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Island Countries A-Z

For each letter A-Z, name the island country described.
Island countries may be modern-day, former, or fictional. It will be explicitly stated if they are fictional.
Quiz by Dollyfroggy
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Last updated: September 22, 2023
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First submittedSeptember 22, 2023
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Clue
Country
A
Their name is Spanish for "Ancient and Bearded"
Antigua and Barbuda
B
Has the 6th highest crude oil production per capita *
Bahrain
C
Contains the westernmost point in Africa
Cape Verde
D
Contains another modern country name
Dominican Republic
E
Gained independence in 2002
East Timor
F
Their largest island is Viti Levu
Fiji
G
Not to be confused with a Spanish city of a similar name
Grenada
H
Included islands Oahu and Maui
Hawaii
I
Its primary language uses the thorn (Þ, þ)
Iceland
J
One party in the Liancourt Rocks dispute
Japan
K
Only modern country in all four hemispheres
*excluding overseas dependencies, territories, etc
Kiribati
Clue
Country
L
The fictional island country accompanying Blefuscu
Lilliput
M
Largest African island
Madagascar
N
Consists of North Island and South Island
New Zealand
O
Alternative name for Rapa Iti
Oparo
P
Has the same vowel alternating *
Palau
R
Name of Easter Island in their native language
Rapa Nui
S
Island country with the most words
*using standard JetPunk name
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
T
Their capital is Port-of-Spain
Trinidad and Tobago
U
Most-guessed island country
*on Countries of the World Quiz
United Kingdom
V
Formerly New Hebrides
Vanuatu
W
Replaced the Sultanate of Bone as the hegemon of South Sulawesi
Wajoq
Y
Fictional island country in the comic strip Chew
Yamapalu
Z
Part of modern-day Tanzania
Zanzibar
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