Ò-su-má-ka-kok

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1914 nî pán-tô͘.

Tāi Ò-su-má-ka-kok (大澳斯馬加國[1][2], Tek-gí: Österreich-Ungarn; Hông-gâ-lī-gí: Ausztria-Magyarország), he̍k-chiá kóng Ò-Hông Tè-kok (奧洪帝國) ia̍h-sī Ò-Hiong Tè-kok (奧匈帝國), sī Ò-tē-lī Tè-kok (奧地利帝國) tī 1867 nî hun-poah khoân-le̍k hō͘ Hông-gâ-lī Ông-kok (洪牙利王國) liáu-āu chiâⁿ sêng ê Tiong-au chèng-khoân, si̍t-hêng kun-chú li̍p-hiàn chè-tō͘. In pat sī hit-tong-sî sè-kài kiông-kok chi it, siōng-boé tī 1918 nî It-chhù Tài-chiàn liáu-āu kái-thé.

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. 小川尚義, pian. (1931). "大澳斯馬加國". 臺日大辭典. 
  2. John Macgowan (1883). "Austria". English and Chinese dictionary of the Amoy dialect.