Country Name Etymology: Now with extra clue!

We describe the origin of the country name. You guess the country.
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_country-name_etymologies
I added the geographical clue, because the earlier version of the quiz seemed too hard. The average number of correct answers there was 3 out of 20. I added an extra minute to the time. I hope it'll be easier now.
ONE MORE UPDATE - You don't have to put the answer in the corresponding box anymore. I realize this would help to get more results with simply guessing, but this doesn't bother me since the current average is 5.
The position of the continents is taken from the "Countries of the world" quiz.
Quiz by MayaB
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Last updated: December 5, 2014
First submittedJune 11, 2014
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Continent
Etymology
Answer
Europe
Turkic for "Alliance of the ten tribes"
Hungary
Africa
"Lake" in the local language
Chad
Asia
"Home of the Free", from a combination of Turkic, Sogdian and Persian words
Uzbekistan
Africa
Derived from the words for "water" and "shore" in the local language.
Togo
South America
Named after the Latin word for "silver"
Argentina
Asia
"The Two Seas" in Arabic
Bahrain
Africa
"Land of Honest Men"
Burkina Faso
North America
"Mountainous land" in the language Taino
Haiti
Oceania
"Eight Islands" or "Eight standing with each other" in the local language
Tuvalu
North America
"Land of wood and water" or "Land of springs" in Taino
Jamaica
Continent
Etymology
Answer
Asia
"Land of the Pure" in Persian and Urdu
Pakistan
North America
"The Shallows" in Spanish
Bahamas
Europe
Celtic for "small" + Germanic for "castle"
Luxembourg
Asia
Combination between East-Turkic and Persian meaning "Land of Forty Tribes"
Kyrgyzstan
Africa
The word "hippopotamus" in Malinké and Bamana
Mali
North America
"Sunday Island" in Latin
Dominica
Africa
Named after the finance minister to King Louis XV of France
Seychelles
Europe
"The fertile place" in Proto-Celtic
Ireland
North America
First word: "Ancient" in Spanish, named after an icon in the Seville Cathedral; Second word: "Bearded" in Spanish
Antigua and Barbuda
Africa
Named after a son of Hephaestus
Ethiopia
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Level 75
Nov 6, 2014
Brilliant quiz! Totally fiendish though, and I'm relieved I only discovered this quiz after you added the continent
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Level 71
Dec 5, 2014
Thank you for the feedback! :) I changed the quiz a bit. Now you don't have to put the answers in the corresponding box. I hope that this will help a bit. :)
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Level 62
Jan 28, 2015
Just clicked in Give Up to know all the interesting anwser lol
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Level 55
Aug 7, 2016
I love this quiz. I never would have guessed that “Land of Forty Tribes” meant Kyrgystan, or that Mali actually means hippopotamus.