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Many people do not realize this, but each language has its own version of country names and nationalities. This is why when you’re traveling and you look at a world map in another language, you might not recognize country names or city names. So in today’s language lesson, you’re going to learn the names of countries and nationalities in Slovak and language names too from around the world.

Fair warning, the language lessons will include Slovak names for nationalities, languages, and countries for the more commonly heard or familiar terms. There are many examples that we have left out. It would be a lot to add all 195 countries and over 1,700 language terms, however, if you’d like to see a country, nationality, or language added to the list, please add a comment down below!

A Closer Look At Slovaks And Slovakia

Facts about Slovaks

Quick Facts

  • Slovakia is also known officially as the Slovak Republic. Some people even refer to it as the Slovak Socialist Republic, however that name went out of favor when the country joined the European Union (EU) in 2004.
  • Slovakia used to be a part of Czechoslovakia.
  • In the Slovak language, Slovakia is called slovensko.
  • A person from Slovakia in Slovak is called a Slovák (male), Slovenka (female).
  • The capital city of the Slovak Republic is Bratislava.
  • Formerly known as the Slovak Socialist Republic, the country used to be under communist rule. In 1989 that changed and modern-day Slovakia is a parliamentary republic and the Slovak government is led by a prime minister.
  • As the country is a part of the EU, they use the Euro.
  • Slovakia is also a member of NATO.

Geography

Geography of Slovakia
  • The Slovak Republic is divided into five parts: Western Slovakia, Eastern Slovakia, Central Slovakia, Northern Slovakia, and Southern Slovakia.
  • Slovakia is a land-locked nation. Its surrounding countries are Austria, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland, and the Czech Republic.
  • Slovakia is located in Central Europe.

Language

  • Slovak is spoken by over 85% of the population in the Slovak Republic. The remaining 15% is made up of a variety of languages.
  • The Czech and Slovak languages are closely related as they’re both Slavic languages and the Czech Republic and Slovakia used to be a part of a single nation called Czechoslovakia.

Now it’s time to dive into languages, country names and nationalities in Slovak.

Languages, Countries and Nationalities In Slovak

EnglishSlovakPronunciation
AfricaAfriky
AntarcticaAntarktída
AsiaÁzie
Australia/OceaniaAustrália / Oceánia
EuropeEurópe
North AmericaSeverná Amerika
South AmericaJužná Amerika

What Are The Continents Called In Slovak?

Continents in Slovak

English Slovak Pronunciation

What Are The Countries Called In Slovak?

Let’s see what the Slovaks call some of the more well-known countries.

North American Countries In Slovak

American Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
CanadaKanada
United States/AmericaSpojené štáty americké/Amerika
MexicoMexiko
GreenlandGrónsko

Caribbean Country Names In Slovak

Caribbbean Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
BahamasBahamy
CubaKuba
Dominican RepublicDominikánska republika
JamaicaJamajka

South American Country Names In Slovak

South American Countries in Slovak / countries and nationalities in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
ArgentinaArgentína
BoliviaBolívia
BrazilBrazília
ChileČile
ColombiaColumbia
EcuadorEkvádor
GuatemalaGuatemala
GuyanaGuyana
ParaguayParaguaj
PeruPeru
SurinameSurinam
UruguayUruguaj
VenezuelaVenezuela

African Countries In Slovak

African Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
EgyptEgypt
EthiopiaEtiópia
KenyaKeňa
MadagascarMadagaskar
MoroccoMaroko
MozambiqueMozambik
NigeriaNigéria
SomaliaSomálsko
South AfricaJužná Afrika
UgandaUganda

European Countries In Slovak

European Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
AustriaRakúsko
BelgiumBelgicko
BulgariaBulharsko
Czech RepublicČeská republika
EnglandAnglicko
FinlandFínsko
FranceFrancúzsko
GermanyNemecko
GreeceGrécko
HungaryMaďarsko
IrelandÍrsko
ItalyTaliansko
NetherlandsHolandsko
NorwayNórsko
PolandPoľsko
PortugalPortugalsko
RussiaRusko
SpainŠpanielsko
SwedenŠvédsko
SwitzerlandŠvajčiarsko
TurkeyTurecko
UkraineUkrajina
United KingdomVeľká Británia

Asian Countries In Slovak

Asian Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
AfghanistanAfganistan
CambodiaKambodža
ChinaČína
CyprusCyprus
GeorgiaGruzínsko
Hong KongHongkong
IndiaIndia
IndonesiaIndonézia
IranIrán
IraqIrak
IsraelIzrael
JapanJaponsko
JordanJordánsko
KazakhstanKazachstan
KuwaitKuvajt
KyrgyzstanKirgizsko
LaosLaos
LebanonLibanon
MacauMacao
MalaysiaMalajzia
Myanmar/BurmaMjanmarsko/Barma
NepalNepál
OmanOmán
PakistanPakistan
PhilippinesFilipíny
QatarKatar
Saudi ArabiaSaudská Arábia
SingaporeSingapur
South KoreaJužná Kórea
Sri LankaSrí Lanka
State of PalestinePalestínsky štát
SyriaSýria
TaiwanTaiwan
ThailandThajsko
TurkeyTurecko
United Arab EmiratesSpojené arabské emiráty
VietnamVietnam
YemenJemen

Oceania Countries In Slovak

Oceania Countries in Slovak
EnglishSlovakPronunciation
AustraliaAustrália
FijiFidži
Marshall IslandsMarshallove ostrovy
New ZealandNový Zéland
Papua New GuineaPapua-Nová Guinea
SamoaSamoa
Solomon IslandsŠalamúnove ostrovy
TongaTonga
VanuatuVanuatu

What Are The Names Of Nationalities In Slovak?

nationalities in Slovak

In the Slovak language, there are distinctions made between men or women. This means there are separate terms used when speaking about the nationality of a male or female. See our list to see what we mean!

NationalityDescribe A Male In SlovakPronunciationDescribe A Female In SlovakPronunciation
AlbanianAlbánec Albánka
AustrianRakúšan Rakúšanka
BelgiumBelgičan Belgičanka
BulgarianBulhar Bulharka
ChineseČíňan Číňanka
CroatianChorvát Chorvátka
CzechČech Češka
DanesDán Dánka
DutchHolanďan Holanďanka
EnglishAngličan Angličanka
FinnishFín Fínka
FrenchFrancúz Francúzka
GermanNemec Nemka
GreekGrék Grékyňa
HungarianMaďar Maďarka
IrishÍr Írka
ItalianTalian Talianka
JapaneseJaponec Japonka
LatvianLotyš Lotyška
MacedonianMacedónec Macedónka
nLitovčan Litovčanka
NorwegianNór Nórka
PolishPoliak Poľka
PortuguesePortugalec Portugalka
RussianRus Ruska
SerbianSrb Srbka
SlovakSlovák Slovenka
SlovenianSlovinec Slovinka
SpanishŠpaniel Španielka
SwedishŠvéd Švédka
SwissŠvajčiar Švajčiarka
TurkishTurek Turkyňa
UkrainianUkrajinec Ukrajinka

What Are Languages Called In Slovak?

Languages in Slovak

Of course with each country and nationality comes a unique language. So how do you say your language in Slovak?

LanguageSlovakPronunciation
Albanianalbánčina
Austrianrakúšan
Bulgarianbulharčina
Chinesečínština
Croatianchorvátčina
Czechčeština
Danishdánčina
Dutchholandčina
Englishangličtina
Finnishfínčina
Frenchfrancúzština
Germannemčina
Greekgréčtina
Hungarianmaďarčina
Irishírčina
Italiantaliančina
Japanesejapončina
Latvianlotyština
Lithuanianlitovčina
Macedonianmacedónčina
Norwegiannórčina
Polishpoľština
Portugueseportugalčina
Russianruština
Serbiansrbčina
Slovenianslovinčina
Spanishšpanielčina
Swedishšvédčina
Turkishturečtina
Ukrainianukrajinčina

Ways To Discuss Nationalities In Slovak

Talk about countries and nationalities in Slovak

How To Ask ‘Where Are You From?’ In Slovak

Where are you from?

  • Odkiaľ si? (Asking a male) 
  • Odkiaľ ste? (Asking a female)

Where do you come from?

  • Odkiaľ pochádzaš? (Asking a male) 
  • Odkiaľ pochádzate? (Asking a female)

What is your country of origin?

  • Aká je tvoja krajina pôvodu? (Asking a male)  
  • Aká je vaša krajina pôvodu? (Asking a female)

How To Respond To ‘Where Are You From?’ In Slovak

  • I am from (insert country) Som z…
  • I come from (insert country) Pochádzam z…
  • My country of origin is (insert country) Moja krajina pôvodu je…
  • I live in (insert country) Žijem v….

Ways To Discuss Languages Spoken In Slovak

Discuss countries and nationalities in Slovak

How To Ask ‘What Languages Do You Speak?’ In Slovak

  • What languages do you speak? Akými jazykmi hovoríš?
  • How many languages do you speak? Koľkými jazykmi hovoríš?

How To Respond To ‘What Languages Do You Speak?’ In Slovak

  • I speak (insert language) Hovorím…
  • I speak (insert number) languages Hovorím… jazykmi

Other Country And Nationality Slovak Vocabulary:

  • Native rodnýa
  • Language jazyka
  • Country krajinaa
  • Nationality národnosťa

Ready For More Slovak Language Lessons?!

You’re well on your way to start learning countries and nationalities in Slovak. Are you ready to learn more? Why don’t we start with some basic must know words as phrases and how to greet people in Slovak. If you’re more advanced than that, or a beginner too, we suggest continuing your learning journey with Ling App.

Why Choose Ling App?

Ling App is a really popular language app with over 10 million downloads and is an all-encompassing tool to help you learn the Slovak language. While some say that Slovak is the most difficult language in the world to learn, we know that even the most challenging languages can be made fun to learn.

Ling has fun quizzes, flashcards, and a pretty awesome mascot who will keep you accountable to your learning progress.

Also, if you found the pronunciation of countries and nationalities in Slovak challenging, not to worry! Our AI system has used native Slovak speakers to record all conversations and listening comprehension tasks. This will ensure that you can tune your ear to Slovak and learn to sound like a native speaker quickly.

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Not only that but you’ll learn writing by tracing over letters and words right on your phone. There will also be lessons with interactive quizzes presented to you and flashcards lessons.

Download Ling today and start speaking confidently in Slovak!

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