Kok-ka

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Kok-ka, Eng-gí kóng state(su-tè-toh), sī siā-hōe ê chèng-tī cho͘-chit, he̍k-chiá sī chèng-tī thé-chè, nā khah e̍h ê ì-sù, sī kóng chèng-hú ê ki-koan. Kok-ka sī lâng kiat-siā chi̍t khoán, ū khí-chō tiat-sū kap an-choân ê bo̍k-tek; ēng hoat-lu̍t kap chip-hoat ê ki-koan chò chhiú-tōaⁿ; ū koán-ha̍t ê tē-lí pian-kài; koh ū i-ê chú-khoân.

Bí-kok, Ò-chiu, Nigeria(Ni-ge-li-a), Me̍k-hi-ko, Pa-se, ēng pún khài-liām piáu-sī in ē-té cho͘-sêng liân-pang ia̍h sī téng-bīn chi̍t 層 kok ê chèng-tī tan-ūi.

Koan-liân

  • Na-sióng (nation, bîn-cho̍k), khah tiōng jîn-kûn ê ì-sù.
  • Kok-tō͘ (country), khah tiōng tē-lí siōng chi̍t-ê tē-hng ê ì-sù.

Chham-chiàu