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Belgium Explained

belgium at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

['beldʒəm]

Belgium at English => English (English Etymology) Of Explained:

1602, from L. name of the territory occupied by the Belg?i, a Celtic tribe. Used for "Low Germany and the Netherlands," adopted 1830 as the name of a new nation. ///

Belgium at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

a country in northwest Europe between France and Germany. Population: 10,259,000 (2001). Capital: Brussels.//

belgium at Hungarian => English Of Explained:

Belgium

Belgium at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:

Kingdom, NW Europe. Area: 11,781 sq mi (30,513 sq km). Population (1997 est.): 10,189,000. Capital: Brussels. The population consists mostly of Flemings and Walloons. The Flemings, more than half the population, speak Flemish and live in the N half of the country; the Walloons, about one-third of the population, speak French and inhabit the S half. Languages: Dutch, French, German (all official). Religions: Roman Catholicism (90%), Protestantism (10%). Currency: Belgian franc. Belgium can be divided into several geographic regions. The southeast consists of the forested Ardennes highland, which extends south of the Meuse River valley and includes Belgium's highest point, Mt. Botrange (2,277 ft, or 694 m). Middle Belgium is a fertile region crossed by tributaries of the Schelde River. Lower Belgium comprises the flat plains of Flanders in the northwest with their many canals. Maritime Flanders borders the North Sea and is agriculturally prosperous; the chief North Sea port is Oostende, but Antwerp, near the mouth of the Schelde, has much greater trade. Belgium has minimal natural resources, so the manufacture of goods from imported raw materials plays a major role in the economy, and the country is highly industrialized. It is a monarchy with a parliament composed of two legislative houses; the chief of state is the monarch, and the head of government is the prime minister. Inhabited in ancient times by the Belgae, a Celtic people, the area was conquered by Caesar in 57 BC; under Augustus it became the Roman province of Belgica. Conquered by the Franks, it later broke up into semi-independent territories, incl. Brabant and Luxembourg. By the late 15th cent. the territories of the Netherlands, of which the future Belgium was a part, gradually united and passed to the Habsburgs. In the 16th cent. it was a center for European commerce. The basis of modern Belgium was laid in the S Catholic provinces that split from the N provinces after the Union of Utrecht in 1579 (see Netherlands). Overrun by the French and incorporated into France in 1801, it was reunited to Holland and with it became the independent kingdom of the Netherlands in 1815. After the revolt of its citizens in 1830, it became the independent kingdom of Belgium. Under Leopold II, it acquired vast lands in Africa. Overrun by the Germans in World Wars I and II, it was the scene of the Battle of the Bulge. Internal discord led to legislation in the 1970s and 1980s that created three nearly autonomous regions in accordance with language distribution: Flemish Flanders, French Wallonia, and bilingual Brussels. In 1993 it became a federation comprised of the three regions.

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Belgium at English = English (world95) Of Explained:

A piece of rubber, felt, or woolen cloth, used in
the tympan to make it soft and elastic.

3. A streak or layer of blubber in whales.

Note: The use of blankets formerly as curtains in theaters
explains the following figure of Shakespeare. --Nares.

Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark
To cry, ``Hold, hold!'' --Shak.

{Blanket sheet}, a newspaper of folio size.

{A wet blanket}, anything which damps, chills, dispirits, or
discour?ges.

3. A bicycle or a tricycle; a velocipede.

4. A rolling or revolving body; anything of a circular form;
a disk; an orb. --Milton.

5. A turn revolution; rotation; compass.

According to the common vicissitude and wheel of
things, the proud and the insolent, after long
trampling upon others, come at length to be trampled
upon themselves. --South.

[He] throws his steep flight in many an a["e]ry
wheel. --Milton.

{A wheel within a wheel}, or {Wheels within wheels}, a
complication of circumstances, motives, etc.

{Balance wheel}. See in the Vocab.

{Bevel wheel}, {Brake wheel}, {Cam wheel}, {Fifth wheel},
{Overshot wheel}, {Spinning wheel}, etc. See under {Bevel},
{Brake}, etc.

{Core wheel}. (Mach.)
(a) A mortise gear.
(b) A wheel having a rim perforated to receive wooden
cogs; the skeleton of a mortise gear.

{Measuring wheel}, an odometer, or perambulator.

{Wheel and axle} (Mech.), one of the elementary machines or
mechanical powers, consisting of a wheel fixed to an axle,
and used for raising great weights, by applying the power
to the circumference of the wheel, and attaching the
weight, by a rope or chain, to that of the axle. Called
also {axis in peritrochio}, and {perpetual lever}, -- the
principle of equilibrium involved being the same as in the
lever, while its action is continuous. See {Mechanical
powers}, under {Mechanical}.

{Wheel animal}, or {Wheel animalcule} (Zo["o]l.), any one of
numerous species of rotifers having a ciliated disk at the
anterior end.

{Wheel barometer}. (Physics) See under {Barometer}.

{Wheel boat}, a boat with wheels, to be used either on water
or upon inclined planes or railways.

{Wheel bug} (Zo["o]l.), a large North American hemipterous
insect ({Prionidus cristatus}) which sucks the blood of
other insects. So named from the curious shape of the
prothorax.

{Wheel carriage}, a carriage moving on wheels.

{Wheel chains}, or {Wheel ropes} (Naut.), the chains or ropes
connecting the wheel and rudder.

{Wheel cutter}, a machine for shaping the cogs of gear
wheels; a gear cutter.

{Wheel horse}, one of the horses nearest to the wheels, as
opposed to a leader, or forward horse; -- called also
{wheeler}.

{Wheel lathe}, a lathe for turning railway-car wheels.

{Wheel lock}.
(a) A letter lock. See under {Letter}.
(b) A kind of gunlock in which sparks were struck from a
flint, or piece of iron pyrites, by a revolving wheel.
(c) A kind of brake a carriage.

{Wheel ore} (Min.), a variety of bournonite so named from the
shape of its twin crystals. See {Bournonite}.

{Wheel pit} (Steam Engine), a pit in the ground, in which the
lower part of the fly wheel runs.

{Wheel plow}, or {Wheel plough}, a plow having one or two
wheels attached, to render it more steady, and to regulate
the depth of the furrow.

{Wheel press}, a press by which railway-car wheels are forced
on, or off, their axles.

{Wheel race}, the place in which a water wheel is set.

{Wheel rope} (Naut.), a tiller rope. See under {Tiller}.

{Wheel stitch} (Needlework), a stitch resembling a spider's
web, worked into the material, and not over an open space.
--Caulfeild & S. (Dict. of Needlework).

{Wheel tree} (Bot.), a tree ({Aspidosperma excelsum}) of
Guiana, which has a trunk so curiously fluted that a
transverse section resembles the hub and spokes of a
coarsely made wheel. See {Paddlewood}.

{Wheel urchin} (Zo["o]l.), any sea urchin of the genus
{Rotula} having a round, flat shell.

{Wheel window} (Arch.), a circular window having radiating
mullions arranged like the spokes of a wheel. Cf. {Rose
window}, under {Rose}.Sepulcher \Sep"ul*cher\, Sepulchre \Sep"ul*chre\, n. [OE.
sepulcre, OF. sepulcre, F. s['e]pulcre, fr. L. sepulcrum,
sepulchrum, fr. sepelire to bury.]
The place in which the dead body of a human being is
interred, or a place set apart for that purpose; a grave; a
tomb.

The stony entrance of this sepulcher. --Shak.

The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early,
when it was yet dark, unto the sepulcher. --John xx. 1.

{A whited sepulcher}. Fig.: Any person who is fair outwardly
but unclean or vile within. See --Matt. xxiii. 27.Berth \Berth\, n. [From the root of bear to produce, like birth
nativity. See {Birth}.] [Also written {birth}.]
1. (Naut.)
(a) Convenient sea room.
(b) A room in which a number of the officers or ship's
company mess and reside.
(c) The place where a ship lies when she is at anchor, or
at a wharf.

2. An allotted place; an appointment; situation or
employment. ``He has a good berth.'' --Totten.

3. A place in a ship to sleep in; a long box or shelf on the
side of a cabin or stateroom, or of a railway car, for
sleeping in.

{Berth deck}, the deck next below the lower gun deck. --Ham.
Nav. Encyc.

{To give} (the land or any object) {a wide berth}, to keep at
a distance from it.Goose \Goose\ (g[=oo]s), n.; pl. {Geese} (g[=e]s). [OE. gos, AS.
g[=o]s, pl. g[=e]s; akin to D. & G. gans, Icel. g[=a]s, Dan.
gaas, Sw. g[*a]s, Russ. guse. OIr. geiss, L. anser, for
hanser, Gr. chh`n, Skr. ha[.m]sa. [root]233. Cf. {Gander},
{Gannet}, {Ganza}, {Gosling}.] (Zo["o]l.)
1. Any large web-footen bird of the subfamily {Anserin[ae]},
and belonging to {Anser}, {Branta}, {Chen}, and several
allied genera. See {Anseres}.

Note: The common domestic goose is believed to have been
derived from the European graylag goose ({Anser
anser}). The bean goose ({A. segetum}), the American
wild or Canada goose ({Branta Canadensis}), and the
bernicle goose ({Branta leucopsis}) are well known
species. The American white or snow geese and the blue
goose belong to the genus {Chen}. See {Bernicle},
{Emperor goose}, under {Emperor}, {Snow goose}, {Wild
goose}, {Brant}.

2. Any large bird of other related families, resembling the
common goose.

Note: The Egyptian or fox goose ({Alopochen [AE]gyptiaca})
and the African spur-winged geese ({Plectropterus})
belong to the family {Plectropterid[ae]}. The
Australian semipalmated goose ({Anseranas semipalmata})
and Cape Barren goose ({Cereopsis
Nov[ae]-Hollandi[ae]}) are very different from northern
geese, and each is made the type of a distinct family.
Both are domesticated in Australia.

3. A tailor's smoothing iron, so called from its handle,
which resembles the neck of a goose.

4. A silly creature; a simpleton.

5. A game played with counters on a board divided into
compartments, in some of which a goose was depicted.

The pictures placed for ornament and use, The twelve
good rules, the royal game of goose. --Goldsmith.

{A wild goose chase}, an attempt to accomplish something
impossible or unlikely of attainment.

{Fen goose}. See under {Fen}.

{Goose barnacle} (Zo["o]l.), any pedunculated barnacle of the
genus {Anatifa} or {Lepas}; -- called also {duck
barnacle}. See {Barnacle}, and {Cirripedia}.

{Goose cap}, a silly person. [Obs.] --Beau. & .

{Goose corn} (Bot.), a coarse kind of rush ({Juncus
squarrosus}).

{Goose feast}, Michaelmas. [Colloq. Eng.]

{Goose flesh}, a peculiar roughness of the skin produced by
cold or fear; -- called also {goose skin}.World \World\, n. [OE. world, werld, weorld, weoreld, AS.
weorold, worold; akin to OS. werold, D. wereld, OHG. weralt,
worolt, werolt, werlt, G. welt, Icel. ver["o]ld, Sw. verld,
Dan. verden; properly, the age of man, lifetime, humanity;
AS. wer a man + a word akin to E. old; cf. AS. yld lifetime,
age, ylde men, humanity. Cf. {Werewolf}, {Old}.]
1. The earth and the surrounding heavens; the creation; the
system of created things; existent creation; the universe.

The invisible things of him from the creation of the
world are clearly seen. --Rom. 1. 20.

With desire to know, What nearer might concern him,
how this world Of heaven and earth conspicuous first
began. --Milton.

2. Any planet or heavenly body, especially when considered as
inhabited, and as the scene of interests analogous with
human interests; as, a plurality of worlds. ``Lord of the
worlds above.'' --I. Watts.

Amongst innumerable stars, that shone Star distant,
but high-hand seemed other worlds. --Milton.

There may be other worlds, where the inhabitants
have never violated their allegiance to their
almighty Sovereign. --W. B.
Sprague.

3. The earth and its inhabitants, with their concerns; the
sum of human affairs and interests.

That forbidden tree, whose mortal taste Brought
death into the world, and all our woe. --Milton.

4. In a more restricted sense, that part of the earth and its
concerns which is known to any one, or contemplated by any
one; a division of the globe, or of its inhabitants; human
affairs as seen from a certain position, or from a given
point of view; also, state of existence; scene of life and
action; as, the Old World; the New World; the religious
world; the Catholic world; the upper world; the future
world; the heathen world.

One of the greatest in the Christian world Shall be
my surety. --Shak.

Murmuring that now they must be put to make war
beyond the world's end -- for so they counted
Britain. --Milton.

5. The customs, practices, and interests of men; general
affairs of life; human society; public affairs and
occupations; as, a knowledge of the world.

Happy is she that from the world retires. --Waller.

If knowledge of the world makes man perfidious, May
Juba ever live in ignorance. --Addison.

6. Individual experience of, or concern with, life; course of
life; sum of the affairs which affect the individual; as,
to begin the world with no property; to lose all, and
begin the world anew.

7. The inhabitants of the earth; the human race; people in
general; the public; mankind.

Since I do purpose to marry, I will think nothing to
any purpose that the world can say against it.
--Shak.

Tell me, wench, how will the world repute me For
undertaking so unstaid a journey? --Shak.

8. The earth and its affairs as distinguished from heaven;
concerns of this life as distinguished from those of the
life to come; the present existence and its interests;
hence, secular affairs; engrossment or absorption in the
affairs of this life; worldly corruption; the ungodly or
wicked part of mankind.

I pray not for the world, but for them which thou
hast given me; for they are thine. --John xvii.
9.

Belgium at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

Belgium
n : a monarchy in northwestern Europe; headquarters for the
European Union and for the North Atlantic Treaty
Organization [syn: {Kingdom of Belgium}, {Belgique}]

Belgium at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==
Inter: wikipedi » a
Category: Image - :Be-map.png|thumb|right|Map of Belgium

Etymology

From Inter: etyl » la|en Inter: term » Belgium|lang=la, from the name of the tribe of Category: w - :Belgae|Belgae.

Pronunciation

* Inter: a » UK|US Inter: IPA » /ˈbɛldʒəm/, Inter: X-SAMPA » /"bEldZ@m/
  • Inter: audio » en-us-Belgium.ogg|Audio (US)

    Proper noun

    Inter: en-proper nou » n


  • A country in Western Europe that has borders with the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg and France.

    Translations

    Inter: trans-top » country in Europe
  • Afrikaans: Inter: t- » af|België
  • Albanian: Inter: t+ » sq|Belgjika
  • Amharic: Inter: t- » am|ቤልጅግ|sc=Ethi
  • Arabic: Inter: t- » ar|بلجيكا|f|tr=beljiika
  • Aragonese: Inter: t- » an|Belchica
  • Aramaic: Inter: tø » arc|ܒܠܓܝܟܐ
  • Armenian: Inter: t- » hy|Բելգիա|tr=Belgia
  • Aromanian: Inter: t- » rup|Belghia
  • Asturian: Inter: t+ » ast|Bélxica|f
  • Azeri: Inter: t+ » az|Belçika
  • Basque: Inter: t+ » eu|Belgika
  • Bavarian: Inter: tø » bar|Belgien
  • Belarusian: Inter: t- » be|Бельгія|f|tr=Bél’hija
  • Bengali: Inter: t- » bn|বেলজিয়াম|tr=beljiẏam|sc=Beng
  • Bishnupriya Manipuri: Inter: tø » bpy|বেলজিয়াম
  • Breton: Inter: t+ » br|Belgia
  • Bulgarian: Inter: t+ » bg|Белгия|f|tr=Bélgija
  • Burmese: Inter: t- » my|ဘယ်လ်ဂျီယမ်နိုင်ငံ|sc=Mymr|tr=bèlgyiyan naingngan
  • Catalan: Inter: t+ » ca|Bèlgica|f
  • Cebuano: Inter: tø » ceb|Belhika
  • Chechen: Inter: tø » ce|Бельге|sc=Cyrl
  • Cherokee: Inter: t- » chr|ᏇᎵᏣᎻ|tr=Quelitsami|sc=Cher
  • Chinese:
  • : Hakka: Inter: tø » hak|Pí-li-sṳ̀
  • : Mandarin: Inter: t- » cmn|比利時|sc=Hani, Inter: t- » cmn|比利时|tr=Bǐlìshí|sc=Hani
  • : Min Nan: Inter: t- » nan|Belgien
  • Chuvash: Inter: tø » cv|Бельги|sc=Cyrl
  • Cornish: Inter: t- » kw|Pow Belg
  • Corsican: Inter: t- » co|Belgica
  • Crimean Tatar: Inter: tø » crh|Belçika
  • Czech: Inter: t+ » cs|Belgie|f
  • Danish: Inter: t+ » da|Belgien
  • Dhivehi: Inter: t- » dv|ބެލްޖިއަމް
  • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|België|n
  • Dutch Low Saxon: Inter: tø » nds-nl|België
  • Dzongkha: Inter: t- » dz|བེལ་ཇིཡམ་|sc=Tibt
  • Esperanto: Inter: t+ » eo|Belgio, Inter: t- » eo|Belgujo
  • Estonian: Inter: t+ » et|Belgia
  • Ewe: Inter: tø » ee|Belgium
  • Faroese: Inter: t+ » fo|Belgia
  • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|Belgia
  • Franco-Provençal: Inter: tø » frp|Bèlg·ique
  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|Belgique|f
  • Friulian: Inter: tø » fur|Belgjo
  • Galician: Inter: t+ » gl|Bélxica|f
  • Georgian: Inter: t- » ka|ბელგია|tr=belgia|sc=Geor
  • German: Inter: t+ » de|Belgien|n
  • : Alemannic: Inter: t- » als|Belgien
  • : Kölsch: Inter: tø » ksh|Belljie
  • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|Βέλγιο|n|tr=Vélgio
  • Greenlandic: Inter: t+ » kl|Belgia
  • Gujarati: Inter: t- » gu|બેલ્જિયમ|tr=beljiyam
  • Haitian Creole: Inter: tø » ht|Bèljik
  • Hawaiian: Inter: tø » haw|Pelekiuma
  • Hebrew: Inter: t+ » he|בלגיה|tr=Belgia
  • Hindi: Inter: t+ » hi|बेल्जियम|tr=beljiyam
  • Hungarian: Inter: t+ » hu|Belgium
  • Icelandic: Inter: t+ » is|Belgía
  • Ido: Inter: t+ » io|Belgia
  • Ilocano: Inter: tø » ilo|Belgium
  • Indonesian: Inter: t- » id|Belgia
  • Interlingua: Inter: t- » ia|Belgica, Inter: t- » ia|Belgio
  • Interlingue: Inter: t- » ie|Belgia
  • Irish: Inter: t- » ga|Beilg|f|alt=An Bheilg, Inter: t- » ga|Ríocht na Beilge|f
  • Italian: Inter: t+ » it|Belgio|m
  • Japanese: Inter: t+ » ja|ベルギー|tr=Berugī
  • Javanese: Inter: t- » jv|Bèlgia
  • Kabyle: Inter: tø » kab|Biljik
  • Kamba: Inter: tø » kam|Belgium, Inter: tø » kam|Belgium, Inter: tø » kam|Belgium
  • Kapampangan: Inter: tø » pam|Belgium
  • Kashubian: Inter: t+ » csb|Belgijskô
  • Kazakh: Inter: t » kk|Белгия|tr=Belgiya|sc=Cyrl
  • Khmer: Inter: t- » km|បែលហ្ស៊ិក|tr=bael zik|sc=Khmr
  • Kinyarwanda: Inter: t- » rw|Ububirigi
  • Komi: Inter: tø » kv|Бельгия|sc=Cyrl
  • Korean: Inter: t+ » ko|벨기에|tr=Belgie|sc=Hang
  • Kurdish:
  • : Sorani: Inter: t- » ku|به‌لجیکا|sc=ku-Arab
  • Kyrgyz: Inter: t- » ky|Бельгия|tr=Bel'giya|sc=Cyrl
  • Ladino: Inter: tø » lad|Beljika
  • Lao: Inter: t+ » lo|ແບນຊິກ|tr=bǣn-sik|sc=Laoo
  • Latin: Inter: t- » la|Belgia, Inter: t- » la|Belgica|f
  • Latvian: Inter: t+ » lv|Beļģija|f
  • Ligurian: Inter: tø » lij|Belgiò
  • Limburgish: Inter: t- » li|Belsj
  • Lingala: Inter: t- » ln|Bɛ́ljika
  • Lithuanian: Inter: t+ » lt|Belgija|f

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Livonian: Belgij
    • Lojban: Inter: t- » jbo|Belgique
    • Low German: Inter: t+ » nds|Belgien
    • Lower Sorbian: Inter: tø » dsb|Belgiska
    • Luhya: Inter: tø » luy|Belgium
    • Luxembourgish: Inter: t+ » lb|Belsch|f
    • Macedonian: Inter: t+ » mk|Белгија|f|tr=Bélgija
    • Malagasy: Inter: t- » mg|Belzika
    • Malay: Inter: t- » ms|Belgium
    • Malayalam: Inter: t- » ml|ബെല്‍ജിയം|sc=Mlym
    • Maltese: Inter: t- » mt|Belġju
    • Manx: Inter: t- » gv|Yn Velg
    • Marathi: Inter: t- » mr|बेल्जियम|sc=Deva
    • Meru: Inter: tø » mer|Belgium
    • Mongolian: Inter: t+ » mn|Бельги|tr=Bel’gi|sc=Cyrl
    • Nahuatl: Inter: t- » nah|Belxicān
    • Nauruan: Inter: t- » na|Belgium
    • Navajo: Inter: tø » nv|Bélgii bikéyah
    • Neapolitan: Inter: tø » nap|Belge
    • Nepali: Inter: t- » ne|बेल्जियम|tr=beljiyam|sc=Deva
    • Norman: Inter: tø » roa-nor|Belgique
    • Northern Sami: Inter: tø » se|Belgia
    • Norwegian: Inter: t+ » no|Belgia
    • : Nynorsk: Inter: t+ » nn|Belgia
    • Novial: Inter: tø » nov|Belgia
    • Occitan: Inter: t+ » oc|Belgica
    • Old English: Inter: t- » ang|Belgice
    • Ossetian: Inter: tø » os|Бельги
    • Papiamentu: Inter: tø » pap|Bélgika
    • Pashto: Inter: t- » ps|بلجيم|sc=Arab
    • Pennsylvania German: Inter: tø » pdc|Belgien
    • Persian: Inter: t+ » fa|بلژیک|tr=Belžik
    • Piedmontese: Inter: tø » pms|Belgi
    • Polish: Inter: t+ » pl|Belgia|f
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ » pt|Bélgica
    • Quechua: Inter: t- » qu|Bilhika
    • Romani: Inter: tø » rom|Beljiya
    • Romanian: Inter: t+ » ro|Belgia|f
    • Romansch: Inter: t- » rm|Belgia
    • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|Бельгия|f|tr=Bél’gija
    • Samogitian: Inter: tø » sgs|Belgėjė
    • Sanskrit: Inter: t- » sa|बेल्जियम
    • Saterland Frisian: Inter: tø » stq|Belgien
    • Scots: Inter: tø » sco|Belgium
    • Scottish Gaelic: Inter: t- » gd|A' Bheilg
    • Serbo-Croatian:
    • : Cyrillic: Inter: t- » sh|Белгија|f|sc=Cyrl
    • : Roman: Inter: t- » sh|Belgija|f
    • Sicilian: Inter: t- » scn|Belgiu|m
    • Silesian: Inter: tø » szl|Belgijo
    • Slovak: Inter: t+ » sk|Belgicko|n
    • Slovene: Inter: t+ » sl|Belgija|alt=Bélgija|f
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|Bélgica|f
    • Sranan Tongo: Inter: tø » srn|Belgikondre
    • Sundanese: Inter: t- » su|Bélgia
    • Swahili: Inter: t+ » sw|Ubelgiji, Inter: t+ » sw|Ubelgiji
    • Swedish: Inter: t+ » sv|Belgien
    • Tagalog: Inter: t+ » tl|Belhika
    • Tajik: Inter: t- » tg|Белгия|tr=Belgiya|sc=Cyrl
    • Tamil: Inter: t- » ta|பெல்ஜியம்|tr=peljiyam
    • Telugu: Inter: t+ » te|బెల్జియం
    • Tetum: Inter: tø » tet|Béljika
    • Thai: Inter: t- » th|ประเทศเบลเยียม|tr=bpràtêt bayn-yiam|sc=Thai, Inter: t+ » th|เบลเยียม|tr=bayn-yiam|sc=Thai
    • Tibetan: Inter: t- » bo|པེར་ཅིན
    • Tok Pisin: Inter: t- » tpi|Beljiam
    • Turkish: Inter: t+ » tr|Belçika
    • Turkmen: Inter: t- » tk|Belgiýa
    • Udmurt: Inter: tø » udm|Бельгия
    • Ukrainian: Inter: t+ » uk|Бельгія|f|tr=Bél'hija
    • Upper Sorbian: Inter: t- » hsb|Belgiska
    • Urdu: Inter: t- » ur|بلجئیم|tr=beljiyam
    • Uyghur: Inter: t- » ug|بېلگىيە|sc=Arab
    • Uzbek: Inter: t- » uz|Belgiya|sc=Cyrl
    • Venetian: Inter: tø » vec|Belgio
    • Vietnamese: Inter: t- » vi|Bỉ
    • Volapük: Inter: t+ » vo|Belgän
    • Võro: Inter: tø » vro|Belgiä
    • Walloon: Inter: t+ » wa|Beldjike
    • Waray-Waray: Inter: tø » war|Belhika
    • Welsh: Inter: t+ » cy|Gwlad Belg|f
    • West Flemish: Inter: tø » vls|België
    • West Frisian: Inter: t+ » fy|Belgje
    • Wolof: Inter: t- » wo|Beljik
    • Yiddish: Inter: t- » yi|בעלגיע|tr=belgie
    • Yoruba: Inter: t- » yo|Belgium
    • Zazaki: Inter: qualifier » Southern Zazaki Inter: tø » zza|Belçıka


    Inter: trans-botto » m

    Synonyms

    * Kingdom of Belgium Inter: qualifier » official name

    Meronyms

    * Wallonia
  • Flanders
  • Brussels-Capital Region
  • Brussels Inter: qualifier » capital city

    Related terms

    * Belgian

    See also

    * Category: Appendix:Place names in Belgium -
  • Inter: list:countries of Europe/e » n

  • Category: Category:en:Belgium -
    Category: Category:en:Exonyms -

    Hungarian

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=hu

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /ˈbɛlɡijum/|lang=hu
    • Inter: hyphenation » Bel|gi|um

      Proper noun

      Inter: hu-proper nou » n


  • Inter: l » en|Belgium

    Declension

    Inter: hu-decl-ok » Belgiu|m|otInter: hu-pos-otok » Belgium||ai

    Related terms

    * Belga Királyság
  • belga

  • Category: Category:hu:Countries -
    Category: Category:hu:Exonyms -
    Category: ast:Belgium -
    Translation: bg » Belgium
    Translation: cs » Belgium
    Translation: cy » Belgium
    Translation: de » Belgium
    Translation: et » Belgium
    Translation: el » Belgium
    Translation: es » Belgium
    Translation: eu » Belgium
    Translation: fr » Belgium
    Translation: fy » Belgium
    Translation: gl » Belgium
    Translation: ko » Belgium
    Translation: hi » Belgium
    Translation: hr » Belgium
    Translation: io » Belgium
    Translation: id » Belgium
    Translation: it » Belgium
    Translation: kl » Belgium
    Translation: kn » Belgium
    Translation: sw » Belgium
    Translation: lo » Belgium
    Translation: lv » Belgium
    Translation: lb » Belgium
    Translation: lt » Belgium
    Translation: hu » Belgium
    Translation: mn » Belgium
    Translation: nl » Belgium
    Translation: ja » Belgium
    Translation: nn » Belgium
    Translation: pl » Belgium
    Translation: pt » Belgium
    Translation: ro » Belgium
    Translation: ru » Belgium
    Category: simple:Belgium -
    Translation: sk » Belgium
    Translation: fi » Belgium
    Translation: sv » Belgium
    Translation: ta » Belgium
    Translation: th » Belgium
    Translation: tg » Belgium
    Translation: tr » Belgium
    Translation: uk » Belgium
    Translation: zh » Belgium