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canada Explained

canada at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

['kænədə]

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

said to be a Latinized form of a word for "village" in an Iroquoian language of the St. Lawrence valley that had gone extinct by 1600. ///

canada at Interlingua => English Of Explained:

Canada (cá-)npr Canada

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

a country in North America, north of the US, which is made up of ten provinces. Population: 31,593,000 (2001). Capital: Ottawa. Canada is the second largest country in the world. // Quebec//

canada at Dutch => English Of Explained:

al cre

canada at French => English Of Explained:

Canada

canadá at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

flouri

canadá at Spanish => English Of Explained:

Canada

cañada at Spanish => English Of Explained:

dale, glen

canada at Swedish => English Of Explained:

opolog

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

Nation, N. America. Area: 3,851,808 sq mi (9,976,185 sq km). Population (1997): 30,287,000. Capital: Ottawa. People of British and French descent compose more than half the population; there are significant minorities of German, Italian, Ukrainian, Chinese, Dutch, Amer. Indian, and Eskimo (Inuit) origin. Languages: English, French (both official). Religions: Roman Catholicism, Protestantism (United Church of Canada, Anglican Church of Canada). Currency: Canadian dollar. Canada may be divided into several physiographic regions. A large interior basin centered on Hudson Bay and covering nearly four-fifths of the country is composed of the Canadian (Laurentian) Shield, the interior plains, and the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence lowlands. Rimming the basin are highland regions, incl. the Arctic Archipelago. Its mountains include the Rocky Mtns., Coast Mtns., and Laurentian Mtns. Its highest peak is Mt. Logan in Yukon Territory. Five of Canada's rivers--the St. Lawrence, Mackenzie, Yukon, Fraser, and Nelson--rank among the world's 40 largest. In addition to Lakes Superior and Huron, both shared with the U.S., Canada's Great Bear and Great Slave lakes are among the world's 11 largest lakes. The country also includes several major islands, incl. Baffin, Ellesmere, Victoria, Newfoundland, and Melville, and many small ones. Its border with the U.S., the longest unguarded border in the world, extends 3,987 mi (6,415 km). With a developed market economy that is export-directed and closely linked with that of the U.S., Canada is one of the world's most prosperous nations. It is a parliamentary state with two legislative houses; its chief of state is the British monarch, whose representative is Canada's governor-general, and the head of government is the prime minister. Originally inhabited by Amer. Indians and Inuit, Canada was visited c.AD 1000 by Scandinavian explorers, whose discovery is confirmed by archaeological evidence from Newfoundland. Fishing expeditions off Newfoundland by the English, French, Spanish, and Portuguese began as early as 1500. The French claim to Canada was made in 1534 when J. Cartier entered the Gulf of St. Lawrence. A small settlement was made in Nova Scotia (Arcadia) in 1605, and by 1608 S. de Champlain had reached Quebec. Fur trading was the impetus behind the early colonizing efforts. In response to French activity, the English in 1670 formed the Hudson's Bay Co. The British-French rivalry for the interior of upper N. America lasted almost a century. The first French loss occurred in 1713 at the conclusion of Queen Anne's War (War of the Spanish Succession) when Nova Scotia and Newfoundland were ceded to the British. The Seven Years' War (French and Indian War) resulted in France's expulsion from continental N. America in 1763. After the Amer. Revolution the population was augmented by Loyalists fleeing the U.S., and the increasing number arriving in Quebec led the British to divide the colony into Upper and Lower Canada in 1791. The British reunited the two provinces in 1841. Canadian expansionism resulted in the confederation movement of the mid-19th cent., and in 1867 the Dominion of Canada, comprising Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario, came into existence. After confederation, Canada entered a period of westward expansion. The prosperity that accompanied Canada into the 20th cent. was marred by continuing conflict between the English and French communities. Through the Statute of Westminster (1931), Canada was recognized as an equal partner of Great Britain. With the Canada Act of 1982, the British gave Canada total control over its constitution and severed the remaining legal connections between the two countries. French-Canadian unrest continued to be a major concern, with a movement growing for Quebec separatism in the late 20th cent. Referendums for more political autonomy for Quebec were rejected in 1992 and 1995, but the issue remained unresolved. In 1999 Canada formed the new territory of Nunavut.

Canada at French => English Of Explained:

te [apzurtəstə]
most

Canada at Dutch => English Of Explained:

Canada [kɑnada]
Canada

Canadá at Spanish => English Of Explained:

Canada(Kanado)

Canada at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Canada \Ca*[~n]a"da\, n. [Sp.]
A small ca[~n]on; a narrow valley or glen; also, but less
frequently, an open valley. [Local, Western U. S.]

Canada \Can"a*da\, n.
A British province in North America, giving its name to
various plants and animals.

{Canada balsam}. See under {Balsam}.

{Canada goose}. (Zo["o]l.) See {Wild goose}.

{Canada jay}. See {Whisky Jack}.

{Canada lynx}. (Zo["o]l.) See {Lynx}.

{Canada porcupine} (Zo["o]l.) See {Porcupine}, and {Urson}.


{Canada rice} (Bot.) See under {Rick}.

{Canada robin} (Zo["o]l.), the cedar bird.

Canada at English = English (world95) Of Explained:

ate
Trials.Aboard \A*board"\, adv. [Pref. a- on, in + board.]
On board; into or within a ship or boat; hence, into or
within a railway car.

2. Alongside; as, close aboard. Naut.:

{To fall aboard of}, to strike a ship's side; to fall foul
of.

{To haul the tacks aboard}, to set the courses.

{To keep the land aboard}, to hug the shore.

{To lay (a ship) aboard}, to place one's own ship close
alongside of (a ship) for fighting.

Aboard \A*board"\, prep.
1. On board of; as, to go aboard a ship.

2. Across; athwart. [Obs.]

Nor iron bands aboard The Pontic Sea by their huge
navy cast. --Spenser.Abodance \A*bod"ance\, n. [See {Bode}.]
An omen; a portending. [Obs.]Abide \A*bide"\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Abode}, formerly {Abid};
p. pr. & vb. n. {Abiding}.] [AS. [=a]b[=i]dan; pref. [=a]-
(cf. Goth. us-, G. er-, orig. meaning out) + b[=i]dan to
bide. See {Bide}.]
1. To wait; to pause; to delay. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

2. To stay; to continue in a place; to have one's abode; to
dwell; to sojourn; -- with with before a person, and
commonly with at or in before a place.

Let the damsel abide with us a few days. --Gen.
xxiv. 55.

3. To remain stable or fixed in some state or condition; to
continue; to remain.

Let every man abide in the same calling. --1 Cor.
vii. 20.
Followed by by:

{To abide by}.
(a) To stand to; to adhere; to maintain.

The poor fellow was obstinate enough to abide by
what he said at first. --Fielding.
(b) To acquiesce; to conform to; as, to abide by a
decision or an award.

Abode \A*bode"\, n. [See {Bode}, v. t.]
An omen. [Obs.]

High-thundering Juno's husband stirs my spirit with
true abodes. --Chapman.

Abode \A*bode"\, v. t.
To bode; to foreshow. [Obs.] --Shak.

Abode \A*bode"\, v. i.
To be ominous. [Obs.] --Dryden.

Abode \A*bode"\,
pret. of {Abide}.

Abode \A*bode"\, n. [OE. abad, abood, fr. abiden to abide. See
{Abide}. For the change of vowel, cf. abode, imp. of abide.]
1. Act of waiting; delay. [Obs.] --Shak.

And with her fled away without abode. --Spenser.

2. Stay or continuance in a place; sojourn.

He waxeth at your abode here. --Fielding.

3. Place of continuance, or where one dwells; abiding place;
residence; a dwelling; a habitation.

Come, let me lead you to our poor abode.
--Wordsworth.Abodement \A*bode"ment\ (-ment), n.
A foreboding; an omen. [Obs.] ``Abodements must not now
affright us.'' --Shak.Aboding \A*bod"ing\, n.
A foreboding. [Obs.]Abolish \A*bol"ish\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abolished}; p. pr. &
vb. n. {Abolishing}.] [F. abolir, L. abolere, aboletum; ab +
olere to grow. Cf. {Finish}.]
1. To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; -- said of
laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; as, to
abolish slavery, to abolish folly.

2. To put an end to, or destroy, as a physical objects; to
wipe out. [Archaic]

And with thy blood abolish so reproachful blot.
--Spenser.

His quick instinctive hand Caught at the hilt, as to
abolish him. --Tennyson.

Syn: To {Abolish}, {Repeal}, {Abrogate}, {Revoke}, {Annul},
{Nullify}, {Cancel}.

Usage: These words have in common the idea of setting aside
by some overruling act. Abolish applies particularly
to things of a permanent nature, such as institutions,
usages, customs, etc.; as, to abolish monopolies,
serfdom, slavery. Repeal describes the act by which
the legislature of a state sets aside a law which it
had previously enacted. Abrogate was originally
applied to the repeal of a law by the Roman people;
and hence, when the power of making laws was usurped
by the emperors, the term was applied to their act of
setting aside the laws. Thus it came to express that
act by which a sovereign or an executive government
sets aside laws, ordinances, regulations, treaties,
conventions, etc. Revoke denotes the act of recalling
some previous grant which conferred, privilege, etc.;
as, to revoke a decree, to revoke a power of attorney,
a promise, etc. Thus, also, we speak of the revocation
of the Edict of Nantes. Annul is used in a more
general sense, denoting simply to make void; as, to
annul a contract, to annul an agreement. Nullify is an
old word revived in this country, and applied to the
setting of things aside either by force or by total
disregard; as, to nullify an act of Congress. Cancel
is to strike out or annul, by a deliberate exercise of
power, something which has operative force.Abolishable \A*bol"ish*a*ble\, a. [Cf. F. abolissable.]
Capable of being abolished.Abolish \A*bol"ish\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abolished}; p. pr. &
vb. n. {Abolishing}.] [F. abolir, L. abolere, aboletum; ab +
olere to grow. Cf. {Finish}.]
1. To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; -- said of
laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; as, to
abolish slavery, to abolish folly.

2. To put an end to, or destroy, as a physical objects; to
wipe out. [Archaic]

And with thy blood abolish so reproachful blot.
--Spenser.

His quick instinctive hand Caught at the hilt, as to
abolish him. --Tennyson.

Syn: To {Abolish}, {Repeal}, {Abrogate}, {Revoke}, {Annul},
{Nullify}, {Cancel}.

Usage: These words have in common the idea of setting aside
by some overruling act. Abolish applies particularly
to things of a permanent nature, such as institutions,
usages, customs, etc.; as, to abolish monopolies,
serfdom, slavery. Repeal describes the act by which
the legislature of a state sets aside a law which it
had previously enacted. Abrogate was originally
applied to the repeal of a law by the Roman people;
and hence, when the power of making laws was usurped
by the emperors, the term was applied to their act of
setting aside the laws. Thus it came to express that
act by which a sovereign or an executive government
sets aside laws, ordinances, regulations, treaties,
conventions, etc. Revoke denotes the act of recalling
some previous grant which conferred, privilege, etc.;
as, to revoke a decree, to revoke a power of attorney,
a promise, etc. Thus, also, we speak of the revocation
of the Edict of Nantes. Annul is used in a more
general sense, denoting simply to make void; as, to
annul a contract, to annul an agreement. Nullify is an
old word revived in this country, and applied to the
setting of things aside either by force or by total
disregard; as, to nullify an act of Congress. Cancel
is to strike out or annul, by a deliberate exercise of
power, something which has operative force.Abolisher \A*bol"ish*er\, n.
One who abolishes.Abolish \A*bol"ish\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abolished}; p. pr. &
vb. n. {Abolishing}.] [F. abolir, L. abolere, aboletum; ab +
olere to grow. Cf. {Finish}.]
1. To do away with wholly; to annul; to make void; -- said of
laws, customs, institutions, governments, etc.; as, to
abolish slavery, to abolish folly.

2. To put an end to, or destroy, as a physical objects; to
wipe out. [Archaic]

And with thy blood abolish so reproachful blot.
--Spenser.

His quick instinctive hand Caught at the hilt, as to
abolish him. --Tennyson.

Syn: To {Abolish}, {Repeal}, {Abrogate}, {Revoke}, {Annul},
{Nullify}, {Cancel}.

Usage: These words have in common the idea of setting aside
by some overruling act. Abolish applies particularly
to things of a permanent nature, such as institutions,
usages, customs, etc.; as, to abolish monopolies,
serfdom, slavery. Repeal describes the act by which
the legislature of a state sets aside a law which it
had previously enacted. Abrogate was originally
applied to the repeal of a law by the Roman people;
and hence, when the power of making laws was usurped
by the emperors, the term was applied to their act of
setting aside the laws. Thus it came to express that
act by which a sovereign or an executive government
sets aside laws, ordinances, regulations, treaties,
conventions, etc. Revoke denotes the act of recalling
some previous grant which conferred, privilege, etc.;
as, to revoke a decree, to revoke a power of attorney,
a promise, etc. Thus, also, we speak of the revocation
of the Edict of Nantes. Annul is used in a more
general sense, denoting simply to make void; as, to
annul a contract, to annul an agreement. Nullify is an
old word revived in this country, and applied to the
setting of things aside either by force or by total
disregard; as, to nullify an act of Congress. Cancel
is to strike out or annul, by a deliberate exercise of
power, something which has operative force.Abolishment \A*bol"ish*ment\ (-ment), n. [Cf. F. abolissement.]
The act of abolishing; abolition; destruction. --Hooker.Abolition \Ab"o*li"tion\, n. [L. abolitio, fr. abolere: cf. F.
abolition. See {Abolish}.]
The act of abolishing, or the state of being abolished; an
annulling; abrogation; utter destruction; as, the abolition
of slavery or the slave trade; the abolition of laws,
decrees, ordinances, customs, taxes, debts, etc.

Note: The application of this word to persons is now unusual
or obsoleteAbolitionism \Ab`o*li"tion*ism\, n.
The principles or measures of abolitionists. --Wilberforce.Abolitionist \Ab`o*li"tion*ist\, n.
A person who favors the abolition of any institution,
especially negro slavery.Abolitionize \Ab`o*li`tion*ize\, v. t.
To imbue with the principles of abolitionism. [R.]
--Bartlett.Aboma \A*bo"ma\, n. (Zo["o]l.)
A large South American serpent ({Boa aboma}).Abomasum \Ab`o*ma"sum\, Abomasus \Ab`o*ma"sus\, n. [NL., fr. L.
ab + omasum (a Celtic word).] (Anat.)
The fourth or digestive stomach of a ruminant, which leads
from the third stomach omasum. See {Ruminantia}.Abomasum \Ab`o*ma"sum\, Abomasus \Ab`o*ma"sus\, n. [NL., fr. L.
ab + omasum (a Celtic word).] (Anat.)
The fourth or digestive stomach of a ruminant, which leads
from the third stomach omasum. See {Ruminantia}.Abominable \A*bom"i*na*ble\, a. [F. abominable. L. abominalis.
See {Abominate}.]
1. Worthy of, or causing, abhorrence, as a thing of evil
omen; odious in the utmost degree; very hateful;
detestable; loathsome; execrable.

2. Excessive; large; -- used as an intensive. [Obs.]

Note: Juliana Berners . . . informs us that in her time [15th
c.], ``abomynable syght of monkes'' was elegant English
for ``a large company of friars.'' --G. P. Marsh.Abominableness \A*bom"i*na*ble*ness\, n.
The quality or state of being abominable; odiousness.
--Bentley.Abominably \A*bom"i*na*bly\, adv.
In an abominable manner; very odiously; detestably.Abominate \A*bom"i*nate\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p.
pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or
abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abhor, to curse; ab +
omen a foreboding. See {Omen}.]
To turn from as ill-omened; to hate in the highest degree, as
if with religious dread; loathe; as, to abominate all
impiety.

Syn: To hate; abhor; loathe; detest. See {Hate}.Abominate \A*bom"i*nate\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Abominated}; p.
pr. & vb. n. {Abominating}.] [L. abominatus, p. p. or
abominari to deprecate as ominous, to abh

canada at English => English (Computer) Of Explained:

. range-finderвоен. range-findertransmission line
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Canada at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

Canada
n : a nation in northern North America; the French were the
first Europeans to settle in mainland Canada; "the border
between the United States and Canada is the longest
unguarded border in the world"

Canada at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » cañada|Canadá|Canadà|Ca-na-đa

English

Inter: wikipedi » a

Etymology

From the Inter: etyl » lre|en Inter: term » canada||village, settlement|lang=lre. See Category: w - :Name of Canada|"Name of Canada" on Wikipedia.

Pronunciation

* Inter: a » Canada|UK|US Inter: IPA » /ˈkæn.ə.də/
  • Inter: audio » En-ca-Canada.ogg|Audio (CA)
  • Inter: audio » En-us-Canada.ogg|Audio (US)
  • Inter: hyphenation » Can|ada

    Proper noun

    Inter: en-proper nou » n

  • A country in North America; official name: Canada.
    1. Inter: historica » l Lower Canada or Upper Canada, often "the Canadas". Also Canada East or Canada West.

      Synonyms

      * Canuckistan, Soviet Canuckistan, People's Republic of Canada

  • Great White North
  • neighbor to the north

    Derived terms

    Inter: rel-top3 » Derived terms
  • Atlantic Canada = Atlantic provinces
  • blame Canada
  • Canada balsam
  • Canada buffalo berry
  • Canada Day
  • Canada Dry
  • Canada dogwood = bunchberry
  • Canada East = Lower Canada
  • Canada Games
  • Canada goose, Branta canadensis
  • Canada jay = grey jay
  • Canada lily, Lilium canadense
  • Canada lynx, Felis canadensis

  • Inter: rel-mid » 3
    • Canada mayflower = wild lily of the valley, Maianthemum canadense
    • Canada Pension Plan
    • Canada plum, Prunus nigra and its fruit
    • Canada poplar = Carolina poplar
    • Canadarm
    • Canada Savings Bond
    • Canada thistle, Circium arvense
    • Canada violet, Viola canadensis
    • Canada West = Upper Canada
    • Canada Yew = ground hemlock
    • Canadian
    • Canadiana
    • Canadianism


    Inter: rel-mid » 3
  • Canadianize
  • Canadianist
  • Canadien
  • Canadienne
  • Canajun
  • Central Canada = Central provinces
  • French Canada
  • Lower Canada
  • O Canada
  • Upper Canada

  • Inter: rel-botto » m

    Related terms

    * Canuck
    • Kanata

      Translations

      Inter: trans-top » Country in North America
    • Abkhaz: Inter: t- » ab|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
    • Afrikaans: Inter: t- » af|Kanada
    • Albanian: Inter: t- » sq|Kanadaja
    • Amharic: Inter: t- » am|ካናዳ|tr=kanada|sc=Ethi
    • Arabic: Inter: t- » ar|كندا|f|tr=kanadā
    • Aragonese: Inter: t- » an|Canadá
    • Aramaic: Inter: tø » arc|ܩܢܕܐ|tr=qanadā|sc=Syrc
    • Armenian: Inter: t- » hy|Կանադա|tr=Kanada
    • Asturian: Inter: t+ » ast|Canadá
    • Azeri: Inter: t+ » az|Kanada
    • Bashkir: Inter: tø » ba|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
    • Basque: Inter: t+ » eu|Kanada
    • Bavarian: Inter: tø » bar|Kanada
    • Belarusian: Inter: t- » be|Канада|f|tr=Kanáda
    • Bengali: Inter: t- » bn|কানাডা|tr=kanaḑa|sc=Beng
    • Bislama: Inter: t- » bi|Kanada
    • Breton: Kanada
    • Bulgarian: Inter: t- » bg|Канада|f|tr=Kánada|sc=Cyrl
    • Burmese: Inter: t- » my|ကနေဒာ|tr=káneda|sc=Mymr
    • Catalan: Inter: t+ » ca|Canadà
    • Cebuano: Inter: tø » ceb|Canada
    • Chinese:
    • : Cantonese: Inter: tø » yue|加拿大|tr=gaa1 naa4 daai6|sc=Hant
    • : Hakka: Inter: tø » hak|加拿大|tr=Kâ-nâ-thai|sc=Hans
    • : Mandarin: Inter: t- » cmn|加拿大|tr=Jiānádà|sc=Hani
    • : Min Nan: Inter: t- » nan|加拿大|tr=Ka-ná-tāi, Kha-ná-tah|sc=Hans
    • Chuvash: Inter: tø » cv|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
    • Cornish: Inter: t- » kw|Kanada
    • Cree: Inter: t- » cr|ᑳᓇᑕ|tr=kânata|sc=Cans
    • Czech: Inter: t+ » cs|Kanada|f
    • Danish: Inter: t+ » da|Canada
    • Dhivehi: Inter: t- » dv|ކެނެޑާ|tr=keneḋā
    • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|Canada
    • Dzongkha: Inter: t- » dz|ཀེ་ན་ཌ་|tr=ke.na.ḍa|sc=Tibt
    • Esperanto: Inter: t+ » eo|Kanado
    • Estonian: Inter: t+ » et|Kanada
    • Faroese: Inter: t- » fo|Kanada
    • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|Kanada
    • French: Inter: t+ » fr|Canada|m
    • Galician: Inter: t+ » gl|Canadá
    • Georgian: Inter: t- » ka|კანადა|tr=kanada|sc=Geor
    • German: Inter: t+ » de|Kanada|n
    • : Swiss German: Inter: tø » gsw|Kanada|n
    • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|Καναδάς|m|tr=Kanadás
    • Greenlandic: Inter: t- » kl|Kanata
    • Guaraní: Inter: t- » gn|Kanatã
    • Gujarati: Inter: t- » gu|કેનેડા|tr=keneḍā|sc=Gujr
    • Haitian Creole: Inter: tø » ht|Kanada
    • Hawaiian: Inter: tø » haw|Kanakā
    • Hebrew: Inter: t+ » he|קנדה|f|alt=קָנָדָּה|tr=qanada
    • Hindi: Inter: t+ » hi|कनाडा|tr=kanāḍā
    • Hungarian: Inter: t+ » hu|Kanada
    • Icelandic: Inter: t+ » is|Kanada
    • Ido: Inter: t+ » io|Kanada
    • Igbo: Inter: tø » ig|Canada
    • Ilocano: Inter: tø » ilo|Canada
    • Indonesian: Inter: t- » id|Kanada
    • Interlingua: Inter: t- » ia|Canada
    • Interlingue: Inter: t- » ie|Canada
    • Inuktitut: Inter: t+ » iu|ᑲᓇᑕ|tr=kanata|sc=Cans
    • Inupiak: Inter: t- » ik|Canada
    • Irish: Inter: t- » ga|Ceanada
    • Italian: Inter: t+ » it|Canada|m
    • Japanese: Inter: t+ » ja|カナダ|tr=Kanada, Inter: t- » ja|加奈陀|tr=Kanada
    • Javanese: Inter: t- » jv|Kanada
    • Inter: ttbc » kln: Inter: tø » kln|k
    • Kamba: Inter: tø » kam|Kanada
    • Kannada: Inter: t+ » kn|ಕೆನಡಾ|tr=kenaḍā|sc=Knda
    • Kapampangan: Inter: tø » pam|Canada
    • Kazakh: Inter: t- » kk|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
    • Khmer: Inter: t- » km|កាណាដា|tr=kaanaadaa|sc=Khmr
    • Korean: Inter: t+ » ko|캐나다|tr=Kaenada|sc=Hang
    • Kurdish:
    • : Sorani: Inter: t- » ku|که‌نه‌دا|sc=ku-Arab
    • Kyrgyz: Inter: t- » ky|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
    • Lao: Inter: t- » lo|ການາດາ|tr=kānādā|sc=Laoo
    • Latin: Inter: t+ » la|Canada
    • Latvian: Inter: t+ » lv|Kanāda
    • Limburgish: Inter: t+ » li|Canada
    • Lingala: Inter: t- » ln|Kanadá


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Lithuanian: Inter: t+ » lt|Kanada
  • Lojban: Inter: t- » jbo|kadnygu'e
  • Low German: Inter: t+ » nds|Kanada
  • Lower Sorbian: Inter: tø » dsb|Kanada
  • Luo: Inter: tø » luo|Kanada
  • Luxembourgish: Inter: t+ » lb|Kanada
  • Macedonian: Inter: t+ » mk|Канада|f|tr=Kánada
  • Malay: Inter: t- » ms|Kanada
  • Malayalam: Inter: t- » ml|കാനഡ|tr=kānaḍa|sc=Mlym
  • Maltese: il-Kanada
  • Manx: Inter: t- » gv|Canadey|alt=Yn Chanadey
  • Marathi: Inter: t- » mr|कॅनडा|tr=kĕnaḍā|sc=Deva
  • Mongolian: Inter: t- » mn|Канад|tr=Kanad|sc=Cyrl
  • Nahuatl: Inter: t- » nah|Canauhtlān
  • Nauruan: Inter: t- » na|Canada
  • Navajo: Inter: tø » nv|Deeteel bikéyah
  • Neapolitan: Inter: tø » nap|Canadà
  • Nepali: Inter: t- » ne|क्यानाडा|tr=kyānāḍā|sc=Deva
  • Norman: Inter: tø » roa-nor|Cannada
  • Northern Sami: Inter: tø » se|Kanáda
  • Norwegian: Inter: t+ » no|Canada
  • : Nynorsk: Inter: t+ » nn|Canada
  • Novial: Inter: tø » nov|Kanada
  • Occitan: Inter: t+ » oc|Canadà
  • Ojibwe: Inter: tø » oj|Zhaaganaashiiwaki
  • Oromo: Inter: t- » om|Canada
  • Ossetian: Inter: tø » os|Канадæ|tr=Kanadæ|sc=Cyrl
  • Pashto: Inter: t- » ps|کاناډا|tr=Kānāḋā|sc=Arab
  • Persian: Inter: t+ » fa|کانادا|tr=Kânâdâ|sc=fa-Arab
  • Piedmontese: Inter: tø » pms|Canadà
  • Polish: Inter: t+ » pl|Kanada|f
  • Portuguese: Inter: t+ » pt|Canadá|m
  • Punjabi: Inter: t- » pa|ਕੈਨੇਡਾ|tr=kaineḍā|sc=Guru
  • Quechua: Inter: t- » qu|Kanada
  • Romanian: Inter: t+ » ro|Canada|f
  • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|Канада|f|tr=Kanáda
  • Samogitian: Inter: tø » sgs|Kanada
  • Sanskrit: Inter: t- » sa|केनडा|tr=kenaḍā|sc=Deva
  • Scots: Inter: tø » sco|Canadae
  • Scottish Gaelic: Inter: t- » gd|Canada
  • Serbo-Croatian:
  • : Cyrillic: Inter: t- » sh|Канада|f
  • : Roman: Inter: t- » sh|Kanada|f
  • Sicilian: Canadà {{m}}
  • Sinhalese: Inter: t- » si|කැනඩාව|tr=kænaḍāva|sc=Sinh
  • Slovak: Inter: t- » sk|Kanada|f
  • Slovene: Inter: t+ » sl|Kanada|alt=Kánada|f
  • Somali: Inter: t- » so|Canada
  • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|Canadá|m
  • Swahili: Inter: t+ » sw|Kanada
  • Swedish: Inter: t+ » sv|Kanada
  • Tagalog: Inter: t- » tl|Kanada
  • Tahitian: Inter: tø » ty|Tanata
  • Tajik: Inter: t- » tg|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
  • Tamil: Inter: t+ » ta|கனடா|tr=kaṉaṭā|sc=Taml
  • Tatar: Inter: t- » tt|Канада|tr=Kanada|sc=Cyrl
  • Telugu: Inter: t+ » te|కెనడా|tr=kenaḍā|sc=Telu
  • Tetum: Inter: tø » tet|Kanadá
  • Thai: Inter: t+ » th|แคนาดา|tr=kâenaadaa
  • Tibetan: Inter: t- » bo|ཁ་ནའ་ཏ|tr=kʰa.nā.ta
  • Tok Pisin: Inter: t- » tpi|Kanada
  • Tongan: Inter: t- » to|Kānata
  • Tsonga: Inter: t- » ts|Canada
  • Turkish: Inter: t+ » tr|Kanada
  • Turkmen: Inter: t- » tk|Kanada
  • Ukrainian: Inter: t+ » uk|Канада|f|tr=Kanáda
  • Urdu: Inter: t- » ur|کینیڈا|tr=keneḋā, Inter: t- » ur|کناڈا|tr=kanāḍā|sc=ur-Arab
  • Uyghur: Inter: t- » ug|كانادا|tr=kanada|sc=ug-Arab
  • Uzbek: Inter: t- » uz|Kanada
  • Venetian: Inter: tø » vec|Canada
  • Veps: Inter: tø » vep|Kanad
  • Vietnamese: Inter: t- » vi|Ca-na-đa, Inter: t- » vi|Gia Nã Đại (Inter: t- » vi|加拿大|sc=Hani)
  • Volapük: Inter: t+ » vo|Kanadän
  • Welsh: Inter: t- » cy|Canada
  • West Frisian: Inter: t+ » fy|Kanada
  • Wolof: Inter: t- » wo|Kanadaa
  • Yiddish: Inter: t- » yi|קאַנאַדע|tr=Kanade|sc=Hebr
  • Yoruba: Inter: t- » yo|Kánádà
  • Inter: trreq » Zhuang
  • Zulu: Inter: t- » zu|IKhanada

  • Inter: trans-botto » m

    References

    * Inter: R:Canadian Oxford 200 » 4
    • Jacques Cartier (1545), Relation originale de Jacques Cartier, Paris: Tross 1863, p 48.

      See also

      * Inter: list:countries of North America/e » n
    • Inter: list:provinces of Canada/e » n
    • Inter: list:territories of Canada/e » n


    Category: Category:en:Canada -
    Category: Category:en:Countries -

    Dutch

    Proper noun

    Inter: nl-noun » n|-|-
  • Canada

  • Category: Category:nl:Countries -

    French

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /ka.na.da/|lang=fr
    • Inter: audio » Fr-Canada.ogg|Audio (France, Paris)
    • Inter: audio » Qc-Canada.ogg|Audio (Quebec, Montreal)
    • Inter: rhymes » a|lang=fr

      Proper noun

      Inter: fr-proper noun » m


  • Canada

    Derived terms

    * Canadien
  • canadien

  • Category: Category:fr:Countries -

    Italian

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=it

    Proper noun

    Inter: it-proper noun » g=m
  • Canada

    Derived terms

    * canadese

  • Category: Category:Italian nouns with irregular gender -
    Category: Category:it:Countries -

    Latin

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=la

    Proper noun

    Inter: la-proper noun » Canada|Canadae|Canadae|f|first
  • Canada

    Inflection

    Inter: la-decl-1st-loc » Canad|Canad

  • Category: Category:la:Countries -

    Norwegian

    Proper noun

    Inter: head » no|proper noun
  • Inter: l » en|Canada

    Related terms

    * canadier, kanadier
    • canadisk, kanadisk


    Category: Category:no:Countries -

    Romanian

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » kanada|lang=ro

    Proper noun

    Inter: head » ro|proper noun|gender=f
  • Canada

    Declension

    Inter: ro-country » gend=f|Canadei

    Related terms

    * Inter: l » ro|canadian

  • Category: Category:ro:Countries -

    Scottish Gaelic

    Proper noun

    Inter: head » gd|proper noun|g=m
  • Canada
    1. : Tha Loch Lùthaise ann an Canada.
    2. :: Lake Louise is in Canada.


    Category: Category:gd:Canada -
    Category: Category:gd:Countries -

    Tatar

    Proper noun

    Inter: tt-pos » proper noun|l
  • Inter: l » en|Canada

    Declension

    Inter: tt-latin-noun » nıñ|ga|nı|da|dan

  • Category: Category:Tatar proper nouns -
    Category: Category:tt:Countries -

    Venetian

    Proper noun

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=vec
    Inter: head » vec|proper noun {{m}}
  • Canada

  • Category: Category:vec:Countries -
    Translation: ca » Canada
    Translation: cs » Canada
    Translation: da » Canada
    Translation: de » Canada
    Translation: et » Canada
    Translation: el » Canada
    Translation: es » Canada
    Translation: eo » Canada
    Translation: fa » Canada
    Translation: fr » Canada
    Translation: fy » Canada
    Translation: gl » Canada
    Translation: ko » Canada
    Translation: hi » Canada
    Translation: hr » Canada
    Translation: io » Canada
    Translation: id » Canada
    Translation: iu » Canada
    Translation: it » Canada
    Translation: kn » Canada
    Translation: kk » Canada
    Translation: sw » Canada
    Translation: ku » Canada
    Translation: la » Canada
    Translation: lb » Canada
    Translation: lt » Canada
    Translation: li » Canada
    Translation: hu » Canada
    Translation: mg » Canada
    Translation: nl » Canada
    Translation: ja » Canada
    Translation: no » Canada
    Translation: nn » Canada
    Translation: pl » Canada
    Translation: pt » Canada
    Translation: ro » Canada
    Translation: ru » Canada
    Category: simple:Canada -
    Translation: fi » Canada
    Translation: sv » Canada
    Translation: ta » Canada
    Translation: tt » Canada
    Translation: th » Canada
    Translation: tg » Canada
    Translation: tr » Canada
    Translation: uk » Canada
    Translation: zh » Canada

    Canadá at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » Canada|Canadà

    Asturian

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=ast

    Proper noun

    Inter: ast-proper noun » m
  • Canada

    Related terms

    * Inter: l » ast|canadiense

  • Category: Category:ast:Countries -

    Galician

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=gl

    Proper noun

    Inter: gl-proper noun » m
  • Canada

    Related terms

    * Inter: l » gl|canadense

  • Category: Category:gl:Countries -

    Portuguese

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=pt

    Proper noun

    Inter: pt-proper noun » m
  • Canada

    Related terms

    * Inter: l » pt|canadense
    • Inter: l » pt|canadiano


    Category: Category:pt:Countries -

    Spanish

    Inter: wikipedia » lang=es

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » [ ka.naˈða ]|lang=es
    • Inter: audio » Canadá.ogg|Audio
    • Inter: rhymes » a|lang=es

      Proper noun

      Inter: es-proper noun » m


  • Canada

    Related terms

    * canadiense

  • Category: Category:Spanish nouns with irregular gender -
    Category: Category:es:Countries -
    Category: ast:Canadá -
    Translation: el » Canadá
    Translation: es » Canadá
    Translation: eo » Canadá
    Translation: fr » Canadá
    Translation: fy » Canadá
    Translation: gl » Canadá
    Translation: ko » Canadá
    Translation: io » Canadá
    Translation: it » Canadá
    Translation: lt » Canadá
    Translation: li » Canadá
    Translation: hu » Canadá
    Translation: nl » Canadá
    Translation: ja » Canadá
    Translation: no » Canadá
    Translation: nn » Canadá
    Translation: pl » Canadá
    Translation: pt » Canadá
    Translation: ro » Canadá
    Translation: fi » Canadá
    Translation: sv » Canadá
    Translation: th » Canadá
    Translation: tr » Canadá
    Translation: vo » Canadá
    Translation: zh » Canadá

    Canadà at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » Canada|Canadá

    Catalan

    Proper noun

    Inter: ca-proper noun » m
  • Canada

    Derived terms

    * Inter: l » ca|canadenc

  • Category: Category:ca:Countries -

    Sicilian

    Proper noun

    Canadà {{m}}
  • Canada

  • Category: Category:Sicilian proper nouns -
    Category: Category:scn:Countries -
    Category: ast:Canadà -
    Translation: ca » Canadà
    Translation: es » Canadà
    Translation: fr » Canadà
    Translation: gl » Canadà
    Translation: ko » Canadà
    Translation: hr » Canadà
    Translation: io » Canadà
    Translation: lt » Canadà
    Translation: oc » Canadà
    Translation: pl » Canadà
    Translation: pt » Canadà
    Translation: ro » Canadà

    cañada at English (WD) Of Explained:

    ==English==

    Etymology

    Inter: etyl » es

    Noun

    Inter: en-nou » n
  • Inter: US » dialect A small canyon; a narrow valley or glen.

  • Spanish

    Etymology

    From the Latin canna

    Noun

    Inter: es-noun » f
  • ravine

  • Translation: an » cañada
    Translation: de » cañada
    Translation: ko » cañada
    Translation: fi » cañada
    Translation: zh » cañada