Adjectival Forms of Countries Ending with "-ese"

Enter adjectival forms of country which ended with "-ese"
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Answer
Beninese
Bhutanese
Burmese
Chinese
Congolese
Gabonese
Guyanese
Japanese
Lebanese
Malinese
Maltese
Marshallese
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Nepalese
Portuguese
Sammarinese
Senegalese
South Sudanese
Sudanese
Surinamese
Taiwanese
Timorese
Togolese
Vietnamese
5 Comments
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Level 52
Dec 15, 2014
and it's saNmarinese
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Level 47
Aug 11, 2018
No, it's saMmarinese.
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Level 37
Aug 7, 2018
Someone from Surinam is called a "Surinamer", not a Surinamese. I'm sure that at least some of the others are incorrect as well. You cannot just stick "ese" at the end of a nationality to suit your purpose.
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Level 47
Aug 11, 2018
Changed from "Demonyms" to "Adjectival Forms". This comes from my misunderstanding, not altering facts to suit my purpose as you accused. Sorry, but your last sentence triggered me.
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Level 53
Oct 17, 2023
Gilbertese?