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Delaware


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    • us: Delaware State
    • us: Delavėr
    • us: State of Delaware
    • us: ديلاوير
    • us: Dīlāwīr
    • us: Delaware suyu
    • us: Делавэр
    • us: Штат Дэлавэр
    • us: Shtat Dėlavėr
    • us: Дэлавэр
    • us: Делауеър
    • us: Delaueŭr
    • us: Déláwee Hahoodzo
    • us: Νττ̔̈«”αγ·λαγουερ
    • us: D̲elagouer
    • us: Πολιτετ̔̈«”αε·α του Νττ̔̈«”αγ·λαγουερ
    • us: Politeia tou D̲elagouer
    • us: Estado de Delaware
    • us: Delavaro
    • us: Delăăvr
    • us: Kelawea
    • us: Déláwè
    • us: Delauaare
    • us: דלאוור
    • us: Delavaria
    • us: Delavēra
    • us: Delaveras
    • us: デラウェア州
    • us: Derauea-shū
    • us: Deraueashū
    • us: デラウェア
    • us: Derauea
    • us: Delaware eyâleti
    • us: Délawiyer Shitati
    • us: דעלעווער
    • us: Deleṿer
    • us: Delavers
    • us: 特拉华州
    • us: Telahua Zhou
    • us: 特拉华
    • us: Telahua
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    • found: Proceedings of the Assembly of the Lower Counties on Delaware, 1770-1776 ... 1986: p. 219 (The Constitution [of Delaware], art. 1: The Government of the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware shall hereafter ... be called The Delaware State)
    • found: Sov. ėnt͡sikl. slovarʹ, 1986: p. 371 (Delavėr)
    • found: Delaware.gov website, May 31, 2015: HTML header (State of Delaware) home page (Delaware) {http://www.delaware.gov/}
    • found: Wikipedia, May 31, 2015 (Delaware; State of Delaware; 39°N 75.5°W) Arabic page (ديلاوير = Dڶilڶawڶir) Aymara page (Delaware suyu) Azerbaijani page (Delaver [in roman]) Bashkir page (Делавэр = DelavЇer) Belarusian page (Штат Дэлавэр = Shtat DЇelavЇer; Дэлавэр = DЇelavЇer) Bulgarian page (Делауеър = DelaueІur) Navajo page (DЃelЃawee Hahoodzo) Greek page (Νττ̔̈«”αγ·λαγουερ = Delagouer; Πολιτετ̔̈«”αε·α του Νττ̔̈«”αγ·λαγουερ = Politeia tou Delagouer) Spanish page (Delaware; Estado de Delaware) Esperanto page (Delavaro) Kalmyk page (DelІaІavr) Hawaiian page (Kelawea) Igbo page (DЃelЃawЂe) Inupiaq page (Delauaare) Hebrew page (דלאוור = DelaѴver) Haitian page (DelawЂe)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 31, 2015: Latin page (Delavaria) Latvian page (Delavēra) Lithuanian page (Delaveras) Japanese page (デラウェア州 = Derauea-shū) Turkish page (Delaware; Delaware eyâleti) Uyghur page (Délawiyer Shitati [in roman]) Yiddish page (דעלעווער = Deleṿer) Samogitian page (Delavers) Chinese page (特拉华州 = Telahua Zhou)
    • notfound: Its Assembly. Votes and proceedings of the ... 1770: t.p. (Government of the Counties of New Castle, Kent, and Sussex upon Delaware) p. 38 (Government of the Counties of New-Castle, Kent, and Sussex on Delaware)
  • Editorial Notes

    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
    • [Permanently settled by Swedes in 1638 where it was named New Sweden [Nya Sverige], conquered by Dutch in 1655, seized by English in 1664. Thereafter, except for a brief Dutch reconquest in 1673, administered as part of New York until 1682, when it was ceded to William Penn. Penn agreed to a separation of Pennsylvania and the Lower Counties [of Pennsylvania] in 1704. The two colonies shared a royal governor until the Revolution]
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-04-26: new
    • 2018-08-02: revised
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