There is a special name for every country on the globe. There are both long and short names on the list. Some countries’ names consist of two separate words. Some, like the ones on these lists, are missing individual letters. For this purpose, the letter a will do.
Numerous nations have names that begin with a (such as America, Canada, and China). Only 33 countries in the globe don’t use this letter anywhere in their title.
Some of the official names of the nations on this list may include the letter a, although their more popular names do not. A good example is the absence of this letter in the name Egypt yet its presence in the name of the Arab Republic of Egypt.
Several nations with four-letter names omit the letter a, including Fiji, Niue, Peru, and Togo. Benin, Egypt, Niger, and Yemen are just a few of the five-letter nations that omit the letter a in their names.
There are twelve nations in Africa without the letter a, the most of any continent. Benin, Burundi, Comors, Congo, Côte d’Ivoire, Djibouti, Egypt, Lesotho, Morocco, Niger, Seychelles, and Togo are among those nations.
There are eleven European countries without the letter a in their names. It includes the United Kingdom, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Greece, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Montenegro, Sweden, Turkey, and the United States of America.
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Only four nations in the Americas do not have the first letter of the alphabet in their name. Belize, Chile, Mexico, and Peru are those countries. As for Asia, just four countries are missing that letter.
Brunei, Cyprus, Timor-Leste, and Yemen are these countries. Finally, just one nation in Oceania does not begin with the letter A. That’s the island nation of Fiji, situated not far from New Zealand.
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