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The following is a list of adjectival forms of countries and nations in English and their demonymic equivalents. A country adjective describes something as being from that country, for example, "Italian cuisine" is "cuisine of Italy". A country demonym denotes the people or the inhabitants of or from there, for example, "Germans" are people of or from Germany. Note: Demonyms are given in plural forms. Singular forms simply remove the final 's' or, in the case of -ese endings, are the same as the plural forms.


Isem n tmurt Adjectivals Demonyms
colloquial term(s)
Abxazya Abxaz, Abxaz Ibxazen
Afɣanistan Afɣani Ifɣaniyen
Albanya Albani Albanians
Ledzayer Adzayri Idzayriyen
Samoa Tamarikanit American Samoan American Samoans
Andorra Andorran Andorrans
Angola Anguli
Anguilla Anguillan Anguillans
Antigua ed Barbuda Antiguan, Barbudan Antiguans, Barbudans
Tarjentint Argentine, Argentinean, Argentinian Argentines, Argentineans, Argentinians
Arminya Arminin Arminiyen
Aruba Aruban Arubans
Usṭralya Usṭrali Usṭraliyen "Aussies"
Tutrict Utruci Utruciyen
Azerbijan Azerbaijani, Azeri Azerbaijanis, Azeris
Bahamas Bahamian Bahamians
Baḥrayn Bahraini Bahrainis
Bangladec Bangladeshi Bangladeshis
Barbadus Barbadian  ("Bajan") Barbadians "Bajans"
Belarus Belarusian Belarusians
Biljik Abiljiki Ibeljiken
Belize Belizean Belizeans
Benin Abenini Ibeniniyen
Bermuda Bermudian, Bermudan Bermudians, Bermudans
Butan Bhutanese Bhutanese
Bolivia Abolivi Abolivins
Busnya ed Herzegovina Bosnian, Bosniak, Herzegovinian Bosnians, Bosniaks, Herzegovinians
Butswana Motswana (pl. Batswana), Botswanan Batswana, Botswanans
Brazil Abrazili, Abrizili Ibriziliyen
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Island British Virgin Islanders
Brunei Bruneian Bruneians
Bulgarya Bulgarian Bulgarians
Burkina Fasua Burkinabè/Burkinabé Burkinabè/Burkinabé
Birmanyab Burmese Bamar, Burmese
Burundi Burundian Burundians, Barundi
Kambudya Cambodian Cambodians
Kamirun Cameroonian Cameroonians
Kanada Akanadi Ikanaden "Canucks"c
Iɣef Azegzaw Cape Verdean Cape Verdeans
Tigzirin n Caiman Akayman Caymanians
Central African Republic Central African Central Africans
Ččad Chadian Chadians
Cili Chilean Chileans
People's Republic of China Acinwa Icinwaten
Tagduda n Ccinwa See Taiwan, below
Tigzirin n Christmas Christmas Islanders
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Cocos Island Cocos Islanders
Kulumbya Colombian Colombians
Comoros Comorian Comorians
Dem. Republic of the Congo Akunguli, AkunguliTalɣa:Citation needed Akunguli
Tagduda n Kungu
Cook Islands Cook Island, Cook Islands Cook Islanders
Kusta Rika Costa Rican Costa Ricans "Ticos"
Côte d'Ivoire Ivorian Ivorians
Kruwatya Croatian Croatians, Croats
Kuba Akubi Cubans
Qubrus Cypriot Cypriots
Czech Republic Czech Czechs
Danmark Adnamariki Danes
Jibuti Djiboutian Djiboutians
Dominica Dominicand Dominicansd
Dominican Republic Dominicane Dominicanse "Quisqueyanos"
Timor Tagmuḍant Timorese Timorese "Maubere"
Ecuador Ecuadorian Ecuadorians
Maṣer Egyptian Egyptians
Salvador Salvadoranf Salvadoransf
Langliz Ingliz English
Ginya Tasebgast Equatorial Guinean, Equatoguinean Equatorial Guineans, Equatoguineans
Iritirya Eritrean Eritreans
Isṭunya Isṭuni Estonians
Ityupya Ethiopian Ethiopians
Falkland Islands Falkland Island Falkland Islanders "Belongers"
Faroe Islands Faroese Faroese
Fiji Fijian Fijians
Finland Afini Finns
Fransa French French (or Frenchman/Frenchwoman)
French Guiana French Guianese French Guianese
Pulinizya Tafrensist French Polynesian French Polynesians, Tahitians[1]
Gabun Gabonese Gabonese
Gambya Gambian Gambians
Jurjya Ajurji Georgians
Lalman Almani Germans
Ɣana Ghanaian Ghanaians
Adrar n Ṭariq Gibraltar Gibraltarians Llanitos
Briṭanya Tameqrant Abriṭani Britons see Other words for "British"
Legrig Agrig, Greciang, Igrantiyen Agrikig, Hellenes
Grunland Greenlandic Greenlanders
Grenada Grenadian Grenadians
Guadeloupe Guadeloupe Guadeloupians
Guam Guamanian, Guambat Guamanians
Gwatimala Guatemalan Guatemalans
Ginya Guinean Guineans
Ginya Bissau
Guyana Guyanese Guyanese
Haiti Haitian Haitians Ayisyen
Honduras Honduran Hondurans "Catrachos"
Hong Kong Hong Kong, Hongkongese Hongkongers, Hongkongese "Hongkies" "Hongers"
Majar Amajari, Amagyar Magyar Hungarians, Magyars
Island Islandi Icelanders
Lhend Indian Indians
Indunisya Indonesian Indonesians
Iran Irani, Persian Iraniyen, Ifarsiyen
Ɛiraq Aɛiraqi Iraqis
Irland Irlandi Irish
Tagzirt n Man Manx Manx
Israyil Israeli Israelis
Ṭelyan Aṭelyani, Italicf Italians, Italicsf
Jamaica Jamaican Jamaicans
Japun Japanese Japanese
Urdun Jordanian Jordanians
Kazaxestan Kazakh, Kazakhstani Kazakhstanis, Kazakhs
Kenya Kenyan Kenyans
Kiribati I-Kiribati I-Kiribati
Kurya n Ugafa Akuri n ugafa Ikuriyen
South Korea Akuri n wenẓul
Kosovo Kosovar, Kosovan Kosovars
Lekwit Kuwaiti Kuwaitis
Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstani, Kyrgyz, Kirgiz, Kirghiz Kyrgyzstanis, Kyrgyz, Kirgiz, Kirghiz
Laos Laotian, Lao Laotians, Laos
Latvia Latvian Latvians, Letts
Lubnan Alubnani Ilbunaniyen
Lesotho Basotho Basotho
Liberya Liberian Liberians
Libya Libyan Libyans
Liechtenstein Liechtenstein Liechtensteiners
Litwanya Lithuanian Lithuanians
Luxembourg Luxembourg, Luxembourgish Luxembourgers
Macao Macanese, Chinese Macanese, Chinese
Tagduda n Masidunya Masidunya Macedonians
Madagaskar Malagasy Malagasy
Malawi Malawian Malawians
Malizya Malaysian Malaysians
Imeldiwen Maldivian Maldivians
Mali Amali Imaliyen
Malṭa Amalṭi Imalṭiyen
Marshall Islands Marshallese Marshallese
Martinique Martiniquais, Martinican Martiniquais
Muriṭanya Mauritanian Mauritanians
Mauritius Mauritian Mauritians
Mayotte Mahoran Mahorais
Miksik Mexican Mexicans
Micronesia, Federated States of Micronesian Micronesians
Muldavya Moldovan Moldovans
Munaku Amunegask Imunegasken
Mungulya Mongolian Mongolians, Mongols
Montenegro Montenegrin Montenegrins
Montserrat Montserratian Montserratians
Merruk Moroccan Moroccans
Muzambik Mozambican Mozambicans
Namibya Namibian Namibians
Nauru Nauruan Nauruans
Nipal Nepalese, Nepali Nepalese, Nepali
Timura n Wadda Dutch, Netherlandic Dutch, Netherlanders, Dutchmen
Kalidunya Tamaynut New Caledonian New Caledonians
Ziland Tamaynut New Zealand, NZ New Zealanders "Kiwis"
Nikaragwa Nicaraguan Nicaraguans
Niue Niuean Niueans
Nijir Nigerien Nigeriens
Nijirya Nigerian Nigerians
Nurwij Anurwiji Inurwejen
Irland n Ugafa Northern Irish / British / Irish Northern Irish / British / Irish
Northern Marianas Northern Marianan Northern Marianans
Ɛuman Aɛumani Omanis
Pakistan Apakistani Pakistanis
Falesṭin Palestinian Palestinians
Palau Palauan Palauans
Panama Panamanian Panamanians
Papua Ginya Tamaynut Papua New Guinean, Papuan Papua New Guineans, Papuans
Paragway Paraguayan Paraguayans
Peru Peruvian Peruvians
Filippin Philippine, Filipino Filipinos, Filipinas Pinoys
Pitcairn Island Pitcairn Island Pitcairn Islanders
Pulunya Polish Poles
Portugal Portuguese Portuguese
Puerto Rico Puerto Rican Puerto Ricans, Boricuas
Qaṭar Qatari Qataris
Republic of Ireland Irish / Southern Irish h Irish / Southern Irish h
Réunion Réunionese, Réunionnais Réunionese, Réunionnais
Rumanya Romanian Romanians
Rusya Russian Russians
Rwanda Rwandan Rwandans, Banyarwanda
St. Helena St. Helenian St. Helenians
Saint Kitts ed Nevis Kittitian, Nevisian Kittitians, Nevisians
St. Lucia St. Lucian St. Lucians
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon Saint-Pierrais, Miquelonnais Saint-Pierrais, Miquelonnais
St. Vincent and the Grenadines St. Vincentian, Vincentian St. Vincentians, Vincentians
Samoa Samoan Samoans
San Marin Sammarinese Sammarinese
São Tomé and Príncipe São Toméan São Toméans
Tagelda Tasaɛudit Asaɛudi Saudis, Saudi Arabians
Tikust Ikusi, Scottishi Scots, Scotsmen
Sinigal Asiningali Senegalese
Serbya Aserbi Serbians, Serbs
Seychelles Seychellois Seychellois
Sierra Leone Sierra Leonean Sierra Leoneans
Singapur Singaporean[2][3] Singaporeans[4][5]
Sluvakya Asluvaki Slovaks
Slovenia Slovenian, Slovene Slovenians, Slovenes
Solomon Islands Solomon Island Solomon Islanders
Ṣumal Somali; Somalian Somalis; Somalians
Tafriqt n Wenẓul South African South Africans
Usitya n Wenẓul South Ossetian South Ossetians
Sudan n Wenẓul South Sudanese South Sudanese
Spanya Spanish Spaniards
Sri Lanka Sri Lankan Sri Lankans
Sudan Asudani Sudanese
Surinam Surinamese Surinamers
Swaziland Aswazi Swazis
Sswid Swedish Swedes
Taswist Swiss
Surya Syrian Syrians
Taiwan Taiwanese Taiwanese
Tajikistan Tajikistani Tajikistanis, Tajiks
Tanzanya Tanzanian Tanzanians
Tayland Thai Thai
Togo Togolese Togolese
Tonga Tongan Tongans
Trinidad ed Tobago Trinidadian, Tobagonian Trinidadians, Tobagonians "Trinis", "Trinibagonians"
Tunes Atunsi Tunisians
Tturk Aṭerki Turks
Turkmenistan Turkmen Turkmens
Turks and Caicos Islands none Turks and Caicos Islanders
Tuvalu Tuvaluan Tuvaluans
Uganda Ugandan Ugandans
Ukrayin Ukrainian Ukrainians
United Arab Emirates Imirati, Emiri Emiratis, Emirians, Emiri
Tagelda Yeddukklen Abriṭani, UK Britons see Other words for "British"
Iwunak Yeddukklen Amarikanij, US Americansj "Yanks" / "Yankees"
Urugway Uruguayan Uruguayans
Uzbekistan Uzbekistani, Uzbek Uzbekistanis, Uzbeks
Vanuatu Ni-Vanuatu, Vanuatuan Ni-Vanuatu
Venezuela Venezuelan Venezuelans
Vietnam Vietnamese Vietnamese
Tigzirin Tiqyarin Tigzirin Tiqyarin Virgin Islanders
Tamurt n Yigalliyen Agali Welsh
Wallis ed Futuna Wallisian, Futunan Wallisians, Futunans
Aneẓruf Utrim Sahraw, Sahrawian, Sahraouian Sahrawis, Sahraouis
Yamen Yemeni Yemenis
Zambya Zambian Zambians
Zimbabwe Zimbabwean Zimbabweans

a  Formerly known as Upper Volta.
b  Also known as Myanmar.
c  Sometimes considered offensive.
d  The penultimate syllable is stressed.
e  The second syllable is stressed.
f  Salvadorean and Salvadorian are also found, but Salvadoran is the generally preferred form.
g  Rare and/or archaic.
h  There is no adjective or demonym that distinguishes the Republic of Ireland from the entire island of Ireland. When distinction from Northern Ireland is necessary, the colloquial Southern Irish or Southerner is sometimes used; some people in the Republic of Ireland may find this offensive, though others in Northern Ireland may find it equally offensive in not distinguishing the Republic of Ireland from the island. As an alternative, an adjectival phrase may be used – for instance, "a law of the Republic of Ireland" – or, as a last resort, the name "Republic of Ireland" may be used as if it were an adjective (as in "a Republic of Ireland law").
i  Scotch is only normally used for manufactured products of Scotland, most commonly food and drink – in most other contexts it is archaic and often considered mildly derogatory. Scottish is used for everything else.
j  In near-universal use, though many names for United States citizens have been proposed.


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  1. Sometimes used pars pro toto.
  2. Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/singaporean?s=t. Retrieved 13 June 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. Merriam-Webster http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/singapore. Retrieved 13 June 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. Dictionary.com http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/singaporean?s=t. Retrieved 13 June 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. Merriam-Webster http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/singapore. Retrieved 13 June 2013.  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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