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Algeria. Name derived from the name of the city of Algiers (via French and Catalan Aldjère), from the Arabic word "الجزائر" (al-ǧazāʼir), meaning the islands,
Australia. Originally from Latin 'australis' which mean southern, the word come from terra australis incognita – "unknown southern land" (1814)
Austria. First recorded use 1147. Latinized from German Österreich. This word was recorded as Ostarrîchi in 996 and as Osterrîche in 998. Translated from Latin marchia Orientalis (eastern borderlands) into the local dialect at that time.
Belarus. The name "Belarus" corresponds literally with the term "White Ruthenia" (White Rus'). There are several claims to where the origin of the name "White Rus'" came from
The exact original meaning conveyed by the term "Bela" or 'White' remains uncertain. However, the word "Bela" may have originated from Sanskrit where "Bala" does mean "morning" or "white". In fact the word "bela" in Hindi itself means morning/ morning light.
Britain. From Pretani, "painted ones"; perhaps a reference to the use of body-paint and tattoos by early inhabitants of the islands; may also derive from the Celtic goddess Brigid. The form 'Britain' (see also Welsh Prydain) derives from Latin 'Britannia', probably via French.
Zimbawe. Alteration of Shona Dzimba-dze-mabwe, translated as "Houses of stones" (dzimba = plural of imba, "house"; mabwe = plural of bwe, "stone"), referring to the stone-built walls of the ancient trading empire of Zimbawe