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Plural Countries

Name all of the countries of the world whose names are plural.
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First submittedJuly 25, 2012
Last updatedJuly 25, 2012
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Continent
Plural Country
Asia
Maldives
Asia
Philippines
Asia
United Arab Emirates
Europe
Netherlands
Africa
Comoros
Africa
Seychelles
North America
Bahamas
North America
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
North America
United States of America
Oceania
Federated States of Micronesia
Oceania
Marshall Islands
Oceania
Solomon Islands
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level 29
Apr 28, 2012
What about the Netherlands?
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level 65
Apr 28, 2012
That'll be an answer now.
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level 51
Apr 30, 2012
You should accept "phillipines" and "philipines".
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level 65
Apr 30, 2012
Alright, both of those will be acceptable answers now.
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level 45
May 4, 2012
You missed the Comoros islands
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level 65
May 4, 2012
That'll be an answer now.
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level 70
May 6, 2012
Barbados is not one.
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level 65
May 6, 2012
Okay. I'll delete it.
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level 66
May 28, 2012
Gah! USA is a trick question. ;) Luckily I realized it with a few seconds left. But I missed the Maldives.
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level 32
Jun 19, 2012
what about the Cape Verde islands?
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level 65
Jun 19, 2012
I looked it up and the official name of the country is the Republic of Cape Verde, so technically the islands wouldn't be included in the name, making it not plural.
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level 66
Oct 11, 2012
Mexico missing, too (Estados Unidos Mexicanos).
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level 32
Jun 6, 2013
I live in the United States, and I missed USA...... But i got Maldives, Micronesia, United Arab Emirates....
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level 60
May 21, 2014
What about Honduras? Barbados?
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level 73
May 23, 2014
-Barbados comes from either Portuguese or Spainsh, and means "the bearded ones", so it's a plural. -Honduras has two possible meanings: the depths or the anchorages; both are plural, so it can count as plural too. Come on, you have Seychelles on the list, that comes from Jean Moreau de S├ęchelles (technically is not a plural). (For those saying about Mauritius, it's named after Maurice van Nassau. Mauritius is the latin form of Maurice).
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level 7
Aug 11, 2014
Indonesia is also plural it means Indian Islands just like Micronesia which means Small Islands and Polynesia , Many Islands
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level 56
Dec 7, 2014
What about Honduras?
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level 23
Feb 16, 2015
Cayman Islands aren't a country in their own right
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level 44
Jun 16, 2015
How about Laos?
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level 69
Dec 7, 2016
Good one :) 100 %