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Provides adjective form of region or country name in user's preferred language. Used for regions and present or historical countries not covered by {{CountryAdjective}} template.


{{Nationality |1= |2= |3= |lang= }}

Template parameters

Parameter Description Default Status
1 Nationality. Can be: empty required
2 Gender. Possible values:
  • m or male – default option
  • f or female
  • n or neutralNeuter (or neutral) gender used in some languages like Polish
  • s – special case used in case of dual nationalities for ending of first nationality. Used in German, French, Polish, etc.
Languages not needing n or s options should default to m.
m required
3 This parameter tells the template whether to use the indefinite article (a/an) at the beginning or not (set to any non-empty value to add an article). empty optional
lang Language code (only needs to be provided if the language shall be fixed and independent from the user's preferences). empty optional

Additional information

The template is intended to be used in the following namespaces: all namespaces

The template is intended to be used by the following user groups: all users

See also


To add your language to the list of languages supported by this template, please edit the template and add a row to the "{{LangSwitch|}}" construct. It takes the form "|xx= Your translation " (xx being the code of your language)

Region names and historical nationalities

Sortable table
Nationality Output
arab Arab
alexandrian Alexandrian
australasian Australasian
austro–hungarian Austro-Hungarian
basque Basque
belarusan Belarusan
bohemian Bohemian
byzantine Byzantine
carniolan Carniolan
castilian Castillian
catalan Catalan
coptic Coptic
czechoslovak Czechoslovak
english English
flemish Flemish
frisian Frisian
illyrian Illyrian
inuit Inuit
javanese Javanese
jewish Jewish
korean Korean
lorrain Lorrainer
low german Low German
macedonian Macedonian
moravian Moravian
netherlandish Netherlandish
northern netherlandish Dutch
ottoman Ottoman
persian Persian
phoenician Phoenician
polynesian Polynesian
pontic Pontic
roman Roman
saxon Saxon
scottish Scottish
silesian Silesian
southern netherlandish Flemish
soviet Soviet
tatar Tatar
tibetan Tibetan
transylvanian saxon Transylvanian Saxon
venetian Venetian
walloon Walloon
uzbek Uzbekistani
welsh Welsh
yugoslavian Yugoslavian


Sortable table
Code Output Notes
{{Nationality|US|m}} American Short notation – English output
{{Nationality|French|female}} Французская Long notation – Russian output
{{Nationality|flemish|lang=nl}} Vlaamse Non-country name – Dutch output