Rihi-kun/Stein-kun Edit Two nicknames for the genderswapped Liechtenstein.
6 Items ( show 1 - 5 ) 1 2 1: Jun : 2016/09/07 23:30:00, report this, did not know the first Chinese vocaloid was this pretty.
Chibibun, edit name used for the child version.
The Original Thirteen Edit A term used to describe the first Thirteen states.Denmark Edit Anko Edit A nickname for Denmark.Frukus/Blond Trio (France, England, America A newer term for the threesome of France, England and America; comically enough, it is pronounced exactly as it looks, similar to the word "fracas".Noru(-kun) Edit Another nickname used for Norway by fans from the short version of Norway ( Noruweii ) and adding -kun.Bella Edit A nickname (and alternatively a human name) used for the character of Belgium.The WorldxEngland (Everyone/England) You'll most likely find that literally all the nations in the world have been at some point paired with England.But tachi used it to joke about finishing up alone in the description, because of course he would.So its like Yay, lets go exploring!(Tanken) can mean exploration or dagger, but is unquestionably dagger.Denmark - Denmaaku - Denmaakun - Maakun, or Mark-kun England Edit Iggy Edit A nickname for England, first coined in the Japanese fandom from the Japanese word for the UK, Igirisu.Lovina Edit The name used for the female version of Romano, who appeared in two official sketches.Frying Pangle (Austria, Hungary, and Prussia A term used to describe a love triangle or simple grouping of these three.
North Italy is sometimes lunar silver star psp iso substituted for Austria.
The latter is a pun on the kanji for Germany (doku) as well as a pun on the term bokuko (a girl that speaks and acts like a boy).Sometimes Finland may also refer to Norway by that name.Nordic Pairings/Groupings Edit DenNor/NorDen (Denmark/Norway) DenIce (Denmark/Iceland) NorIce (Norway/Iceland Onii-chan Shock is also used to refer to it by in Japanese fandom.Report this, she is absolutely world chess championship match 2013 round 9 gorgeous, I am getting her.Unlike most of the others, the second part of the name derives from oyabun, or "boss".SuFin (Sweden/Finland Some say for this pairing to be cannon, and Himaruya seems to be hinting at that.So you get "Morning Chrysanthemum." joker or ukus/ usuk (England/America or America/England or, often noted as UK/US or US/UK The first comes from the the first syllables of their human surnames, "Jones" (for "jo and "Kirkland" (for "ker.
Maybe I could have made it Magey or something.