List of Country Names in Various Languages (J–P) - K

K

English Name Other name(s) or older name(s)
Kazakhstan Casachia (Latin), Casachstan (Scots Gaelic, Welsh), Casaquistão (Portuguese variant), Cazaquistán (Aragonese), Cazaquistão (Portuguese), an Chasacstáin (Irish), Ghazaghestan - قزاقستان (Persian), Ghazakhstan - Ղազախստան (Armenian), Hāsàkè - 哈薩克/哈萨克 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Hāsàkèsītǎn - 哈薩克斯坦/哈萨克斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Kajaheuseutan / K'ajahŭsŭt'an - 카자흐스탄 (Korean), Kājākhastāna - কাজাখস্তান (Assamese, Bengali), Kasachstan (Alemannic, German), Kasahstan (Estonian), Kasakhstan (Danish, Norwegian), Kasakstan (Afrikaans, Faroese, Icelandic), Kasastan (Võro), Kazachstán (Czech), Kazachstan (Dutch, Polish, Slovak), Kazachstan - קזחסטן (Hebrew), Kazachstanas (Lithuanian), Kazacstan (Franco-Provençal), Kazafusutan - カザフスタン (Japanese), Kazaĥio (Esperanto), Kazahstan (Aromanian, Romanian, Slovene), Kazahstan - Казахстан (Bulgarian, Serbian), Kazahstāna (Latvian), Kazahsztán (Hungarian), Kazajistán (Guaraní), Kazajistán or Kazajstán (Spanish), Kazakhistán (Asturian), Kazakhstan (Acehnese, French, Min Nan), Kāzākhstān - كازاخستان (Arabic, Urdu), Kazakhstan - Казахстан (Russian, Ukrainian), Kazakistan (Italian, Turkish), Każakistan (Maltese), Kazakistani (Albanian), Kazakhstan (Swedish), Kazakstan (Finnish), Kazakstán - Καζακστάν (Greek), Khāsakhsthān - คาซัคสถาน (Thai), Qasaqsitan (Inuktitut), Qazakheti - ყაზახეთი (Georgian), Qazaqstan - Қазақстан (Kazakh), Qazaxıstan (Azeri),கஜகஸ்தான்(Tamil)
Kenya Cèinia (Scots Gaelic), Cenia or Cenya (Welsh), Chenia (Italian), Keenia (Estonian alternate), Keeniä (Võro), Keña (Asturian), Keňa (Czech), Kenia (Afrikaans, Alemannic, Aragonese, Dutch, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, German, Polish, Romanian alternative, Spanish), Kenia - ケニア (Japanese), K'enia - 케니아 (North Korean alternate), Keniia - Кенія (Belarusian, Ukrainian), Kenija (Latvian, Lithuanian, Slovene), Kenija - Кенија (Serbian), Keniya (Azeri), Keniẏā - কেনিয়া (Bengali), Keniya - Кения (Bulgarian, Russian), Kenja (Faroese, Maltese), Kenjo (Esperanto), Kěnníyà - 肯尼亞/肯尼亚 (Mandarin Chinese), Kenya (Acehnese, Bambara, Danish, Estonian, French, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian, Romanian, Swedish, Turkish), Kényā - ኬንያ (Amharic), Kenya - Քենյա (Armenian), Kenya, Kenië or Kenyë (Dutch alternates), Kénya - Κένυα (Greek), Kenya - קניה (Hebrew), Kenya / K'enya - 케냐 (Korean), Kenya - كنيا (Persian), Kěyà - 肯亞/肯亚 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Khēnyā - เคนยา (Thai), Kinia (Inuktitut), Kīniyā - كينيا (Arabic), Quênia (Brazilian Portuguese), Quénia (European Portuguese),கென்யா(Tamil)
Kiribati Ciribati (Scots Gaelic), Jīlǐbāsī - 基里巴斯 (Mandarin Chinese), Jílǐbāsī - 吉里巴斯 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Khiribāt - คิริบาส (Thai), Kiribāsa - কিরিবাস (Bengali), Kiribasi / K'iribasi - 키리바시 (Korean), Kiribasu - キリバス (Japanese), Kiribati (Acehnese, Afrikaans, Aragonese, Asturian, Azeri, Central Bikolano, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Franco-Provençal, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Maltese, Min Nan, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese variant, Romanian, Slovene, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Võro), Kīrībātī - كيريباتي (Arabic), Kiribati - Кирибати (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian), Kiribati - קיריבטי (Hebrew), Ki-ri-ba-ti - ཀི་རི་བ་ཏི། (Tibetan), Kiribatis (Lithuanian), Kiribato (Esperanto), Kirimpáti - Κιριμπάτι (Greek), Kiripasi (Inuktitut), Kirybati - Кірибаті (Ukrainian), Kirybatsi - Кірыбаці (Belarusian), Quiribati (Portuguese),கிரிபட்டி(Tamil)
Korea Chāoxiǎn - 朝鮮 / 朝鲜 (Chinese - usually North Korea), Chosŏn - 조선 (Korean - North Korea), Coiria (Scots Gaelic), Corea (Asturian, Galician, Italian, Spanish, Welsh), Corée (French), Coréia (Brazilian Portuguese), Coreia (European Portuguese), Hanguk / Han'guk - 한국 (Korean - South Korea), Hánguó - 韓國 / 韩国 (Chinese - usually South Korea), Hân-kok (Min Nan), Hàn Quốc or Nam Triều Tiên (Vietnamese), Kankoku - 韓国 or Daikanminkoku - 大韓民国 (Japanese - South Korea), Kaolī - เกาหลี (Thai), Kita-Chōsen - 北朝鮮 or Chōsen Minshushugi Jinmin Kyōwakoku - 朝鮮民主主義人民共和国 (Japanese - North Korea), Kore - كره (Persian), Kore (Turkish), Korea (Afrikaans, Basque, Breton, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Faroese, Filipino/Tagalog, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Javanese, Malay, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Swahili, Swedish, Võro), Korea - Կորեա (Armenian), Koréa - Κορέα (Greek), Korea - קוריאה (Hebrew), Koreĭ - Корей (Ossetic), Koreio (Esperanto), Koreja (Bosnian, Croatian, Latvian, Slovene), Kòreja (Kashubian), Korėja (Lithuanian), Koreja - Кореја (Serbian), Koreya - Корея (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Koriyā - कोरिया (Hindi), Coreea (Romanian), Kuria (Inuktitut), Solongos - Солонгос (Mongolian),கொரியா (Tamil)

Kuwait Coveite (Portuguese variant), Cuibhèit" (Scots Gaelic), Kēwēitè - 科威特 (Mandarin Chinese), Khūwēt - คูเวต (Thai), Khu-wi-thi - ཁུ་ཝི་ཐི། (Tibetan), Koeweit (Afrikaans, Dutch), Kouvéit - Κουβέιτ (Greek), Koveyit (Franco-Provençal), Koweït (French), Koweit (Portuguese), Kuvaat (Inuktitut), Kuvait (Hungarian), Kuvajt (Czech, Slovene), Kuvajt - Кувајт (Serbian), Kuvajto (Esperanto), Kuvėĭt - Кувэйт (Belarusian), Kuveit (Estonian, Võro), Kuveit - כווית (Hebrew), Kuveita (Latvian), Kuveitas (Lithuanian), Kuveiti - ქუვეითი (Georgian), Küveyt (Azeri), Kuveyt - Кувейт (Bulgarian, Russian, Ukrainian), Kuveyt (Turkish), Kuwait (Acehnese, Alemannic, Aragonese, Asturian, Central Bikolano, Danish, Dutch, German, Finnish, Indonesian, Italian, Malay, Min Nan, Norwegian, Portuguese variant, Spanish, Swedish), Kuwajt (Maltese), al-Kuwayt - الكويت (Arabic), Kuweiteu / K'uweit'ŭ - 쿠웨이트 (Korean), Kuwejt (Polish), Kuwēto - クウェート (Japanese), Kuẏeta - কুয়েত (Bengali), Quveit - Քուվեիթ (Armenian), Kuweit (Romanian),குவைத்(Tamil)
Kyrgyzstan Chirgisia (Latin), Ciorgastan (Scots Gaelic), Cirgistan (Welsh alternative), Cyrgystan (Welsh), Gherghīzestān - قرقيزستان (Persian), Ghrghstan - Ղրղստան (Armenian), Jí'ěrjísī - 吉爾吉斯/吉尔吉斯 (Mandarin Chinese variant), Jí'ěrjísīsītǎn - 吉爾吉斯斯坦/吉尔吉斯斯坦 (Mandarin Chinese), Khīrkīt - คีร์กีซ (Thai), Kiragijistāna - কিৰগিজিস্তান (Assamese), Kiragijistāna - কিরগিজিস্তান (Bengali), Kireugiseuseutan / K'irŭgisŭsŭt'an - 키르기스스탄 (Korean), Kirghizia (English variant, Italian variant), Kirghizistan (French, Italian), Kirghizistán - Κιργιζιστάν (Greek), Kirgiisia (Estonian variant), Kirgisia (Faroese, Finnish), Kirgisië (Afrikaans), Kirgisien (Danish variant), Kirgisistan (Alemannic, Danish, German, Norwegian), Kirgistan (Croatian, Danish variant, former Finnish, Indonesian, Polish), Kirgistan - Киргистан or Kirgizija - Киргизија (Serbian), Kirgistani (Albanian), Kirgizië (Dutch), Kirgizija (Lithuanian, Slovene variant), Kirgizio (Esperanto), Kirgizistan (Slovene, Swedish), Kırgızistan (Turkish), Kirgizisztán (Hungarian), Kirgizsko (Slovak), Kirgizstan - Киргизстан (Bulgarian), Kirgizstāna (Latvian), Kirgiztan (Acehnese), Kirguistán (Asturian), Kirguistán, Kirguizistán or Kirguisia (Spanish), Kirguizistan (Franco-Provençal), Kirgizstan - קירגיזסטן (Hebrew), Kirugisu - キルギス (Japanese), Kõrgõstan (Võro), Kõrgõzstan (Estonian), Kyrgyzstán (Czech), Kyrgyzstan - Кыргызстан (Kirghiz, Russian), Kyrgyzstan - Киргизстан (Ukrainian), Kyrgyzstan (Min Nan), Qirghīzstān - قرغيزستان (Arabic), Qirgizeti - ყირგიზეთი (Georgian), Qırğızıstan (Azeri), Qirugisitan (Inuktitut), Quirguisistán (Aragonese), Quirguistão (Portuguese variant), Quirguízia (Portuguese variant), Quirguizistão (Portuguese variant), Qyrghythstan - Ҡырғыҙстан (Bashkir), , Kîrgîzstan or Republica Kîrgîză (Romanian),கிர்கிஸ்தான்(Tamil)

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