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Greenland


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    • Grønland
    • Groenlandia
    • Grenlandii͡a
    • Groilandia
    • Grænland
    • Groenland
    • Kalaallit Nunaat
    • Gruntland
    • Engronelant
    • Engroneland
    • Gronlandia
    • Grēneland
    • Qrenlandiya
    • Chhen̳-tē
    • Грэнландыя
    • Hrėnlandyi͡a
    • Grenland
    • Greunland
    • Гренландия
    • Гренланди
    • Grenlandi
    • Калааллит Нунаат
    • Grónsko
    • Ynys Las
    • Lasynys
    • Haʼaʼaahjí Hakʼaz Dineʼé Bikéyah
    • Grónlandska
    • Gröönimaa
    • Γροιλανδτ̔̈«”αε·α
    • Gronlando
    • Grenlando
    • Grienlân
    • Ghraonlainn
    • Greenlynn
    • Çheer y Sniaghtey
    • Grenlandia
    • Гринлэндин Арл
    • Grinlėndin Arl
    • 그린란드
    • Gŭrinlandŭ
    • Akukittut
    • גרינלנד
    • Grinland
    • Goronulande
    • Grenlande
    • Grenlandija
    • Groenlandi
    • Гренланд
    • Groentlālpan
    • Gruunlaand
    • グリーンランド
    • Gurīnrando
    • Greenlun
    • Griinland
    • Verdi-lande
    • Гренландий
    • Grenlandiĭ
    • Gröönland
    • Gronelândia
    • Groelândia
    • Groenlanda
    • Kalalit Nunat
    • Grunlandya
    • Gräinlound
    • Groenlannia
    • Grynlandyjo
    • Grönlanti
    • Lupanlunti
    • Ґренландія
    • Groenlaand
    • גרינלאנד
    • Grínlándì
    • Grenlandėjė
    • 格陵兰
    • Gelinglan
    • Kalâtdlit-Nunât
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        (aat) Semi-independent political entities
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        (aat) Island nations
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  • Sources

    • found: Denmark. Geödætisk institut. Grønland, 1943.
    • found: World alm. 1983:p. 515 (technically correct name for Greenland is now Kalaallit Nunaat)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 26, 2011(Greenland (Kalaallisut: Kalaallit Nunaat; Danish: Grønland); autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark; the largest island in Greenland is also named Greenland, and makes up most of the country's land area; was also called Gruntland ("Ground-land") and Engronelant (or Engroneland) on early maps; 72°00ʹN 40°00ʹW) Afrikaans page (Groenland) Alemannic page (Grönland) Aragonese page (Gronlandia) Anglo-Saxon page (Grēneland) Asturian page (Groenlandia) Azerbaijani page (Qrenlandiya [in rom.]) Min Nan page (Chhen̳-tē; the "n̳" is a superscript n) Belarusian page (Грэнландыя = HrЇenlandyЋiЌa) Bosnian page (Grenland) Breton page (Greunland) Bulgarian page (Гренландия = GrenlandiЋiЌa) Chuvash page (Гренланди = Grenlandi; Калааллит Нунаат = Kalaallit Nunaat) Czech page (GrЃonsko) Welsh page (Ynys Las; Lasynys) Navajo page (HaaaahjЃi Hakaz DineЃe BikЃeyah) Lower Sorbian page (GrЃonlandska) Estonian page (GrЈoЈonimaa) Greek page (Γροιλανδτ̔̈«”αε·α = Groilandia) Spanish page (Groenlandia) Esperanto page (Gronlando; Grenlando) French page (Groenland) West Frisian page (GrienlЄan) Irish page (Ghraonlainn) Manx page (Greenlynn; ѢCheer y Sniaghtey) Scottish Gaelic page (Ghraonlainn) Galician page (Grenlandia) Kalmyk page (Гринлэндин Арл = GrinlЇendin Arl) Korean page (그린란드 = GІurinlandІu) Inuktitut page (akukittut) Icelandic page (Grnland) Hebrew page (גרינלנד = Grinland)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 26, 2011:Kinyarwanda page (Goronulande) Latvian page (Grenlande) Lithuanian page (Grenlandija) Lingala page (Groenlandi) Macedonian page (Гренланд = Grenland) Nahuatl page (GroentlЅalpan) Dutch Low Saxon page (Gruunlaand) Japanese page (グリーンランド = GurЅinrando) North Frisian page (Greenlun) Norfolk page (Griinland) Novial page (Verdi-lande) Meadow Mari page (Гренландий = GrenlandiІi) Low Saxon page (GrЈoЈonland) Portuguese page (GronelЄandia; GroenlЄandia; GroelЄandia) Romanian page (Groenlanda) Quechua page (Kalalit Nunat; Grunlandya) Russian page (Гренландия = GrenlandiЋiЌa) Saterland Frisian page (GrЈainlound) Sicilian page (Groenlannia) Silesian page (Grynlandyjo) Somalian page (Griinland) Finnish page (GrЈonlanti) Tagalog (Lupanlunti; Groenlandia; Grinland) Ukrainian page (Ґренландія = GrenlandiЋiЌa) Wolof page (Groenlaand) Yiddish page (גרינלאנד = Grinland) Yoruba page (GrЃinlЃandЂi) Samogitian page (GrenlandЇejЇe) Chinese page (格陵兰 = Gelinglan)
    • found: GEOnet, Aug. 26, 2011(Greenland (conventional), Grønland (approved), Kalaallit Nunaat (approved), variant: Kalâtdlit-Nunât; 72°00ʹ00ʺN 040°00ʹ00ʺW, 72° -40°)
    • found: CIA The world factbook, via WWW, June 10, 2018(Greenland became an integral part of the Danish Realm in 1953. It joined the European Community (now the EU) with Denmark in 1973 but withdrew in 1985 over a dispute centered on stringent fishing quotas. Greenland remains a member of the Overseas Countries and Territories Association of the EU. Greenland was granted self-government in 1979 by the Danish parliament; the law went into effect the following year. Greenland voted in favor of increased self-rule in November 2008 and acquired greater responsibility for internal affairs when the Act on Greenland Self-Government was signed into law in June 2009. Denmark, however, continues to exercise control over several policy areas on behalf of Greenland, including foreign affairs, security, and financial policy in consultation with Greenland's Self-Rule Government; Dependency status: part of the Kingdom of Denmark; self-governing overseas administrative division of Denmark since 1979; Government type: parliamentary democracy (Parliament of Greenland or Inatsisartut))
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    • 1979-10-15: new
    • 2018-07-10: revised
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