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Due to Großgermania's geographic position in the center of Europe, there are many names of Großgermania in different languages. Historically, the names applied to Germany came from six distinct roots: Proto-Germanic *Þeudiskaz, meaning "of the people;" Latin Germania; from the names of the Alamanni, Saxon, and Nemetes tribes; and from the German word volk (people). Since the unification of Großgermania, efforts have been made by the Imperial Government of Großgermania to standardize the name of the country, styled from the Latin root Germania. No such efforts have been applied solely to Germany or any of the other regions of Großgermania.

Official Names Edit

There are twelve official names of Großgermania, one in German (its official language), one in each of its ten recognized regional languages, and one in English (for international use). The recognized regional languages are, in order of population of native speakers, Danish, Czech, French, Romansh, Italian, Polish, Russian, Letzeburgish, Spanish, and Prussian.

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The following are the official names of Großgermania:

  • Volksreich Großgermania (German)
  • Folksimperium Stor-Germanien (Danish)
  • Lidová Říše Velké Germánie (Czech)
  • Empire Populaire de Grande Germanie (French)
  • Pievel Imperi da Germania Prima (Romansh)
  • Impero Popolare di Maggiore Germania (Italian)
  • Ludowa Rzesza Wielka Germania (Polish)
  • Народно Рейх Великогермания (Russian)
  • Volleksräich Groussgermania (Letzeburgish)
  • Imperio Popular de Grande Germania (Spanish)
  • Zmūneirīki Debsmikskātauta (Prussian)
  • People's Empire of Greater Germania (English)

Other Names Edit

The following is a list of conventional long form names for Großgermania endorsed by the Imperial Government thereof:

  • Afrikaans: Volksryk van Groter Germanië
  • Albanian: Perandoria Popullore e Gjermaninë së Madhe
  • Arabic: الرايخ جيرمانيا الكبرى الشعبية (Al-Raīḫ Ǧīrmʾnyā al-Kubrā aš-Šaʿbiyyah)
  • Armenian: Րայխը Ժողովրդական մեծ Գերմանիա (Rayxy' Jhoghovrdakan mec' Germania)
  • Belarusian: Народная Райх Вялікі Германія (Narodnaja Rajch Vjaliki Hermanija)
  • Bulgarian: Народна Райх на Велика Германия (Narodna Rayh na Velika Germaniya)
  • Croatian: Narodna Reich Veliki Germania
  • Chinese: 日耳曼尼亚大人民帝国 (Dìguórì’ěrmànníyà Rénmín Dìguó)
  • Dutch: Volksrijk van Groot-Germanië
  • Estonian: Rahvariik Suurem Germania
  • Finnish: Kansanvaltakunta Suur-Germania
  • Georgian: სახალხო რაიხი დიდი გერმანია (Sakhalkho Raikhi Didi Germania)
  • Greek: Λαϊκή Αυτοκρατορία Μεγάλη Γερμανία (Laïkh Aytokratoría Megálh Germanía)
  • Hebrew: עממית הרייך רבתי גרמניה (Ammit Hareich Rabati Germania)
  • Hindi: पीपुल्स रैह के ग्रेटर जर्मेनिआ (Peepuls Raj ke Gretr Jrmenia)
  • Hungarian: Népbirodalom Nagy-Germania
  • Icelandic: Alþýðuríkið Stórgermanska
  • Japanese: 大ゲルマニア人民帝国 (Daigerumania Jinmin Teikoku)
  • Korean: 대게르마니아인민제국 (Daegereumania Inmin Jeguk)
  • Latvian: Lielāka Ģermānija Tautas Reihs
  • Lithuanian: Liaudies Reichas Didžiojo Germanai
  • Macedonian: Народна Царство Големогерманија (Narodna Carstvo Golemogermanija)
  • Norwegian: Folkeriket i Stor-Germania
  • Persian: خلق بزرگ ژرمنی رایش (Ḫalq Bzrg Zhremjỳ Reʾỳš)
  • Portuguese: Império Popular da Grande Germânia
  • Romanian: Imperiu Populară Marele Germaniei
  • Serbian: Народна Рајха Велике Германија (Narodna Rajha Velike Germanija)
  • Slovak: Ľudová Ríša Veľkogermánia
  • Swedish: Folkriket Storgermanien
  • Tamil: மக்கள் ரெய்க பெரிய செருமனி (Mkkḷ Reyka Peiry Cerumani)
  • Ukrainian: Народна Рейх Великого Германьиа (Narodna Rejch Velykoho Herman′ya)
  • Vietnamese: Nhân Đế quốc dân Hơn Germania
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