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How to say Germany In Japanese?

Katakana
ドむツ
Pronunciation: Doitsu
How to Say It Outloud: Doy-tsu
Usage: Refer to the country Germany
Example Sentence Japanese:η§γ―γƒ‰γ‚€γƒ„γ«ζ—…θ‘Œγ—γŸγ„γ§γ™γ€‚
Example Sentence English:I want to travel to Germany.

Dictionary

独逸ドむツCommon word
Noun
  • Germany
独どくCommon word
Noun
  • Germany
独国どくこく
Noun
  • Germany
θ₯Ώγƒ‰γ‚€γƒ„にしドむツCommon word
Noun
  • West Germany (1949-1990); Federal Republic of Germany
Place
  • Nishidoitsu
Wikipedia definition
  • West Germany
ドむチγƒ₯γƒ©γƒ³γƒˆγƒ‰γ‚€γƒγƒ₯γƒ©γƒ³γƒˆ
Noun
  • Germany
Place
  • Deutschland
γ‚Έγƒ£γƒΌγƒžγƒ‹γƒΌγ‚Έγƒ£γƒΌγƒžγƒ‹γƒΌ
Noun
  • Germany
εœ¨η‹¬γ–γ„γ©γ
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • being in Germany; staying in Germany; residing in Germany
θ₯Ώη‹¬γ›γ„どくCommon word
Noun
  • West Germany (1949-1990)
Place
  • Seidoku
駐独けゅうどく
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • stationed in Germany; resident in Germany
東独とうどくCommon word
Noun
  • East Germany (1949-1990)
Place
  • Toudoku
η‹¬θ‹±γ©γγˆγ„
Noun
  • Germany and the United Kingdom; German-British; German-English
独仏どくち぀
Noun
  • Germany and France; German-French
ζ—₯η‹¬δΌŠγ«γ‘γ©γγ„
Noun
  • Japan, Germany and Italy
渑独とどく
Noun
Suru verb
  • going to Germany
ζ—₯独にけどく
Noun
  • Japan and Germany; Japanese-German
米独べいどく
Noun
  • America and Germany; American-German
仏独ち぀どく
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • France and Germany; Franco-German
θ‹±η‹¬γˆγ„γ©γ
Noun
  • United Kingdom and Germany; British-German; Anglo-German; English-German
θ‹±δ»η‹¬γˆγ„γ΅γ€γ©γ
Noun
  • Britain, France and Germany
第三帝国だいさんていこく
Noun
  • the Third Reich; Nazi Germany

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