Countries With an "Ese" Demonym

A person from the Netherlands is Dutch. Someone from Sweden is Swedish. Which countries have people who are something "ese"?
One of these countries also uses an "i" demonym
Source: Wikipedia
Quiz by exotic
Rate:
Last updated: June 10, 2020
First submittedMay 28, 2013
Times taken13,505
Rating4.84
5:00
Enter answer here
0
 / 23 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Africa
Benin (Beninese)
D.R. Congo (Congolese)
Gabon (Gabonese)
Rep. of the Congo (Congolese)
Senegal (Senegalese)
South Sudan (South Sudanese)
Sudan (Sudanese)
Togo (Togolese)
Asia
Bhutan (Bhutanese)
China (Chinese)
East Timor (East Timorese)
Japan (Japanese)
Lebanon (Lebanese)
Myanmar (Burmese)
Nepal (Nepalese)
Taiwan (Taiwanese)
Vietnam (Vietnamese)
Europe
Malta (Maltese)
Portugal (Portuguese)
San Marino (Sammarinese)
 
Oceania
Kiribati (Gilbertese / I-Kiribati )
Marshall Islands (Marshallese)
 
South America
Guyana (Guyanese)
Suriname (Surinamese)
+5
Level 60
May 30, 2013
Great quiz
+16
Level 77
Jun 10, 2020
Timor is in Asia, at least on JetPunk.
+4
Level ∞
Jun 10, 2020
Fixed.
+3
Level 73
Jun 10, 2020
I am not sure how these are arranged within each continent, but alphabetically would be nice. Otherwise, nice quiz!
+1
Level ∞
Jun 10, 2020
Was there like one out of order or something?
+4
Level 71
Jun 10, 2020
There are in the correct alphabetical order by country. That user is probably suggesting them being in order by denonym, making Congolese and Burmese in the wrong spot.
+3
Level 83
Jun 10, 2020
Imagine my surprise at discovering that the people of Kiribati are not called Gilbertese (per JetPunk)! I think that's the proper English demonym (as opposed to I-Kiribati in the local language, which is ... Gilbertese!).
+1
Level 83
Jun 11, 2020
Chinese is not accepted.
+1
Level ∞
Jun 11, 2020
Fixed
+2
Level 73
Jun 11, 2020
I know it's about countries, but I thought Indonesia - Balinese, Javanese.
+2
Level 39
Jun 11, 2020
I needed more time :-(
+3
Level 66
Jun 11, 2020
Gilbertese for Kiribati?
+1
Level 70
Jun 12, 2020
Yes, I believe Kiribati should be an answer as well.
+2
Level 70
Jun 11, 2020
It took an embarrassing amount of time for me to figure out that the title wasn't talking about the Spanish slang term "ese."
+1
Level 79
Jun 12, 2020
Which, funny enough, won't mean anything outside California. Just saying...
+2
Level 36
Jun 12, 2020
i didnt know people from san marino were called sammarinese but i guess you learn something new every day lol
+1
Level 61
Jun 14, 2020
Guess I'm making up tongolese
+3
Level 56
Jun 15, 2020
How about one for deimonym "ian" of countries? Iranian, Belgian, Canadian, Peruvian... it could potentially be quite hard!
+2
Level 73
Jun 16, 2020
In addition to the interesting ones you mentioned that somewhat unexpectedly add "ian" suffix though, there would be a good number of less interesting countries whose name ends in "ia" already in such a list.
+1
Level 45
Jun 17, 2020
Its not wrong but beninese sound a little weird to me.
+1
Level 53
Jun 17, 2020
I tried Sri Lanka for Sinhalese, but it didn't work. After, I looked up Sinhalese and it turns out they're a group of people in Sri Lanka, but not the entire population. The more you know!
+1
Level 37
Jun 17, 2020
Cool quiz, I only missed East Timor and just squeezed in Myanmar at the last second, having been stuck on the last two for ages. Feeling quite pleased I knew San Marino though!
+1
Level 69
Jun 19, 2020
This is the first time "DRC" wasnt accepted for D.R. Congo. Maybe consider allowing it here?
+1
Level ∞
Jun 19, 2020
Fixed