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English

Etymology

From Old English Engla land (land of the Angles), from genitive plural of engle (Angle) + land (land).

Pronunciation

Proper noun

Singular
England

Plural
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England

  1. The southern part of the island of Great Britain, now specified geopolitically as one of the constituent countries of the United Kingdom.

Usage notes

  • Outside the United Kingdom, and even in England itself, the term “England” is often misused as a synonym for the United Kingdom as a whole.
  • Much of British legislation is limited to England and Wales as a unit, and the English-speaking parts of Wales are almost indistinguishable from England.
  • Cornwall is the only part of England to have its own language, and is considered by a small minority of its inhabitants to be separate from England.

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Pronunciation

Proper noun

England n. [[Category:Template:lang:de proper nouns|England]]

  1. England

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Declension of England
(singular) (plural)
(indefinite) (definite) (indefinite) (definite)
nominative England - - -
accusative England - - -
dative Englandi - - -
genitive Englands - - -
Other words with the same declension

Proper noun

England n. [[Category:Template:lang:is proper nouns|England]]

  1. England

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Noun

England

  1. England

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