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Isle of Man


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  • Variants

    • us: Isle of Man Government
    • us: Reiltys Ellan Vannin
    • us: Ellan Vannin
    • us: Mannin
    • us: Mona
    • us: Monapia
    • us: Monabia
    • us: Monœda
    • us: Mevania
    • us: Mænavia
    • us: Eubonia
    • us: Eumonia
    • us: Manaw
    • us: Mön
    • us: Mοναοιδα
    • us: Monaoida
    • us: Mοναρινα
    • us: Monarina
    • us: Menavi
    • us: Manau
    • us: Mano
    • us: Pulo Man
    • us: Man
    • us: Eiland Man
    • us: Isla de Man
    • us: Ila de Man
    • us: Islla de Man
    • us: Men adası
    • us: Востраў Мэн
    • us: Vostraŭ Mėn
    • us: Insl vo Man
    • us: Ostrvo Man
    • us: Manav
    • us: Enez Vanav
    • us: Ман
    • us: Остров Ман
    • us: Ostrov Man
    • us: Illa de Man
    • us: Мэн утравІe
    • us: Mėn utravĕ
    • us: Ynys Manaw
    • us: Insel Man
    • us: Ντ̔̈«”αδ·σος του Μαν
    • us: Nēsos tou Man
    • us: Manksinsulo
    • us: Manksio
    • us: Manksujo
    • us: I.O.M
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        British crown dependency
    • Descriptor

        (aat) Dependencies
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Man, Isle of
  • Sources

    • found: Stenning, E. H. Isle of Man, 1950.
    • found: Curraghs Wildlife Park, n.d.: back cover (Isle of Man Government)
    • found: Isle of Man Goverment WWW Site, 18 Jan. 2005 (Isle of Man Government, Reiltys Ellan Vannin)
    • found: Wikipedia, Aug. 1, 2011 (Isle of Man (Manx: Ellan Vannin), otherwise known simply as Mann (Manx: Mannin); self-governing British Crown Dependency; other names: Mona (Julius Caesar, 54 BC), Monapia or Monabia (Pliny the Elder, AD 77), Monœda (Ptolemy, AD 150), Mevania or Mænavia (Paulus Orosius, 416), and Eubonia or Eumonia (Irish writers). In Welsh records it is Manaw, and in the Icelandic sagas it is Mön; in Greek and Roman accounts it was called variously Monapia, Mοναοιδα (Monaoida), Mοναρινα (Monarina), Menavi and Mevania; Old Welsh and Old Irish names for Mann: Manau and Mano) Acehnese page (Pulo Man) Afrikaans page (Man; Eiland Man) Aragonese page (Isla de Man) Franco-Provençal/Arpitan page (Ila de Man) Asturian page (Islla de Man) Azerbaijani page (Men adası [in rom.]) Belarusian page (Востраў Мэн = VostraІu MЇen) Bavarian page (Insl vo Man) Bosnian page (Ostrvo Man) Breton page (Manav; Enez Vanav) Bulgarian page (Ман = Man; Остров Ман = Ostrov Man) Catalan page (Man; Illa de Man) Chuvash page (Мэн утравІe = MЇen utravІe) Czech page (Man; Ostrov Man) Welsh page (Ynys Manaw) German page (Insel Man) Greek page (Ντ̔̈«”αδ·σος του Μαν = NЅesos tou Man) Esperanto page (Manksinsulo; Manksio; Manksujo)
    • found: CIA The world factbook website, August 14, 2015 (under Isle of Man: a British crown dependency but is not part of the UK or of the European Union; conventional long form: none; conventional short form: Isle of Man; abbreviation: I.O.M.; 54 15 N, 4 30 W)
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  • Change Notes

    • 1980-09-22: new
    • 2018-05-15: revised
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