Estonia

The Republic of Estonia is a North European neighbor of the Russian Federation. But its unusual language is related more closely to Finnish. Typical contributions include questions about the country's Ice Age settlement sites; Iron Age artifacts; multilingual, educated population; and pioneering political economy of balanced budgets, e-government, debt free programming, and free trade.

Asked in Travel & Places, Estonia

Does Estonia have a queen or king or a president?

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Well, Estonia doesn't have a king or a queen, but it sure does have a president? ;)
Asked in Estonia, Nicknames

What is Estonia's nickname?

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Maarjamaa Virumaa
Asked in World War 2, Citizenship and Marriage, US in WW2, Estonia

If a man from Estonia became a US citizen during the cold war could his children left in Estonia be American citizens?

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In my experience, it would depend on how much US residency the man has and what date he became a US citizen. Children of US citizens are eligible to derive citizenship from their US citizen parents (jus sanguinis), but the citizen parent must meet age and residency requirements.
Asked in Translations, Estonia

How do you say sweet in Estonian?

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It depends, if you want to use "sweet" as "cute", it is "armas" but if you want to use "sweet" as a type of flavour, it´s "magus".
Asked in Countries, States, and Cities, Estonia

What is the capital of Estonia?

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Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia. Tallinn is the capital and largest city of Estonia.
Asked in Estonia, Russia

What is The last Russian troops leave Estonia?

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The last Russian troops left Estonia on 31 August 1994.
Asked in Estonia

How do you say sincerely in Estonian?

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puhtast südamest, siiralt, avameelselt, puhtsüdamlikult
Asked in Estonia

Where is Estonia?

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Eastern Europe: south of Finland, west of Russia, and north of Latvia.
Asked in World War 2, Estonia, Population, FIFA World Cup

Who did Estonia support in World War 2?

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Estonia was part of the soviet union during WW2, therefore Estonia supported allied side. Answer Unfortunately author of the previous answer maybe unintentionally provided with misleading information. During WW2 Estonia support Nazi Germany and fight side by side. Including policing occupied territories and provided solders for their SS forces Currently Estonian authorities spare no pains to heroize SS veterans and honorably rebury bones of Nazi officers and nationalists who took part in annihilation of European Jews! That's weird because all these actions are financed from state budget. See additional information Estonia in WW2 link below. Estonian military units 1941-1944. http://www.answers.com/topic/estonia-in-world-war-ii
Asked in Estonia

Is Estonia mountainous?

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No, not really. Highest mountain is Munamägi, 318 meters.
Asked in Translations, Estonia

What does 'Gaid at laager' mean in Estonian?

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i am fairly certain this means at girls guide camp or at girls scout camp
Asked in Travel & Places, Estonia

Is Estonia a beautiful but very poor country?

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Estonia is beautiul and it's not very poor country. I could say that Estonia is average:) Estonia is beautiul and it's not very poor country. I could say that Estonia is average:)
Asked in Estonia, Hindi Language and Culture

What does gandi bachi mean?

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Gandi bachi is an hindi phrase. Gandi in Hindi Language means bad . And bachi in Hindi Language means Girl . That is it means bad girl.
Asked in Estonia, World Currencies

Does Estonia use Euro?

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Yes. It started to use it on the 1st of January 2011.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Estonia

What languages are spoken in Estonia?

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Estonian is the general language spoken in Estonia, followed by Russian, Ukrainian Belarusian and Finn. Most people in Estonia speak Estonian, a Finno-Ugric language closely related to Finnish but also to Hungarian and some other languages from interior Russia such as Cheremiss. There is a significant minority (left over from Soviet days) who speak Russian, and a scattering of other languages. A number also speak English (and other tongues) as second languages, like most countries in Europe. Most older Estonians speak two languages- Estonian and Russian. Southern Estonians speak Estonian, English, German (less), Russian (less) Northern Estonians speak Estonian, Russian, English, Finnish, German (less) Almost everyone speaks also a language that isn't Estonian or Russian. Most college students speak English quite fluently. Citizens of Estonia speak Estonian, which is a Uralic language, under Finno-Ugric branch that is very resemblant of Finnish. About 1.1 million people in Estonia speak this language, and over thirty thousand in various other places of the world speak this tongue. the Estonian people have their own dialect and they all speak Russian People in Estonia speak Estonian, a language closely related to Finnish. Estonian Estonian (67.3%), Russian (29.7%), and others. Estonia ____________________________________ Estonia has its own language, Estonian. Here are some simple Estonian words: Tere: Hello Head aega: goodbye Armastus: love Wiki Vastused on nii lahe: Wiki Answers is so cool! -Twilight- __________________________________________ Estonian is the language of Estonia. It is in the Finnic branch or the Uralic family of languages. Estonian. Estonian but also Russian Estonian duhhh haha Estonia probably isnt a real place The national language of Estonia is Estonian. The Estonian language is a Uralic language that sounds very much like Finnish. Still, though Estonian is by far the most prevalent and widely-spoken language, Russian is still spoken by some of the older generation who lived in Estonia while it was part of the Soviet Union. estonian Estonian The main language spoken is obviously Estonian, and Russian is spoken by a quarter of the population. 3% also speak Ukrainian, 2% speak Belarusian and a small number are Hebrew speakers. Estonian is very closely related to Finnish.
Asked in Citizenship and Marriage, Immigration, Estonia, Passport Requirements

What documents would you need to travel from the US to Estonia and marry a citizen there?

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You would probably need your birth certificate, anything you would need to get a passport on an airplane, um, maybe a copy of your drivers licsence>> i don't really know but there are some things that i think you would need... :)

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