada. With confederation of July 1, 1867 the Dominion of Canada was created and the former Province of Canada was superceded by the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec; French forms: Haut-Canada, Bas-Canada, Province du Canada, Dominion du Canada)
    • found: Wikipedia, July 16, 2008 (Canada. The French colony of Canada referred to the part of New France along the Saint Lawrence River and the northern shores of the Great Lakes. Later, it was split into two British colonies, called Upper Canada and Lower Canada until their union as the British Province of Canada in 1841. Upon Confederation in 1867, the name Canada was adopted for the entire country, and Dominion was conferred as the country's title. It was frequently referred to as the Dominion of Canada until the 1950s. The Canada Act 1982 refers only to "Canada" and, as such, it is currently the only legal (and bilingual) name) Afrikaans site (Kanada) Alemannisch site (Chanada) Arabic site (كندا = Kanadڶa) Belarusian site (Канада = Kanada) Catalan site (CanadЂa) Greek site (Καναδτ̔̈«”αϐ·ς = Kanadas) Spanish site (CanadЃa; Republica de CanadЃa; Dominio del CanadЃa) Esperanto site (Kanado) Farsi site (کانادا = Kڶanڶadڶa) Irish site (Ceanada) Manx Gaelic site (Yn Chanadey) Korean site (캐나다 = Kڅaenada) Hawaiian site (Kanakڶa) Hebrew site (קנדה = ۊKanadah) Japanese site (カナダ = Kanada) Scots Gaelic site (Canadae) Albanian site (Kanadaja) Chinese site (加拿大 = Jianada) Yiddish site (קאנאדע = ۊKanade) Yoruba site (Kڳanڳadڲa)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Includes the Old catalog headings: Canada and Canada (Province)]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-02-06: new
    • 2012-07-20: revised
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