How did Lithuania get its name?
Scientists aren't sure so far, but there are some theories. "Lietuva" reffer to:
- Litovnija - the land of seaside translated from (I don't know) language
- Litus - seaside
- Lietuva - lėtųjų kraštas - Lithuania is the land of slower ones
- Lietava - the river in Lithuania
- Lietis - join, unite
- Lietuva - there was a soldiery
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The local name, in Lithuanian is Lietuva. The official name of Lithuania is Lietuvos Respublika , or Republic of Lithuania in English.
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It originates from a Lithuanian word lietus (rain) so lietu va is named after rain because it rains quite alot in Lithuania
Village = kaimas ('kaimas).
Lithuanian mountains are quite low. According to the weblink below, where a list of named mountains can be found, they are all below 300m in height. The highest "hill" (rather… than mounatin) is Juozapines Kalnas, with an elevation of 294 metres.
No. I'm Lithuanian, and this doesn't sound like anything Lithuanian. Probably it's Polish. Or even from the middle Europe countries, such as Czech Republic, and Hungary.
In Lithuania the people feel like wired words when they say something because im from Lithuania and the Capital of Lithuania is Vilnus I know!
because if you say lithuania in lithuanian the first part sounds like rain and there is a lot of riain there sometimes in some seasons
Leituva is what the Lithuanians call their country.
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